Rent to Own Homes near Phoenix, AZ

Top Reasons to Live in Phoenix AZ

  • Phoenix is the capital of Arizona, and with more than 1.4 million residents, it is the most populous capital in the United States. If you add in the city's many suburbs, more than 4 million people live in Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Just a few of the most well-known attractions in this major city include the Phoenix Zoo, Wet 'n' Wild Waterpark, Heard Museum, Chase Field, Castles N' Coasters Amusement Park, and Phoenix International Raceway.

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4 Beds, 2 Baths in Phoenix, AZ 85022
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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Phoenix, AZ 85022

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School: Intelli-School - Paradise Valley
Grocery: Vax-D Physicians Network
Restaurant: Codfather
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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Phoenix, AZ 85086
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3 Beds, 1 Bath

Phoenix, AZ 85086

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School: Stepping Stones Academy
Grocery: Hcg Buy Direct Online
Restaurant: El Encanto Dos
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3 Beds, 3 Baths in Phoenix, AZ 85033
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3 Beds, 3 Baths

Phoenix, AZ 85033

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School: Desert Sands Middle School
Grocery: Herbalife
Restaurant: Ta'carbon Mexican Grill
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3 Beds, 3 Baths in Phoenix, AZ 85050
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3 Beds, 3 Baths

Phoenix, AZ 85050

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School: Sunset Canyon School
Grocery: Food Zone
Restaurant: Zekes Cafe
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2 Beds, 1 Bath in Phoenix, AZ 85041
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2 Beds, 1 Bath

Phoenix, AZ 85041

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School: Maurice C. Cash Elementary School
Grocery: City Food Market
Restaurant: Gordas Baja Taco
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2 Beds, 1 Bath in Phoenix, AZ 85051
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2 Beds, 1 Bath

Phoenix, AZ 85051

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School: Cornerstone Charter School
Grocery: S & S Market
Restaurant: Hungry Men's Family
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5 Beds, 3 Baths in Phoenix, AZ 85041
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5 Beds, 3 Baths

Phoenix, AZ 85041

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School: Ignacio Conchos Ele School
Grocery: Q T
Restaurant: Aunt Chilada's
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3 Beds, 3 Baths in Phoenix, AZ 85016
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3 Beds, 3 Baths

Phoenix, AZ 85016

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School: Saint Thomas The Apostle School
Grocery: Sunnyside Market
Restaurant: Julioberto's Mexican Food
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4 Beds, 2 Baths in Laveen, AZ 85339
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4 Beds, 2 Baths

Laveen, AZ 85339

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School: Country Gardens Charter School
Grocery: Arizona Health Market Exch Inc
Restaurant: La Victoria Mexican
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  • Housing The median home sales price in Phoenix is $150,000, and that number has been rising in recent years. About 50% of the residents here own their home, while about 36% rent property. Since about 13% of the homes in this area are vacant, you should not have much trouble finding a house that you can buy, rent, or rent to own. In addition, considering that about 4500 homes were sold in a three-month period this year, you can expect to have plenty of options when it comes to housing in Phoenix.
  • Transportation and Commute Phoenix has improved its public transportation system in recent years, since it used to be rather limited. Most of it consists of buses operated by Valley Metro. The fleet includes more than 500 buses that can take Phoenix residents from downtown to the many suburbs of this major metropolitan area. In addition, the light rail was built in the last decade and now has more than 20,000 passengers per day. People use it to do everything from commuting to work to going bar hopping around this city. But many residents still prefer to drive, which is easy due to the state's simple grid system for streets. The average commute in Phoenix is about 23 minutes, and most drivers use the local freeways to get to work, with the I-10, I-17, Loop 101, US 60, and State Route 51 being the main local highways. Additionally, Phoenix is home to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, which serves around 40 million passengers per year.
  • Nightlife If you are into live tunes, Phoenix won't disappoint, since plenty of bars, clubs, and coffeehouses offer all kinds of music. Since this is the Wild West, country music is big here, and there are lots of country-themed bars and restaurants that feature live acts. You will also find clubs that play a lot of jazz or even have dueling pianos. If classical is your style, you can check out shows at Symphony Hall, Herberger Theater, or the historic Orpheum Theatre. Concerts with all types of music are usually held at Chase Field, US Airways Center, and Ak-Chin Pavilion. And of course, there are lots of nightclubs that play the latest hits to encourage dancing. Downtown Phoenix is a particularly popular area when it comes to nightlife, and it features a mix of new, posh nightclubs and hipster bars in tiny, historic cottages. Examples of some popular downtown bars include Alice Cooper'stown and the Rose and Crown, which is a small, unique British style pub set in a former historic home. In general, there's something for everyone when it comes to the nightlife in Phoenix.
  • Neighborhoods Phoenix is a diverse mix of historic homes, gated neighborhoods, and high-rise apartments. You should get an overview of some of the largest communities and base your decision on both your budget and the attractions you want to live closest to.