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Phoenix AZ, 85013
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Phoenix AZ, 85044
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Phoenix AZ, 85016
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Phoenix AZ, 85032
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Overview of Phoenix
An apartment finder can be a great tool when you're looking for an apartment, but it can't tell you what you want to find. A successful-and short-apartment hunt starts with you deciding what you want, what you can afford, and remembering to stay open-minded during your search. Once you've set some budget and characteristic criteria for your search, use an online apartment finder to identify areas for your search and possible rentals available to visit.
Apartment Finder: What Are You Looking For?
Here are a few questions to ask yourself when you begin your apartment search:
Size: What are your space needs? Do you need a 2 bedroom or 3 bedroom apartment? Would you prefer a loft space that you can section off for your own purposes? Or are you looking for a duplex rental with a lawn or an apartment complex with a pool? Evaluate the amount of stuff you have and the kinds of spaces you need and think about how you can use different styles of rental properties.
Budget: What can you afford? Most people set aside about one quarter or one third of their monthly income for rent. Use an apartment finder to see what apartments for rent in Phoenix cost and the information can help you come to a decision within your means.
Details: What's your ideal apartment home? For example, would you rather have a 2 bedroom apartment or a 1 bedroom apartment with an on-site laundry and pool? Or, during your search, pay attention to parks, attractions, and features of the areas you are considering renting in. An apartment finder can help you find apartments closer to your work or close to a park if that's what you're looking for.
Apartment Finder: Find Apartments in Phoenix
To get the most out of using an apartment finder to locate rentals in Phoenix, here is a breakdown of some of its larger neighborhoods and suburbs. Each area has its own history, recreational and cultural centers, economic drivers, and character. Use your apartment finder to locate rentals that are good for your commute and your lifestyle.
Population of more than 100,000:
Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Mesa, Peoria, Scottsdale, Surprise, Tempe
Population of more than 10,000:
Apache Junction, Avondale, Buckeye, Casa Grande, El Mirage, Eloy, Florence, Fountain Hills, Goodyear, Maricopa, Paradise Valley, Queen Creek
Population of less than 10,000:
Carefree, Cave Creek, Coolidge, Gila Bend, Guadalupe, Kearny, Litchfield Park, Mammoth, Superior, Tolleson, Wickenburg, Youngtown