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

  • 193 rent-to-own stores
  • 1158 employees
  • $40,530,000 annual wages
  • $6,201,090 annual payroll taxes
  • $145,908,000 annual revenues

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Alaska

  • 14 rent-to-own stores
  • 84 employees
  • $2,940,000 annual wages
  • $449,820 annual payroll taxes
  • $10,584,000 annual revenues

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Arizona

  • 129 rent-to-own stores
  • 774 employees
  • $27,090,000 annual wages
  • $4,144,770 annual payroll taxes
  • $97,524,000 annual revenues

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Arkansas

  • 179 rent-to-own stores
  • 1074 employees
  • $37,590,000 annual wages
  • $5,751,270 annual payroll taxes
  • $135,324,000 annual revenues

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California

  • 299 rent-to-own stores
  • 1794 employees
  • $62,790,000 annual wages
  • $9,606,870 annual payroll taxes
  • $226,044,000 annual revenues

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Colorado

  • 85 rent-to-own stores
  • 510 employees
  • $17,850,000 annual wages
  • $2,731,050 annual payroll taxes
  • $64,260,000 annual revenues

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Connecticut

  • 67 rent-to-own stores
  • 402 employees
  • $14,070,000 annual wages
  • $2,152,710 annual payroll taxes
  • $50,652,000 annual revenues

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Delaware

  • 29 rent-to-own stores
  • 174 employees
  • $6,090,000 annual wages
  • $931,770 annual payroll taxes
  • $21,924,000 annual revenues

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Florida

  • 501 rent-to-own stores
  • 3006 employees
  • $105,210,000 annual wages
  • $16,097,130 annual payroll taxes
  • $378,756,000 annual revenues

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Georgia

  • 322 rent-to-own stores
  • 1932 employees
  • $67,620,000 annual wages
  • $10,345,860 annual payroll taxes
  • $243,432,000 annual revenues

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Hawaii

  • 18 rent-to-own stores
  • 108 employees
  • $3,780,000 annual wages
  • $578,340 annual payroll taxes
  • $13,608,000 annual revenues

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Idaho

  • 31 rent-to-own stores
  • 186 employees
  • $6,510,000 annual wages
  • $996,030 annual payroll taxes
  • $23,436,000 annual revenues

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Illinois

  • 223 rent-to-own stores
  • 1338 employees
  • $46,830,000 annual wages
  • $7,164,990 annual payroll taxes
  • $168,588,000 annual revenues

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Indiana

  • 218 rent-to-own stores
  • 1308 employees
  • $45,780,000 annual wages
  • $7,004,340 annual payroll taxes
  • $164,808,000 annual revenues

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Iowa

  • 60 rent-to-own stores
  • 360 employees
  • $12,600,000 annual wages
  • $1,927,800 annual payroll taxes
  • $45,360,000 annual revenues

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Kansas

  • 118 rent-to-own stores
  • 708 employees
  • $24,780,000 annual wages
  • $3,791,340 annual payroll taxes
  • $89,208,000 annual revenues

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Kentucky

  • 193 rent-to-own stores
  • 1158 employees
  • $40,530,000 annual wages
  • $6,201,090 annual payroll taxes
  • $145,908,000 annual revenues

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Louisiana

  • 213 rent-to-own stores
  • 1278 employees
  • $44,730,000 annual wages
  • $6,843,690 annual payroll taxes
  • $161,028,000 annual revenues

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Maine

  • 52 rent-to-own stores
  • 312 employees
  • $10,920,000 annual wages
  • $1,670,760 annual payroll taxes
  • $39,312,000 annual revenues

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Maryland

  • 105 rent-to-own stores
  • 630 employees
  • $22,050,000 annual wages
  • $3,373,650 annual payroll taxes
  • $79,380,000 annual revenues

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Massachusetts

  • 94 rent-to-own stores
  • 564 employees
  • $19,740,000 annual wages
  • $3,020,220 annual payroll taxes
  • $71,064,000 annual revenues

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Michigan

  • 205 rent-to-own stores
  • 1230 employees
  • $43,050,000 annual wages
  • $6,586,650 annual payroll taxes
  • $154,980,000 annual revenues

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Minnesota

  • 7 rent-to-own stores
  • 42 employees
  • $1,470,000 annual wages
  • $224,910 annual payroll taxes
  • $5,292,000 annual revenues

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Mississippi

  • 167 rent-to-own stores
  • 1002 employees
  • $35,070,000 annual wages
  • $5,365,710 annual payroll taxes
  • $126,252,000 annual revenues

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Missouri

  • 221 rent-to-own stores
  • 1326 employees
  • $46,410,000 annual wages
  • $7,100,730 annual payroll taxes
  • $167,076,000 annual revenues

