Rent to Own Homes near Olympia, WA

  • Great time to rent to own in Olympia! The median number of days on the market is currently 102. Homes in West Olympia and Eastside offer easy commuting and attractive choices in floor plans and neighborhood amenities.

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10 Reasons to Live in Olympia, Washington

  • Pick your favorite neighborhood! Although the number of houses for sale was increasing in 2013, sales are expected to fall in the second quarter of 2014. It's best to look rent to own homes in areas like Johnson Pointe and Bigelow Highlands before the market squeezes you out.
  • Great vacancy rate! 6.99% gives you plenty of time to shop around before making a final decision. Make your decision over a cup of coffee at Batdorf & Bronson Coffee Roasters or Caffe Vita.
  • Affordable areas for rent to own houses! Homes for sale in Olympia are on average 11% lower than in Tacoma, and 21% lower than Seattle, making Olympia a great place to live!
  • Practice your swing on the green! Seven regional golf courses give you a daily choice of venue in which to golf at any time of the week. Venues include the Airport Golf Center, Capitol City Golf Club and Delphi Golf Course.
  • Head to the theater! There are lots! Take in a play at the Capitol Playhouse, or a classical music performance at the Olympia Symphony Orchestra. And don't miss the acclaimed Washington Center for the Performing Arts and the newly renovated State Theater.
  • Learn about technology! The Water Education and Technology (WET) Center is a great destination for learning about today's amazing technology breakthroughs. After a day of hands-on fun, nosh on some mac n' cheese at Ramblin Jack's.
  • Head to the slopes! Washington living isn't complete without a trip to at least one of its famous ski resorts. Whether your love is skiing and snowboarding in the winter, or mountain biking and hiking in the summer, Washington doesn't disappoint. White Pass is famous for its Alpine skiing, while Mount Tahoma draws in the avid fans.
  • Find your park! Enjoy the beach and the trails at Olympia's Point Priest Park or at the 105-acre Tolmie State Park near Gig Harbor for a little wildlife watching, hiking or cycling. Not to mention, Mount Rainier National Park, which is nearby.
  • Sample the local wines! A visit to the Olympia Wine Tasting Bar is a relaxing way to learn about local wines. The Dockside Bistro and Wine Bar is a great stop during lunch.