Phoenix Rental Resources

You will want to first read the Rental Assistance section below before using this Rental Directory. For information about Apartments, please click here.

Leasing Partners – Phoenix

Key for Inventory

A Apartments
C Condos
D Duplexes
PH Patio Homes
TH Townhomes
SFR Single Family Residences
ST Short-term
F Furnished
UF Unfurnished

Arizona Housing Solutions
Brenda Baca, Owner / (520) 449-3706
brenda@azhousingsolution.com
www.azhousingsolution.com
A, C, SFR – F
Goodyear, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe

Bennett Property Management
101 E. 1st Ave. #105
Mesa 85210
Anne McCawley & Frank Bennett, Owners / (480) 969-1818
info@bennett2rentit.com
www.bennett2rentit.com
A, C, SFR, TH – UF
Maricopa & Pinal counties

Management Masters, Inc.
3370 N. Hayden Rd. #123-307
Scottsdale 85251
Donna H. Brandsey / (602) 359-4800 cell / (480) 990-1833 office
Donna@MgmtMasters.com
www.MgmtMasters.com
PH, TH, SFR – UF
North/Northeast Phoenix, limited Tempe, Scottsdale

MEB Homes
1215 E. Missouri Ave.
Phoenix 85014
Megan Titche / (888) 632-6468
megan@mebmgmt.com
www.mebrentalhomes.com
Throughout greater Phoenix area — please check website for availability

MEB Management Services for Apartments & Homes
Susan Kauffman, Director of Customer Relationships
skauffman@mebmgmt.com
www.mebmgmt.com
(602) 558-1344 (Cell)
(602) 279-5515 (Office)

Renting Arizona
5930 W. Greenway Rd.
Glendale 85306
Jerry Maliva / (602) 424-4400
aptguy@aol.com
RentingArizona.com
A, C, SFH, TH – UF
Glendale, Peoria, Anthem, Surprise, Goodyear, Avondale, Litchfield Park, Sun City, Laveen, El Mirage, Scottsdale, and Phoenix

FOR YOUR APARTMENT SEARCH

While Above & Beyond Relocation Services does not directly partner with all of these apartment management companies, each has been recommended by professionals in the field.

SEARCHING FOR A HOUSE, TOWNHOUSE OR CONDO:

Multiple Listing Service (MLS) Rental Property Search:www.phoenixmlsrentals.com

HotPads.com

You may find that some of our Leasing Professional Partners have rental listings in MLS.

Phoenix Rental Assistance

Rent first. Buy next.

If you plan to rent for two years or less and then purchase a home, we recommend a match with an experienced real estate professional from our team for a real estate area tour and continuous education of our housing market. Please contact Laurie Becker to be matched with a real estate professional in the Phoenix area.

If you’re not quite sure, you may find the following article of interest:

Helpful Hints

What should I do? As I begin my proactive rental search…

ABRS Relocation Counselors are not licensed leasing agents, therefore we strongly recommend you reach out to the experienced and knowledgeable rental experts at the top of this page. In addition they shared these tips for you to keep in mind in your proactive rental search:

  • In Arizona, there is no one, central inventory and no one person to show rental properties. Frequently visit the websites at the top of this page as well as the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
  • One needs to be proactive and self-directed, scheduling appointments directly with the property managers and leasing agents for each. You do not need a real estate professional to rent in Arizona. Describe your leasing parameters as specifically as you can, allowing for some flexibility.
  • Leasing agents typically only have time to show properties to those ready to rent now. A rental listed while on your first visit to our city may not be available once you are ready to lease, so plan to choose your rental about four to six weeks before needed.
  • Peak seasons:
    1. Furnished rental occupancy occurs November through April, with January through March especially busy. Rental rates can reflect the demand for properties during this time. Off-season rates typically begin in April or May and extend through November or December.
    2. Unfurnished rental occupancy occurs April through July, with very limited rent rate differential. This is when the largest inventory of rentals is available and might be considered when planning a move here. This is when the largest inventory of available rentals is available, and might be considered when planning a move to Tucson).
  • It is strongly recommended that one visit a property in person before signing a lease agreement. 
  • Please consider the locations of schools of interest in relationship to where you may rent. While Open Enrollment allows one to attend a school outside one’s neighborhood school’s boundaries, be aware of deadlines to apply. School start times vary, so check school calendars.
  • Each apartment community, property manager and landlord have requirements for leasing. Please expect the following:
    1. Credit check.
    2. Verifiable income. Landlords often expect monthly income to be 2½ to 3 times monthly rent.
    3. Application fee. This could be anywhere from $35-$100.
    4. Security deposit. These can range from $150 to one month’s rent, required upon move-in with the first (and sometimes last) month’s rent. Deposits for apartment communities and houses vary greatly.
    5. Cleaning & Administrative Fees are usually non-refundable and range from $150 to $500.
    6. Pets. It is most likely that you will have to pay a Pet Fee ($150-$500) and Pet Deposit ($150-$500), per pet. Monthly pet rent can range from $15 to $40 per month. Ask at the property about any restrictions on certain dog breeds. There may be a limit on the number or size of pets allowed.

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