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137 apartments for rent near Marana, AZ

5479 W Silent Dove Way
The Villages At Dove Mountain
4 Bed
11488 W Caliche
San Lucas
4 Bed
12067 N Meditation
3 Bed
13642 N Holly Grape
Heritage Highlands At Dove Mountain
2 Bed
12423 N Wing Shadow
Tangerine Crossing
4 Bed
11320 N Vista Ranch
4 Bed
5055 W Spoonplant
Heritage Highlands At Dove Mountain
2 Bed
Gladden Farms
4 Bed
3438 W Wing Tip
Tangerine Crossing
5 Bed
11545 N. Derringer Rd.
Rancho Del Sol Lindo
3 Bed
12123 N Golden Mirror
3 Bed
11381 N Moon Ranch
3 Bed
5109 W Jointfir
Heritage Highlands At Dove Mountain
2 Bed
12924 N Sabal Palm Way
Rancho Marana
3 Bed
12845 N Suizo
Quail Crossing
3 Bed
12913 N High Hawk
Bluffs At Dove Mountain
3 Bed
Results within 1 miles of Marana, AZ
2584 W Calle Don Florencio
Sotomayor Ranch
4 Bed
Continental Ranch Copper Moon
3 Bed
3131 W Massingale
Heritage Hills
3 Bed
W Willow Leaf Pl
Willow Ridge Commons
4 Bed
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City Guide
Finding an Apartment in Marana

Marana has a very high vacancy rate in most areas, approaching 20 percent in some parts of the city--probably because the heat is not for the faint of heart. Feel free to negotiate on the price, even if you have no trouble finding something in your price range. With this high of a vacancy rate, you could get a good deal just for asking - here's a place where you can practice those bargaining skills.

Bring a notebook or folder along with everything needed to apply for an apartment, such as credit history, employment and salary history, and any rental references that you might have. Also bring along pet records if you have any critters living with you, and don't forget your checkbook in case you need to double down on a place right then and there.

Neighborhoods in Marana

Avra Valley: Composed of small to medium homes and mobile homes, housing for rent is easy to find here. As a middle income neighborhood, you can take your time looking for the best places to live in.

Naviska: Rents are high here and vacancies are still at about 20 percent. Homes are a mix of medium-to-small houses and townhouses with a mix of renters and owners. The high vacancies mean that your search in this quiet, peaceful neighborhood will not last long. For those who have a hard time waiting, a hunt in this neighborhood is ideal!

Town Center: Medium to small sized houses and mobile homes are in Town Center, and rents are reasonable, if slightly higher than in the Avra Valley area. One plus for this neighborhood is that most homes are newer, complete with updated plumbing, appliances, and electric - who doesn't love a "turn-key" home?

N Casa Grande Highway / West Camino De Manana: This is a great area to live in. Mostly single family homes, in a medium-to-large size can be found here. The vacancy level is still fairly high (13 percent), but not as high as the rest of the city, so make sure you sign on the dotted line when you find something you want.

North Silverbell Road / West Sunset Road: The lowest vacancy rate in Marana can be found here, and the buildings are a mix of medium to large single-family homes along with some mobile homes and condos. You'll find the highest rents in the city here, so if lower price is a consideration you may want avoid falling in love with anything here.

West Pima Farms Road: A wealthy, stable neighborhood, with medium sized housing along with apartment buildings. This is a great place to look for apartments for rent. It has a ten percent vacancy rate. "Honey, I'm home!"

Life in Marana, AZ

Most of the housing in Marana is fairly new, with the majority built after 2000. This is a plus for renters, because it means up to date housing and appliances. The high vacancy rate in Marana means that you can take your time looking for housing and pick and choose from the selection, there's definitely no need to settle. Make those vacancy rates work for you and negotiate on the price when you do find the home of your dreams! You're in Arizona, so the weather is going to be hot and dry all year, so make sure not to forget the sunscreen. Marana is a tranquil place to live, but still close enough to Phoenix and Tucson if you're yearning for the nightlife. Thankfully, you'll be waking up in peaceful Marana the next morning when you need to recover.

Commuting to work

Marana is not a walking city, especially not with the hot Arizona sun beating down on your neck. Most residents have their own vehicles, so commuting to either Phoenix or Tucson is not a problem when living in Marana. You can take public transportation to Tucson if you're willing to brave the trek, since a weekday rush hour service and local "Sun Shuttle" are available.