State Economic Impacts / Statutes

APRO calculates the key economic indicators for each state according to APRO’s database and the annual industry survey conducted by statistical research firm Industry Insights. APRO has been the leader in defining the rent-to-own industry statistically for the past decade and continues to refine and build the rent-to-own statistical story for Wall Street, financial analysts, bankers, the media, legislators and industry newcomers.

APRO has compiled state-by-state RTO rules and regulations into an easy-to-reference set of charts organized by in-store price tag disclosures, rent-to-own contract disclosures, specifications on fees and payments, advertising disclosures and reinstatement rights.

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For more information regarding rent-to-own industry statistics, contact Richard May by e-mail or phone at (512) 225-1051.

A C D F G H I K L M N O P R S T U V W


Alabama

  • 196 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,176 employees
  • $39,984,000 annual wages
  • $6,117,552 annual payroll taxes
  • $178,752,000 annual revenues

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Alaska

  • 14 rent-to-own stores
  • 84 employees
  • $2,856,000 annual wages
  • $436,968 annual payroll taxes
  • $12,768,000 annual revenues

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Arizona

  • 129 rent-to-own stores
  • 774 employees
  • $26,316,000 annual wages
  • $4,026,348 annual payroll taxes
  • $117,648,000 annual revenues

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Arkansas

  • 181 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,086 employees
  • $36,924,000 annual wages
  • $5,649,372 annual payroll taxes
  • $165,072,000 annual revenues

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California

  • 302 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,812 employees
  • $61,608,000 annual wages
  • $9,426,024 annual payroll taxes
  • $275,424,000 annual revenues

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Colorado

  • 84 rent-to-own stores
  • 504 employees
  • $17,136,000 annual wages
  • $2,621,808 annual payroll taxes
  • $76,608,000 annual revenues

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Connecticut

  • 67 rent-to-own stores
  • 402 employees
  • $13,668,000 annual wages
  • $2,091,204 annual payroll taxes
  • $61,104,000 annual revenues

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Delaware

  • 30 rent-to-own stores
  • 180 employees
  • $6,120,000 annual wages
  • $936,360 annual payroll taxes
  • $27,360,000 annual revenues

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Florida

  • 518 rent-to-own stores
  • 3,108 employees
  • $105,672,000 annual wages
  • $16,167,816 annual payroll taxes
  • $472,416,000 annual revenues

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Georgia

  • 330 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,980 employees
  • $67,320,000 annual wages
  • $10,299,960 annual payroll taxes
  • $300,960,000 annual revenues

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Hawaii

  • 18 rent-to-own stores
  • 108 employees
  • $3,672,000 annual wages
  • $561,816 annual payroll taxes
  • $16,416,000 annual revenues

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Idaho

  • 31 rent-to-own stores
  • 186 employees
  • $6,324,000 annual wages
  • $967,572 annual payroll taxes
  • $28,272,000 annual revenues

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Illinois

  • 223 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,338 employees
  • $45,492,000 annual wages
  • $6,960,276 annual payroll taxes
  • $203,376,000 annual revenues

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Indiana

  • 218 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,308 employees
  • $44,472,000 annual wages
  • $6,804,216 annual payroll taxes
  • $198,816,000 annual revenues

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Iowa

  • 60 rent-to-own stores
  • 360 employees
  • $12,240,000 annual wages
  • $1,872,720 annual payroll taxes
  • $54,720,000 annual revenues

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Kansas

  • 116 rent-to-own stores
  • 696 employees
  • $23,664,000 annual wages
  • $3,620,592 annual payroll taxes
  • $105,792,000 annual revenues

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Kentucky

  • 194 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,164 employees
  • $39,576,000 annual wages
  • $6,055,128 annual payroll taxes
  • $176,928,000 annual revenues

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Louisiana

  • 217 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,302 employees
  • $44,268,000 annual wages
  • $6,773,004 annual payroll taxes
  • $197,904,000 annual revenues

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Maine

  • 50 rent-to-own stores
  • 300 employees
  • $10,200,000 annual wages
  • $1,560,600 annual payroll taxes
  • $45,600,000 annual revenues

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Maryland

  • 105 rent-to-own stores
  • 630 employees
  • $21,420,000 annual wages
  • $3,277,260 annual payroll taxes
  • $95,760,000 annual revenues

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Massachusetts

  • 94 rent-to-own stores
  • 564 employees
  • $19,176,000 annual wages
  • $2,933,928 annual payroll taxes
  • $85,728,000 annual revenues

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Michigan

  • 206 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,236 employees
  • $42,024,000 annual wages
  • $6,429,672 annual payroll taxes
  • $187,872,000 annual revenues

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Minnesota

  • 7 rent-to-own stores
  • 42 employees
  • $1,428,000 annual wages
  • $218,484 annual payroll taxes
  • $6,384,000 annual revenues

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Mississippi

  • 177 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,062 employees
  • $36,108,000 annual wages
  • $5,524,524 annual payroll taxes
  • $161,424,000 annual revenues

