To research farm homes for rent, go to LandAndFarm.com and enter your search criteria to get results that match. Determine what you can pay per month, what you need in your home, whether you need to commute, and whether you are eligible for the rental, FrontDoor suggests.
Before you search for a farm home, decide on your monthly rental budget. Cheat Sheet suggests spending no more than 30 percent of your monthly income on rent.
The monthly budget needs to take utilities into account, states FrontDoor. After you find a maximum budget, decide what you need in your farm home. Narrow your search results by properties that provide the space you need. Consider the size of your family, and decide how many bedrooms and bathrooms you need in the house. Search on LandAndFarm.com with these specifications, and make a list of homes that fit these requirements.
If one or more people in your household work outside the home, FrontDoor says to find out how long the commute is between the rental house and the office. Research the crime rate and school ratings around the area, and tour the home to make sure it meets all your needs. Once you have found a farm home that meets these standards, carefully negotiate the lease and verify that you pass the background check.