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12 Apartments for rent in Green Valley, AZ

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Check out 12 verified apartments for rent in Green Valley, AZ with rents starting as low as $1000. Some apartments for rent in Green Valley might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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Last updated September 17 at 08:08 PM
1 Unit Available
Green Valley Townhouses
298 W Circulo Del Paladin
298 W Circulo del Paladin, Green Valley, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
1373 sqft
FULLY FURNISHED townhome in Casa Paloma I featuring 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, plus an AZ room, and a 1-car carport. Available either long-term or short-term (seasonally.) This is a 55 and up community.
Last updated September 17 at 08:08 PM
1 Unit Available
Green Valley Townhouses
309 N Calle Del Chancero
309 North Calle Del Chancero, Green Valley, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
965 sqft
2 bedroom, 2 bathroom townhouse in Casa Paloma II with an AZ room, a carport space, storage in back, backs up to common area, has a peak of mountain views, and can be furnished, unfurnished, or partially furnished...
Last updated September 17 at 08:08 PM
1 Unit Available
Tucson Green Valley
337 S Paseo Cerro
337 Paseo Cerro, Green Valley, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
696 sqft
Available starting March 2021 and beyond - Call for pricing (520) 603-5451. Age restricted to 55 and up. Unit is fully furnished in lovely southwest decor.
Last updated September 17 at 08:08 PM
1 Unit Available
Tucson Green Valley
466 S Paseo Madera
466 Paseo Madera, Green Valley, AZ
1 Bedroom
$2,000
588 sqft
One bedroom, one bathroom villa with all tile floors, fully furnished, nice front patio, little back patio, an assigned parking space, and a storage shed with a washer & dryer. This is a 55 and up community.
Last updated September 17 at 08:08 PM
1 Unit Available
Tucson Green Valley
210 W Camino Manzana
210 Camino Manzano, Green Valley, AZ
1 Bedroom
$1,800
588 sqft
Just the right size for a winter retreat. Cute as a button and view from the front patio of the Santa Rita Mountains. This unit is fully furnished and move-in ready. Close to shopping, golf, and Rec Centers. This is a 55 and up community.
Last updated September 17 at 09:17 AM
1 Unit Available
Green Valley Country Club Vistas
931 N Camino De Luz
931 North Camino De Luz, Green Valley, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
1269 sqft
Available 10/20/20 Country Club Vistas III Townhome - Property Id: 254625 Cute as a button! This rare long term unfurnished rental with garage is conveniently located in the heart of Green Valley, less than 1/2 mile walk to the library and White
Last updated September 17 at 09:17 AM
1 Unit Available
Casa Primavera
480 West Windham Blvd
480 West Windham Boulevard, Green Valley, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
1395 sqft
Green Valley Furnished Rental - Affordable 55+ community . - Come stay in Southern Arizona for the winter at an affordable 2 bedroom with den in Green Valley! This patio home is a 2 bedroom 2 bathroom with den- fully furnished!.
Last updated September 17 at 07:05 AM
1 Unit Available
San Ignacio Golf Estates
4435 South Golf Estates Drive
4435 South Golf Estates Drive, Green Valley, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,475
2005 sqft
Amazing 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom house. 55+ community in Green Valley. Access to Green Valley Recreation which provides choice of 12+ pools and recreational facilities throughout Green Valley. Garage, washer/dryer, Peaceful patio.
Results within 1 mile of Green Valley
Last updated September 17 at 08:08 PM
1 Unit Available
Santa Rita Villas
18866 S Mayford Avenue
18866 South Mayford Avenue, Sahuarita, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
1300 sqft
Beautiful home in great location, Enjoy the amenities of Community Club House, Pool and Spa.
Results within 5 miles of Green Valley
Last updated September 17 at 09:36 PM
1 Unit Available
Rancho Sahuarita
814 West Camino Curvitas
814 Camino Curvitas, Sahuarita, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$2,395
3190 sqft
Copy this link to your browser to schedule a showing at your convenience. https://homes.rently.com/homes-for-rent/properties/2393465?source=marketing GATE CODE # 0923 Built 2007.
Results within 10 miles of Green Valley
Last updated September 17 at 07:32 AM
1 Unit Available
Rancho Sahuarita
14529 S Camino Tierra Luna
14529 South Camino Tierra Luna, Sahuarita, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,500
2289 sqft
Stunning 2 story 4bed/2.
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
1 Unit Available
Rancho Sahuarita
14357 S. Camino Vallado
14357 South Camino Vallado, Sahuarita, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,225
1604 sqft
14357 S. Camino Vallado Available 05/23/20 3 Bedroom - 2.5 Bath - 1600 Sq. Ft. - Sahuarita Home - This is a 3 Bedrrom, 2.5 Bath, 1600 Sq. Ft. 2 Story Home with a 2 Car Garage. Good size bedrooms and large master with masterbath.
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The median rent in Green Valley is $641 for a studio, $761 for a one-bedroom apartment, and $1,011 for a two-bedroom apartment. If you are looking for a deal, keep an eye out for a red pulsing icon that indicates rent specials.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Frequently Asked Questions
How much is rent in Green Valley?
In Green Valley, the median rent is $641 for a studio, $761 for a 1-bedroom, $1,011 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,471 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Green Valley, check out our monthly Green Valley Rent Report.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Green Valley?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Green Valley properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How much should I pay for rent in Green Valley?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Green Valley.
How can I find off-campus housing in Green Valley?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Green Valley. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Arizona, and Pima Community College.

