Houses for Rent in Phoenix, AZ (64)

       
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Ahwatukee South Mountain Retreat

3005 W Redwood Ln

Phoenix, AZ 85045
$1,695/mo

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Gorgeous 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath House in Tramonto for Rent, $1545 per month

34709 N. 26th Ave.

Phoenix, AZ 85086
$1,545/mo

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House for Rent in Phoenix / 3 Bed / 2.5 Bath / $1795

3646 E Zachary Drive

Phoenix, AZ 85050
$1,795/mo

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3 Bed/3 Bath House for Rent $1495

2017 N 77th Gln

Phoenix, AZ 85035
$1,495/mo

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3 Bed/2 Bath House for Rent $1350

3014 W Sands Dr

Phoenix, AZ 85027
$1,350/mo

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3 Bed/3 Bath House for Rent $2150

7421 S 27th Run

Phoenix, AZ 85042
$2,150/mo

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3 Bed/2 Bath House for Rent $1475

2242 E Nisbet Rd

Phoenix, AZ 85022
$1,475/mo

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3 Bed/2 Bath House for Rent $1250

2401 N 92nd Lane

Phoenix, AZ 85037
$1,250/mo

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3 Bed/2 Bath House for Rent $1600

3024 E Darrow St

Phoenix, AZ 85042
$1,600/mo

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3 Bed/2 Bath House for Rent $2500

4044 E Hamblin Dr

Phoenix, AZ 85050
$2,500/mo

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Phoenix is the capital of Arizona, and many people find that they are drawn to the dry heat and gorgeously sunny weather of this exciting city. If you are trying to figure out if it is right for you, you'll find that a house rental might be exactly what you are looking for. A great house rental can help you get to know the area, and in the case of rent to own homes, you may even find that it is the right permanent choice for you. Take a moment to learn more about what living in Phoenix might be like.

First, Phoenix is one of the hotter cities in the country, not only in terms of an active entertainment scene, but in terms of temperature. This southern city is very warm, and you will want to make sure that whatever home you decide to rent has some sort of cooling mechanism, whether it is in the form of a window unit or central air. Central air is the preferable choice for most people. Due to the heat, you will also have plenty of opportunities to enjoy yourself outdoors. To that end, consider choosing a house with a swimming pool, or at least a house with a large back yard. This is something that can make a huge difference to your ability to enjoy the Phoenix summer.

When you are thinking about renting a house in city, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, skip the metro area unless you are a big fan of city living. Not only are rental houses up here scarce, you'll find that you are largely surrounded. If you want more spacious accommodations, there are other areas that you need to look for. Instead, look for your housing in the surrounding areas.

Before you decide on a house rental in Phoenix, make sure that you consider the driving distance. Phoenix is a driver's city, and while there are some neighborhoods with better conditions for walkers, you'll find that cars are the rule of the day. One thing to keep in mind if you are prepared for a long commute is that the sun will be very bright throughout the year. If you do not want to drive into the sun or the sunset, make sure that you choose an area that will not create undue glare as you try to get to work.

When you are scoping out your neighborhood, be sure to figure what it looks like at night and during the day. This can help you figure out how you feel about it.

Take a moment to learn more about the city of Phoenix before you consider renting a house there, but as soon as you know that this is the city for you, make your move!