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Missouri

  • 221 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,326 employees
  • $45,084,000 annual wages
  • $6,897,852 annual payroll taxes
  • $201,552,000 annual revenues

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Montana

  • 24 rent-to-own stores
  • 144 employees
  • $4,896,000 annual wages
  • $749,088 annual payroll taxes
  • $21,888,000 annual revenues

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Nebraska

  • 51 rent-to-own stores
  • 306 employees
  • $10,404,000 annual wages
  • $1,591,812 annual payroll taxes
  • $46,512,000 annual revenues

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Nevada

  • 38 rent-to-own stores
  • 228 employees
  • $7,752,000 annual wages
  • $1,186,056 annual payroll taxes
  • $34,656,000 annual revenues

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New Hampshire

  • 39 rent-to-own stores
  • 234 employees
  • $7,956,000 annual wages
  • $1,218,268 annual payroll taxes
  • $35,568,000 annual revenues

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New Jersey

  • 73 rent-to-own stores
  • 438 employees
  • $14,892,000 annual wages
  • $2,278,476 annual payroll taxes
  • $66,576,000 annual revenues

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There are no state RTO statutes in New Jersey.

New Mexico

  • 86 rent-to-own stores
  • 516 employees
  • $17,544,000 annual wages
  • $2,684,232 annual payroll taxes
  • $78,432,000 annual revenues

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New York

  • 275 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,650 employees
  • $56,100,000 annual wages
  • $8,583,300 annual payroll taxes
  • $250,800,000 annual revenues

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North Carolina

  • 329 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,974 employees
  • $67,116,000 annual wages
  • $10,268,748 annual payroll taxes
  • $300,048,000 annual revenues

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There are no state RTO statutes in North Carolina.

North Dakota

  • 15 rent-to-own stores
  • 90 employees
  • $3,060,000 annual wages
  • $468,180 annual payroll taxes
  • $13,680,000 annual revenues

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Ohio

  • 377 rent-to-own stores
  • 2,262 employees
  • $76,908,000 annual wages
  • $11,766,924 annual payroll taxes
  • $343,824,000 annual revenues

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Oklahoma

  • 143 rent-to-own stores
  • 858 employees
  • $29,172,000 annual wages
  • $4,463,316 annual payroll taxes
  • $130,416,000 annual revenues

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Oregon

  • 68 rent-to-own stores
  • 408 employees
  • $13,872,000 annual wages
  • $2,122,416 annual payroll taxes
  • $62,016,000 annual revenues

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Pennsylvania

  • 287 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,722 employees
  • $58,548,000 annual wages
  • $8,957,844 annual payroll taxes
  • $261,744,000 annual revenues

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Rhode Island

  • 26 rent-to-own stores
  • 156 employees
  • $5,304,000 annual wages
  • $811,512 annual payroll taxes
  • $23,712,000 annual revenues

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South Carolina

  • 162 rent-to-own stores
  • 972 employees
  • $33,048,000 annual wages
  • $5,056,344 annual payroll taxes
  • $147,744,000 annual revenues

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South Dakota

  • 24 rent-to-own stores
  • 144 employees
  • $4,896,000 annual wages
  • $749,088 annual payroll taxes
  • $21,888,000 annual revenues

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Tennessee

  • 257 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,542 employees
  • $52,428,000 annual wages
  • $8,021,484 annual payroll taxes
  • $234,384,000 annual revenues

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Texas

  • 849 rent-to-own stores
  • 5,094 employees
  • $173,196,000 annual wages
  • $26,498,988 annual payroll taxes
  • $774,288,000 annual revenues

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Utah

  • 43 rent-to-own stores
  • 258 employees
  • $8,772,000 annual wages
  • $1,342,116 annual payroll taxes
  • $39,216,000 annual revenues

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Vermont

  • 17 rent-to-own stores
  • 102 employees
  • $3,468,000 annual wages
  • $530,604 annual payroll taxes
  • $15,504,000 annual revenues

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Virginia

  • 225 rent-to-own stores
  • 1,350 employees
  • $45,900,000 annual wages
  • $7,022,700 annual payroll taxes
  • $205,200,000 annual revenues

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Washington

  • 113 rent-to-own stores
  • 678 employees
  • $23,052,000 annual wages
  • $3,526,956 annual payroll taxes
  • $103,056,000 annual revenues

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West Virginia

  • 69 rent-to-own stores
  • 414 employees
  • $14,076,000 annual wages
  • $2,153,628 annual payroll taxes
  • $62,928,000 annual revenues

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Wisconsin

  • 15 rent-to-own stores
  • 90 employees
  • $3,060,000 annual wages
  • $468,180 annual payroll taxes
  • $13,680,000 annual revenues

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There are no state RTO statutes in Wisconsin.

Wyoming

  • 21 rent-to-own stores
  • 126 employees
  • $4,284,000 annual wages
  • $655,452 annual payroll taxes
  • $19,152,000 annual revenues

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