Median Rent in Green Valley

Last updated Mar. 2014
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Green Valley is $761, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,011.
Studio
$641
1 Bed
$761
2 Beds
$1,011
3+ Beds
$1,471
City GuideGreen Valley
Previously the host of the SAE Mini Baja 100, you'd think America would have a lock on riding four wheelers in the desert. Montreal managed to steal the gold, though, which might explain why it hasn't been hosted in Green Valley again.
Previously the host of the SAE Mini Baja 100, you'd think America would have a lock on riding four wheelers in the desert. Montreal managed to steal the gold, though, which might explain why it hasn't been hosted in Green Valley again.

Green Valley, Arizona is located just south of Tucson and north of Mexico and is close to the Santa Rita Mountains. The quiet town of approximately 18,000 doesn't have too much going on and is quite laid back, making it popular with retirees and those who prefer peace and quiet to noise and ruckus. Traffic is virtually non-existent, so you can cruise down the roads without a care in the world. As in all of Arizona, the climate is dry, winters are cold and summers are hot. Cost of living in Green Valley is low – almost 10 percent less than the greater U.S. – and unemployment is lower than Arizona’s average -- probably because most of the town is retired.

Finding an Apartment

When to Look? Most of Green Valley, AZ has a very high vacancy rate. It's over 30 percent in some parts of the city, which means you will have a lot of places to choose from, even if you're not the most, ahem, ideal applicant yourself. Some of this high vacancy rate, however, is due to seasonal visitors, so be warned that the best time to look for an apartment to rent is off peak season (June through August), when you can snag the choice spots. The worst time to find city apartments is December through January.

What Do I Need? Because you're likely to find a place right away, bring all the essentials with you when you go to check each place out. You will need all the basics: credit history, employment and salary history, and any rental references that you have. The landlord will likely ask for pet records if you plan on bringing your pets, so make sure your little guys are well documented (at least that obedience school will have finally paid off). Since the vacancy rate is so high in Green Valley -- especially during off season -- you have a decent chance of finagling a deal with a landlord, even if your credit score has seen better days. Be prepared to write a check if you find a place you like.

Neighborhoods in Green Valley, AZ

South Via Cielo Azul / West Calle Tres: It's easy to find rentals here with a vacancy rate of 26%. This neighborhood has mostly small homes and quite a few mobile homes. On the plus side, the prices match the size of these small rentals. Even if you are not retirement age, this might be a great place for young professionals who prefer a quiet night rather than the chaos of clubs. $

South Camino Del Sol / West Camino Urbano: Vacancies are even higher in this area than in Via Cielo Azul – almost 30 percent. If you are looking to find an apartment to rent or a condo for rent, you might find something fantastic the first time out of the box. This area has a large work-from-home community, so telecommuters are a way of life in this neighborhood, and if you don't work from home, you will at least have the road pretty much to yourself. There is a big mix of homes here - some small and medium homes, mobile homes, big apartment buildings and condos. It's fairly easy to find a place to rent and it's a very peaceful and livable area. $$$

North La Canada Drive / West Camino Casa Verde: There are all kinds of apartments and homes here, ranging from small spots to family-size places. You can also find a high concentration of studios and other small living spaces, and rents are slightly higher than South Via Cielo Azul. Vacancy rate is about 20 percent, which is still high. A good place to find apartments with paid utilities. $$$$

South Camino Del Portillo / West Esperanza Blvd: This area has very low crime rates and is super family friendly. You can find small and medium homes for single families, along with a few mobile homes and apartment buildings. There is a considerable vacancy rate (36 percent). Rents are medium for the area.$$

South Abrego Dr / South La Huerta: This area has the lowest vacancy rate in Green Valley, and it is still 17 percent. It mostly has small to medium sized housing and much of it is owner occupied. This is a low crime area, so bring your big screen TV -- it is probably safe. $$

Life in Green Valley, AZ

Green Valley is mostly retirees, with several retirement associations in the area, but it's also close to Tucson where you can find more of the city life for the times when the peace and quiet is making you stir crazy. It is also a place for young professionals who do not yearn for the go-go-go of larger cities. As with all of Arizona, water is always an issue. Sustainability is a concern, and water restrictions can be prohibitive, so the kids will need to find a better way to cool off than running through the sprinklers.