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Montana

  • 24 rent-to-own stores
  • 144 employees
  • $5,040,000 annual wages
  • $771,120 annual payroll taxes
  • $18,144,000 annual revenues

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Nebraska

  • 50 rent-to-own stores
  • 300 employees
  • $10,500,000 annual wages
  • $1,606,500 annual payroll taxes
  • $37,800,000 annual revenues

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Nevada

  • 38 rent-to-own stores
  • 228 employees
  • $7,980,000 annual wages
  • $1,220,940 annual payroll taxes
  • $28,728,000 annual revenues

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New Hampshire

  • 39 rent-to-own stores
  • 234 employees
  • $8,190,000 annual wages
  • $1,253,070 annual payroll taxes
  • $29,484,000 annual revenues

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New Jersey

  • 72 rent-to-own stores
  • 432 employees
  • $15,120,000 annual wages
  • $2,313,360 annual payroll taxes
  • $54,432,000 annual revenues

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There are no state RTO statutes in New Jersey.

New Mexico

  • 85 rent-to-own stores
  • 510 employees
  • $17,850,000 annual wages
  • $2,731,050 annual payroll taxes
  • $64,260,000 annual revenues

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New York

  • 274 rent-to-own stores
  • 1644 employees
  • $57,540,000 annual wages
  • $8,803,620 annual payroll taxes
  • $207,144,000 annual revenues

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North Carolina

  • 317 rent-to-own stores
  • 1902 employees
  • $66,570,000 annual wages
  • $10,185,210 annual payroll taxes
  • $239,652,000 annual revenues

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There are no state RTO statutes in North Carolina.

North Dakota

  • 15 rent-to-own stores
  • 90 employees
  • $3,150,000 annual wages
  • $481,950 annual payroll taxes
  • $11,340,000 annual revenues

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Ohio

  • 377 rent-to-own stores
  • 2262 employees
  • $79,170,000 annual wages
  • $12,113,010 annual payroll taxes
  • $285,012,000 annual revenues

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Oklahoma

  • 140 rent-to-own stores
  • 840 employees
  • $29,400,000 annual wages
  • $4,498,200 annual payroll taxes
  • $105,840,000 annual revenues

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Oregon

  • 68 rent-to-own stores
  • 408 employees
  • $14,280,000 annual wages
  • $2,184,840 annual payroll taxes
  • $51,408,000 annual revenues

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Pennsylvania

  • 289 rent-to-own stores
  • 1734 employees
  • $60,690,000 annual wages
  • $9,285,570 annual payroll taxes
  • $218,484,000 annual revenues

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Rhode Island

  • 26 rent-to-own stores
  • 156 employees
  • $5,460,000 annual wages
  • $835,380 annual payroll taxes
  • $19,656,000 annual revenues

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South Carolina

  • 159 rent-to-own stores
  • 954 employees
  • $33,390,000 annual wages
  • $5,108,670 annual payroll taxes
  • $120,204,000 annual revenues

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South Dakota

  • 22 rent-to-own stores
  • 132 employees
  • $4,620,000 annual wages
  • $706,860 annual payroll taxes
  • $16,632,000 annual revenues

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Tennessee

  • 246 rent-to-own stores
  • 1476 employees
  • $51,660,000 annual wages
  • $7,903,980 annual payroll taxes
  • $185,976,000 annual revenues

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Texas

  • 844 rent-to-own stores
  • 5064 employees
  • $177,240,000 annual wages
  • $27,117,720 annual payroll taxes
  • $638,064,000 annual revenues

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Utah

  • 43 rent-to-own stores
  • 258 employees
  • $9,030,000 annual wages
  • $1,381,590 annual payroll taxes
  • $32,508,000 annual revenues

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Vermont

  • 17 rent-to-own stores
  • 102 employees
  • $3,570,000 annual wages
  • $546,210 annual payroll taxes
  • $12,852,000 annual revenues

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Virginia

  • 227 rent-to-own stores
  • 1362 employees
  • $47,670,000 annual wages
  • $7,293,510 annual payroll taxes
  • $171,612,000 annual revenues

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Washington

  • 113 rent-to-own stores
  • 678 employees
  • $23,730,000 annual wages
  • $3,630,690 annual payroll taxes
  • $85,428,000 annual revenues

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West Virginia

  • 69 rent-to-own stores
  • 414 employees
  • $14,490,000 annual wages
  • $2,216,970 annual payroll taxes
  • $52,164,000 annual revenues

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Wisconsin

  • 15 rent-to-own stores
  • 90 employees
  • $3,150,000 annual wages
  • $481,950 annual payroll taxes
  • $11,340,000 annual revenues

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There are no state RTO statutes in Wisconsin.

Wyoming

  • 21 rent-to-own stores
  • 126 employees
  • $4,410,000 annual wages
  • $674,730 annual payroll taxes
  • $15,876,000 annual revenues

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