38 Apartments for rent in Somerton, AZ

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Starting at $800
Updated 8 days ago
589 E ORCHID ST
589 E ORCHID ST
Somerton, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$800
Starting at $750
Updated 23 days ago
143 S SUNSET AVE
143 S SUNSET AVE
Somerton, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$750
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Starting at $565
Updated 7 hrs ago
Regency Square Apartments
2350 S Avenue B
Yuma, AZ
1 Bedroom
$565
2 Bedrooms
$785
Community amenities in luxury complex include spa, two pools and laundry care center. Homes feature A/C, private patios and open floor plans. Located in Yuma, close to the Yuma International Airport.
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Starting at $1,095
Updated 2 days ago
2212 S. 37th Dr. Bldg. 20 Unit A
2212 S. 37th Dr. Bldg. 20 Unit A
Yuma, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,095
Starting at $900
Updated 2 days ago
2715 W. 29th St.
2715 W. 29th St.
Yuma, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$900
Starting at $875
Updated 5 days ago
2045 S 14th Ave #48
2045 S 14th Ave #48
Yuma, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$875
Starting at $900
Updated 6 days ago
2625 S Las Palmas Vista Ave
2625 S Las Palmas Vista Ave
Yuma, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$900
Starting at $1,650
Updated 6 days ago
3127 S. 47th Dr.
3127 S. 47th Dr.
Yuma, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,650
Starting at $2,000
Updated 11 days ago
2869 S PACIFIC AVE
2869 S PACIFIC AVE
Yuma, AZ
Studio
$2,000
Starting at $2,000
Updated 11 days ago
2110 S DEL VALLE WY
2110 S DEL VALLE WY
Yuma, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
Starting at $800
Updated 19 days ago
2643 S MESA AVE
2643 S MESA AVE
Yuma, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$800
Starting at $1,350
Updated 21 days ago
3644 W. 25th Pl.
3644 W. 25th Pl.
Yuma, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,350
Starting at $1,375
Updated 21 days ago
3660 W. 25th Place
3660 W. 25th Place
Yuma, AZ
5 Bedrooms
$1,375
Starting at $1,000
Updated 22 days ago
2155 S 14th Ave #61
2155 S 14th Ave #61
Yuma, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
Starting at $1,750
Updated 29 days ago
3625 W. 25th Ln.
3625 W. 25th Ln.
Yuma, AZ
5 Bedrooms
$1,750
Starting at $950
Updated 2 months ago
2753 S MADISON AVE
2753 S MADISON AVE
Yuma, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$950
Starting at $1,400
Updated 2 days ago
2699 S MOONLIGHT WAY
2699 S MOONLIGHT WAY
Yuma, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
Starting at $825
Updated 4 days ago
2262 W BROOK ST
2262 W BROOK ST
Yuma, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$825
Starting at $1,650
Updated 6 days ago
1477 S. 33rd Dr.
1477 S. 33rd Dr.
Yuma, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,650
Starting at $875
Updated 6 days ago
1635 LAS LOMAS ST
1635 LAS LOMAS ST
Yuma, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$875
Starting at $1,000
Updated 8 days ago
6565 E 33rd Lane
6565 E 33rd Lane
Yuma, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
Starting at $2,000
Updated 11 days ago
2869 S PACIFIC AVE
2869 S PACIFIC AVE
Yuma, AZ
Studio
$2,000
Starting at $900
Updated 12 days ago
3012 S LIME AVE
3012 S LIME AVE
Yuma, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$900
Starting at $950
Updated 13 days ago
1545 E WASHINGTON LN
1545 E WASHINGTON LN
San Luis, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$950

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City GuideSomerton

Somerton has been recognized, both regionally and nationally, for its efforts toward becoming a "Green City."

Somerton, AZ, was one of the first cities in this region of the country to introduce a citywide recycling program. In addition, the city supports several solar energy systems throughout the town. Maybe the desert location has something to do with it, but Somerton is a city that prides itself on quality of life for its residents. With deep Native American and Mexican histories, Somerton is a place that seems to hold on to the important values of caring for the earth and its people in healthy and sustainable ways.

Moving to Somerton

Somerton is about 10 miles southwest of Yuma, right on Arizona's border with California at the Colorado River. The border with Mexico is about 10 miles to the south. Life here is heavily influenced by its location with a vibrant Mexican history shown by the many festivals held throughout the year in Somerton.

Finding a rental in Somerton is not too difficult. There are no bad times of year to start looking here. August and September can be pretty warm -- into the 100s -- but a little air conditioning gets you through. And, as the locals say, it's a dry heat! You will need to be ready to come up with deposits, of course: generally first month's rent and a security deposit.

Once you find a place that you like, don't be afraid to negotiate a little for a good deal. If you have good credit or a good payment history, landlords are more willing to make concessions such as renting with all bills paid or reducing the security deposit.

Neighborhoods of Somerton

Somerton occupies about 1.3 square miles and is a well-planned city of neighborhoods. Coming in from Yuma on Highway 95, the city can be divided into northern and southern areas.

North of Highway 95: You'll find several residential communities between Highway 95 and Jefferson Street including Somerton Townsite, Company Addition to Somerton Townsite, Camarillo Estates, Miller, Rivera Estates and Somerton Villa. This area also has a couple of local parks: Perricone Park and Council Avenue Park. North of Jefferson Street you'll find the areas of Amistad Estates, Johnson of Somerton, Las Haciendas, Vargas Estates, and Veranda Estates.

Highway 95 Corridor: This is a great place to find apartment complexes in Somerton to call home, as there are several clustered on this main road. Studio apartments and one-bedroom apartments are common here, and you are within walking distance of essentials.

South of Highway 95: Down to Garvin Avenue, there are the areas of Sunset Estates, Lozanos, Parkway, Somerton Gardens, Desert Valley Estates, Palo Verde Gardens, Zocalo Gardens, and Santa Clara. There are two local parks -- Main Street Park and Joe Munoz Park -- for enjoying the Arizona sunshine. From Garvin Avenue south to the town line at West 17th Street, you'll find the neighborhoods of Las Estrellas, Valle Sereno Estates, and Valle Del Sol.

Living in Somerton

Somerton takes care of its citizens and provides many activities to keep people active and connected. The city operates a community center, a town swimming pool, a senior center, as well as a youth center.

The biggest event of the year is the Somerton Tamale Festival. Over 30,000 people invade this little city each December to celebrate cultural diversity and the area's Mexican heritage.

In addition to its Mexican heritage, Somerton is also the native land of the Cocopah. This Native American tribe has built many opportunities for economic growth in the area with the Cocopah Casino, the Cocopah Resort and Conference Center, a golf course, RV resort, and the Cocopah Museum. There is even a Wild River Family Entertainment Center and the Cocopah Speedway that has races on Saturday nights and is up-and-coming as a motor sports destination.

At first glance, Somerton may seem way out there, but this community -- with its lack of traffic jams, low crime, and events and entertainment for the whole family -- is a great choice when looking for your next apartment rental.

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