Rent to Own Homes near Chandler, AZ

  • Chandler is a Phoenix suburb with a population of about 240,000 residents. Like many newer Arizona cities, it is known for its fast growth, sunny skies, and clean, family-friendly neighborhoods. Tumbleweed Park hosts a variety of events every year, including the Ostrich Festival, which celebrates the city's history of abundant ostrich farms. There are also lots of newer shopping centers that feature department stores, movie theaters, and restaurants. Chandler Fashion Center is just one of them, and the Phoenix Premium Outlets at the edge of town is another rather new shopping option where locals go to get deals at a variety of outlet stores.

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Top Reasons to Live in Chandler AZ

  • Housing Statistics No matter whether you're looking for a rental apartment, a home to buy or a rental house, Chandler will certainly have an option for you. The median price of real estate in Chandler is about $245,000. Approximately 74% of homes in this city are owner occupied, which is higher than the national average of about 66% owner occupied homes. About 26% of the properties in Chandler are rental homes. The vacancy rate for apartments in this city is around 5%, which is fairly low compared to a lot of the Phoenix area. Whether you're seeking rent to own homes or want to purchase a house right away, don't be surprised if the property you end up with is pretty new. About 31% of the houses in Chandler were built after 2000, and nearly 60% were constructed sometime between 1980 and 1999.
  • Chandler Nightlife There are more than 265 bars in the Chandler area, in addition to well over 3,000 restaurants. Many people in this city choose hangouts that are fairly close to home, and that's easy to do in Chandler. If you like laidback spots for socializing, many young adults and college students go to Iguana Mack's and Dos Gringos in northwest Chandler. Downtown Chandler has a few small bars and restaurants that are popular with adults of all ages, with San Tan Brewing Company and Kokopelli Winery being just a few options. You can also check out several chain eateries at Chandler Fashion Center or Fulton Ranch Towne Center, to name a few of the popular places for locals to shop, eat, and drink.
  • Weather and Climate As you might expect in an Arizona city near Phoenix, Chandler tends to be warm and sunny for most of the year. The hottest month is July, which often has a high of 104 degrees, though that's definitely been exceeded with temperatures up to 119 degrees. It really is a dry heat, though, which you end up appreciating once you experience the few slightly humid days per year. Those tend to occur during monsoon season in the summer months. The summer thunderstorms include lightning, thunder, dust storms, and flash floods that can literally flood neighborhoods with no warning. Monsoon season usually takes place between July and September, and these sudden storms account for several of the 9 inches of precipitation Chandler gets each year. If you're surprised to find that this city's average temperature is 72 degrees, keep in mind that the winter's temperatures of about 40 degrees tend to cool down the area. So take heart that you'll only be hot about 8 months of the year, and the plentiful air conditioning everywhere you go in Chandler makes the heat a little more bearable.
  • Neighborhood Guide Most of the neighborhoods in Chandler are housing developments with homes that were built at the same time. Some even have the same builder. Each neighborhood has a good selection of purchasable and rentable homes. Just a few of them include the following: