Rent to Own Homes near Richmond, VA

Top 6 Reasons to Live in Richmond, IN

  • Richmond is a small, historic city, loaded with culture -- from the displays at Wayne County Historical Museum to the exhibitions at Richmond Art Museum. There's even an Egyptian mummy at the Joseph Moore Museum. Richmond Civic Theater and other unique attractions make this a special place. Just over 36,000 people live here and know this already, so join them and discover the city as well.

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  • Great home values! Finding a place to live in Richmond is easier than in a lot of other towns. The average listing price in late 2014 was $94,726, down slightly from the year before. That's a price that makes rent to own houses very appealing. Look for older homes near Downtown. Search for new homes by South Round Barn Road.
  • Indiana Football Hall of Fame! Gridiron fans can revel in the accomplishments of players in and from Indiana who have played great at every level from high school through the NFL. After visiting the hall, enjoy your favorite cocktail at nearby Smiley's Pub.
  • Incredible restaurants! For a meal that will delight, sample the classic cuisine at Galo's Italian Grill on Garwood Road. When your tastes lean toward bistro style, don't miss Ghyslain on North 10th Street. For truly good pizza, visit Clara's Pizza King on Northwest 5th Street.
  • Depot District! This part of Richmond has seen a lot of development but still retains its historical roots. Here you will find unique furniture and antique shops, distinct architecture, and fun festivals. While down in this district, try out Little Sheba's for a great deli sandwich. Consider rent to own opportunities near Richmond Furniture Gallery on Fort Wayne Avenue to be near it all.
  • Affordable rents! The typical monthly lease here is below both the Indiana and national averages. That's good news for anyone looking at rent to own homes. The lower money required each month means you can get more house for the dollar. Peaceful neighborhood parks like Clear Creek Park and Glen Miller Park make the enticement all the better.
  • Model T Ford Museum! Described as a must-see for automobile fans, this place is loaded with immaculate restored models and originals in their non-preserved state. There's a lot more than Model Ts; you will also find tractors, trucks, and other cars. After touring, head over to Main Street Bar & Grill for some tempting pub grub.