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Phoenix AZ, 85013
24-hour Fitness & Business Center plus 24 hour relaxing pools and spas- great location-Private theater room
Phoenix AZ, 85016
Breathtaking Mountain Views... Top Rated School District... Beautiful and Convenient Location
Phoenix AZ, 85044
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Phoenix AZ, 85032
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Phoenix AZ, 85050
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Overview of Phoenix
Searching for a new apartment-your new home-can be a daunting task. To help take the stress out of your search, use an online apartment guide to find styles of rentals and neighborhoods that are right for you.
Types of Rentals in an Apartment Guide
Apartment -- There are several sizes and layouts of rental apartments. Depending on your needs, you may want to visit different sizes of apartments to see what could work for your stuff and your budget. Before you visit single bedroom, 2 bedroom, and 3 bedroom apartments, however, see if the listing you are interested in has a floor plan layout you can look at. You also will want to consider whether you prefer renting an apartment in a small building or a large complex which may offer more amenities.
Duplex - Some properties are divided into two, three, or four units for rent. They can be built this way or they can be older houses that have been repurposed and remodeled. Often these properties also feature a yard and garage or carport parking.
Townhouse - Townhouses and townhomes can be stand-alone properties or may share one or two walls with neighboring properties. Some feature yards or porches and patios. Similar to an apartment complex or condos, a community of townhomes offers amenities such as security and a pool.
Loft or Studio - One bedroom apartments, lofts, and studio apartments can be found in apartment complexes or in buildings that house businesses on lower floors. These spaces usually offer lower rent and opportunity for creative use of open space.
House - Houses for rent are sometimes listed in apartment guides under rental properties. This kind of rental may cost more but offers the benefits of living in a house without the full cost and risk of ownership.
Phoenix Apartment Guide
Use your apartment guide tool to learn about areas of Phoenix that have rentals listed that meet your criteria. Downtown Phoenix and Phoenix suburb Tempe, home to Arizona State University, may have more studios and apartments than other areas because they cater to a younger demographic. The city's many suburbs and municipalities are connected via freeway, metro rail and public transportation, and are full of rentals designed to meet the needs of Phoenix residents. Newer suburbs may feature buildings with the latest in insulation and roofing that keeps the apartment building cooler during intense heat.
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