Commuting to work

For the most part, people drive their own cars to and from work, however, public transportation is readily available, going both to Tucson and locally. During the weekdays there is service during rush hour and there are also shuttles and car services that can take you back and forth.

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City GuideGreen Valley
Previously the host of the SAE Mini Baja 100, you'd think America would have a lock on riding four wheelers in the desert. Montreal managed to steal the gold, though, which might explain why it hasn't been hosted in Green Valley again.
Previously the host of the SAE Mini Baja 100, you'd think America would have a lock on riding four wheelers in the desert. Montreal managed to steal the gold, though, which might explain why it hasn't been hosted in Green Valley again.

Green Valley, Arizona is located just south of Tucson and north of Mexico and is close to the Santa Rita Mountains. The quiet town of approximately 18,000 doesn't have too much going on and is quite laid back, making it popular with retirees and those who prefer peace and quiet to noise and ruckus. Traffic is virtually non-existent, so you can cruise down the roads without a care in the world. As in all of Arizona, the climate is dry, winters are cold and summers are hot. Cost of living in Green Valley is low – almost 10 percent less than the greater U.S. – and unemployment is lower than Arizona’s average -- probably because most of the town is retired.

Finding an Apartment

When to Look? Most of Green Valley, AZ has a very high vacancy rate. It's over 30 percent in some parts of the city, which means you will have a lot of places to choose from, even if you're not the most, ahem, ideal applicant yourself. Some of this high vacancy rate, however, is due to seasonal visitors, so be warned that the best time to look for an apartment to rent is off peak season (June through August), when you can snag the choice spots. The worst time to find city apartments is December through January.

What Do I Need? Because you're likely to find a place right away, bring all the essentials with you when you go to check each place out. You will need all the basics: credit history, employment and salary history, and any rental references that you have. The landlord will likely ask for pet records if you plan on bringing your pets, so make sure your little guys are well documented (at least that obedience school will have finally paid off). Since the vacancy rate is so high in Green Valley -- especially during off season -- you have a decent chance of finagling a deal with a landlord, even if your credit score has seen better days. Be prepared to write a check if you find a place you like.

Neighborhoods in Green Valley, AZ

South Via Cielo Azul / West Calle Tres: It's easy to find rentals here with a vacancy rate of 26%. This neighborhood has mostly small homes and quite a few mobile homes. On the plus side, the prices match the size of these small rentals. Even if you are not retirement age, this might be a great place for young professionals who prefer a quiet night rather than the chaos of clubs. $

South Camino Del Sol / West Camino Urbano: Vacancies are even higher in this area than in Via Cielo Azul – almost 30 percent. If you are looking to find an apartment to rent or a condo for rent, you might find something fantastic the first time out of the box. This area has a large work-from-home community, so telecommuters are a way of life in this neighborhood, and if you don't work from home, you will at least have the road pretty much to yourself. There is a big mix of homes here - some small and medium homes, mobile homes, big apartment buildings and condos. It's fairly easy to find a place to rent and it's a very peaceful and livable area. $$$

North La Canada Drive / West Camino Casa Verde: There are all kinds of apartments and homes here, ranging from small spots to family-size places. You can also find a high concentration of studios and other small living spaces, and rents are slightly higher than South Via Cielo Azul. Vacancy rate is about 20 percent, which is still high. A good place to find apartments with paid utilities. $$$$

South Camino Del Portillo / West Esperanza Blvd: This area has very low crime rates and is super family friendly. You can find small and medium homes for single families, along with a few mobile homes and apartment buildings. There is a considerable vacancy rate (36 percent). Rents are medium for the area.$$

South Abrego Dr / South La Huerta: This area has the lowest vacancy rate in Green Valley, and it is still 17 percent. It mostly has small to medium sized housing and much of it is owner occupied. This is a low crime area, so bring your big screen TV -- it is probably safe. $$

Life in Green Valley, AZ

Green Valley is mostly retirees, with several retirement associations in the area, but it's also close to Tucson where you can find more of the city life for the times when the peace and quiet is making you stir crazy. It is also a place for young professionals who do not yearn for the go-go-go of larger cities. As with all of Arizona, water is always an issue. Sustainability is a concern, and water restrictions can be prohibitive, so the kids will need to find a better way to cool off than running through the sprinklers.

Commuting to work

For the most part, people drive their own cars to and from work, however, public transportation is readily available, going both to Tucson and locally. During the weekdays there is service during rush hour and there are also shuttles and car services that can take you back and forth.