Overview of Phoenix
Whether you’re relocating to Phoenix or simply looking for a new apartment, you’ll find that the city repeatedly surprises and delights you. The recreational activities and entertainment mixed with Phoenix’s constant beautiful weather means that most of the city's activities are available year round. And because Phoenix is home to one of the nation's largest mountain park preserves, residents enjoy golfing, hiking, bicycling and boating opportunities all within a short drive of their front door. Whether you’re looking for an urban loft or a family-friendly neighborhood, we have the selection of apartments in Phoenix to get your search for a new home underway!
Phoenix Apartments and Cost of Living
The cost of living in Phoenix is lower than many other major metropolitan areas in the United States, and the low cost of rent has been one of the reasons so many people are migrating to the area. Depending on how far out you are from Downtown, apartments in Phoenix can start out as low as $450 a month for a one bedroom, or cost as much as $2,000 a month for a three bedroom apartment in Central Phoenix. While rent is significantly cheaper than other major cities, one expense you’ll need to account for is commuting. Phoenix is extremely spread out, and while each neighborhood has the amenities you need, getting to work can take a lot of time, gas, and money.