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  1. Ring - Video Doorbell 4 - Smart Wi-Fi Video Doorbell - Wired/Battery Operated - Satin Nickel
    (4.8)
    Lease to Own at
    est. $12 /week*
  2. Swann - Enforcer 4-Ch, 4-Bullet Camera Indoor/Outdoor 1080p w/ Video Doorbell & Wi-Fi Window & Door Sensors (2-pk) - Black
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    Lease to Own at
    est. $23 /week*
  3. Amazon - Echo Show 15 - Full HD 15.6in. Smart Display w/ Alexa - Black/White
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    Lease to Own at
    est. $13 /week*
  4. Swann - Enforcer, 8-Channel, 8-Camera, 1080p 1TB DVR Security Surveillance System w/ 2 WiFi Alarm Sensors - White
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    Lease to Own at
    est. $27 /week*
  5. Night Owl - 8 Channel 4 Indoor/Outdoor Wired 1080p HD Spotlight Cameras, 1TB HD Bluetooth DVR Surveillance System w/ Audio - White/Black
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    Lease to Own at
    est. $15 /week*
  6. Apple - HomePod mini - Space Gray
    (4.7)
    Lease to Own at
    est. $6 /week*
  7. Ring - Video Doorbell (2020 Release) - Venetian Bronze
    (4.6)
    Lease to Own at
    est. $6 /week*
  8. Motorola - MG8702 32x8 DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem + AC3200 Router - Black
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    Lease to Own at
    est. $15 /week*
  9. Swann Pro Enforcer™ 8-Channel, 4-Bullet & 2-Dome Camera Indoor/Outdoor PoE Wired 4K UHD 2TB HDD NVR Security System - White
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    Lease to Own at
    est. $57 /week*
  10. NETGEAR - Nighthawk AX3600 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi System (3pk.)
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    NETGEAR - Nighthawk AX3600 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi System (3pk.)
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    Lease to Own at
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    est. $21 /week*
    Lease to Own at
    was
    est. $25 /week*
  11. Amazon - Echo Show 10 (3rd Gen) HD smart display with motion and Alexa - Glacier White
    (4.6)
    Lease to Own at
    est. $13 /week*
  12. Blink - 3-cam Outdoor Wireless 1080p Camera Kit
    (4.3)
    Lease to Own at
    est. $13 /week*
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Why should you lease home security systems like smart doorbells or security cameras? Well, when it comes to protecting your family and property from theft and harm, one of the greatest investments you can make is in a quality home security system. Unfortunately, most systems come with a large price tag, and financing payment plan requires good credit and long-term commitment. You shouldn't have to sacrifice the safety and security of your home because of a limited budget or rocky credit history. We are proud to lease home security systems as one of our many product offerings. We understand the importance of keeping your home safe and want to provide an affordable way to do so. By leasing a security system through LeaseVille, you can have the peace of mind that your home and family are safe and that your budget has not been compromised.

As part of our comprehensive leasing program, we offer a vast range of home security options, such as smart doorbells, keyless entry smart locks, indoor and outdoor security cameras, alarm systems, and motion sensors. We provide the lease of top-of-the-line products from all of the best home security brands. If you decide to lease home security systems through our program, you can have your pick of devices from companies like Ring, Google, Arlo, SimpliSafe, and Swann. Most of the products we have available are Wi-Fi compatible, allowing you to monitor your home security while you are away from the house. This ensures you can keep your eye on your home and property whether you are out for a day or on a long vacation.

Because we value providing home security solutions regardless of budget restraints or credit ratings, our available products can be leased at easy payments. If approved to lease through our program, you can sign up for either a short-term lease or a longer lease-to-own agreement. Which option you choose to sign up for depends on your personal preferences and the security needs of your home. Our goal is to provide you with a flexible and affordable program to provide security for your family and home.


Are home security systems worth it?Absolutely. Home security systems are one of the best methods to provide safety and security for your home and family. These systems allow you to visually monitor the inside and outside of your home while you are away and alert you to intruders. They can be very useful in identifying potential burglars or assailants and reporting any insurance claims. Advanced security systems can also call emergency services to the home in the case of forced entry or fire.
Which wireless home security system is best? As reviewed by a wide range of homeowners and professionals alike, the best home security systems on the market are as follows: ADT, Google Nest, Vivint, and SimpliSafe. These four companies are known to provide top-quality wireless security systems with excellent performance records and are available in various functionalities. You may be surprised that Ring isn’t included in this list. While Ring may be the most popular option for smart doorbell systems, they do not offer comprehensive home security systems.
What is a smart doorbell system? A smart doorbell system is simply a doorbell that has the ability to connect to the Internet and provides additional functionality beyond a standard doorbell. Smart doorbells can have a range of functions, including motion sensors, speakers, microphones, cameras to record video, and alert systems in an emergency. Smart doorbells can record any entry and exit to your home and any activity within view of the doorbell’s camera. Smart doorbell systems are a great investment if you are away from home, as they provide an extra layer of safety.
Do smart doorbells need to be hardwired?This depends entirely on the model of smart doorbell you choose. Many smart doorbells, including Google and Ring, can function wirelessly using a rechargeable battery. Remove the device and plug it in to charge whenever the battery gets low. However, many smart doorbells will need to be hardwired, and in most cases, they will function perfectly well using the wiring for your existing doorbell. If you’re considering a wired smart doorbell, ensure your existing wiring will properly support the new device’s requirements or hire a professional installer.