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5816 W. Gelding Dr.
5816 West Gelding Drive
Glendale, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1696 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
2 STORY TOWNHOME IN GLENDALE! - NEW PAINT! NEW KITCHEN COUNTER TOPS!! ALL BEDROOMS UPSTAIRS, LIVING, DINING AND KITCHEN DOWNSTAIRS. 2 CAR GARAGE, PRIVATE BACK PATIO.
1 Unit Available
16252 N 138TH Lane
16252 North 138th Lane
Surprise, AZ | West Point Towne Center
4 Bedrooms
$1,400
1652 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 06:18 AM
Not your typical rental property. This 4 bedroom 2 full bathrooms Property was completely remodeled in 2017. Features granite counter tops, 20x20 in tile in the main areas. carpet in the bedrooms. All Appliances included..
1 Unit Available
9575 N. 81st Dr.
9575 81st Drive
Peoria, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,245
1788 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 07:32 AM
This great home is waiting for you! With a large living room down stairs with a half bath down stairs. Nice sized loft and 3 bedrooms 2 bath upstairs. Kitchen has an island with a nice size pantry.
1 Unit Available
7182 West Stella Avenue
7182 West Stella Avenue
Glendale, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,350
1647 sqft
Last updated March 10 at 05:09 PM
Gorgeous 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with Dramatic Vaulted Ceilings in Master bedroom with walk-in closet, double sinks and Roman tub w/ Sepearte Shower. Enjoy the Spacious Formal Living/Dining Room and Bright & Open Gourmet Kitchen and Family Room.
1 Unit Available
13711 W RANCHO Drive
13711 West Rancho Drive
Maricopa County, AZ | Dreaming Summit
4 Bedrooms
$1,295
1503 sqft
Last updated March 5 at 03:36 AM
SPACIOUS THREE BEDROOM HOME WITH A BEDROOM SIZED DEN. MASTER SPLIT FLOOR PLAN WITH VAULTED CEILINGS, EAT-IN KITCHEN & BRAND NEW CARPETING THROUGHOUT! HOUSE IS LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE BEST SCHOOL DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF ARIZONA.
1 Unit Available
14466 N 58TH Lane
14466 North 58th Lane
Glendale, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1532 sqft
Last updated March 5 at 03:36 AM
NEW CARPET, BLINDS & PAINT THROUGH OUT. EXTREMELY NICE AND SPACIOUS THREE BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE. SINGLE LEVEL. END UNIT. SPLIT BEDROOMS. THIS HOME IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION WITH CERAMIC TILE FLOORS, LARGE ROOMS.
1 Unit Available
8208 W Palmaire Ave
8208 West Palmaire Avenue
Glendale, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1480 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 07:32 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 8208 W Palmaire Ave in Glendale. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
10311 W DENTON Lane
10311 W Denton Ln
Phoenix, AZ | Larissa
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1600 sqft
Last updated October 16 at 10:39 PM
Great Neighborhood, walk to schools, area amenities: Cardinal Football Stadium, Spring Training Dodger Baseball Stadium, Westgate City Center, Shopping, Restaurants and more. 3 Bedrooms plus large bonus room. Large Backyard, Low Maintenance.
1 Unit Available
27159 N 97TH Drive
27159 North 97th Drive
Peoria, AZ | Pleasant Valley
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
2903 sqft
Last updated August 16 at 10:38 PM
Luxurious XL 4bd/3ba home in Pleasant Valley subdivision. Nearly 3,000 sq ft. Large rooms for ultimate luxury. Family room. Living and Dining rooms. Full master suite with separate walk-in shower and tub, double sinks and walk in closets. Fireplace.
1 Unit Available
12641 W. Medlock Dr.
12641 West Medlock Drive
Maricopa County, AZ | Wigwam Creek North
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
2024 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 07:32 AM
Cozy Litchfield Park home is waiting for you.Low maintenance front and back yard. Open kitchen with eat in kitchen nook. Close to shopping great schools and Luke AF base. Pets OK with owner approval. a showing online today at www.rpmphoenixmetro.
1 Unit Available
6832 N 81st Dr
6832 North 81st Drive
Glendale, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,245
1229 sqft
Last updated June 7 at 07:18 AM
Wonderful 4 bed + 2 bath home! Kitchen has raised counter with dining nook. Kitchen includes range, dishwasher and built-in microwave. Family room. Easy to maintain landscaping. 1-Car Garage. Covered Patio with easy to maintain landscaping.
1 Unit Available
11303 W GLENROSA Avenue
11303 West Glenrosa Avenue
Phoenix, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$1,175
931 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 06:18 AM
Great Home!!! A spacious 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Home with neutral colors t/o. Vaulted Ceilings,Tile floors, appliances and nice white cabinets.New blinds and new bath/shower fixtures.
1 Unit Available
12514 W Ash St
12514 West Ash Street
El Mirage, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,395
1699 sqft
Last updated March 25 at 10:43 AM
4 Bedroom + Loft- El Mirage - NOT AVAILABLE TO VIEW UNTIL 2/10/20 Gorgeous home, Extremely clean ready to move in house. 2 stories, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Walk in closets. Downstairs master bedroom with separate toilet room.
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How much is rent in Sun City?
Apartment Rentals in Sun City start at $950/month.
How much is rent in Sun City?
Apartment Rentals in Sun City start at $950/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Sun City?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Sun City apartments that allow pets.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Sun City 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 can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Sun City 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 Sun City?
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 Sun City.
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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 Sun City.
How can I find off-campus housing in Sun City?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Sun City. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Arizona State University-Tempe, GateWay Community College, Mesa Community College, Rio Salado College, and Phoenix College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Sun City. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Arizona State University-Tempe, GateWay Community College, Mesa Community College, Rio Salado College, and Phoenix College.

City Guide

Sun City
Sun City is a retirement community in the Valley of the Sun. In fact, there are requirements when it comes to wisdom and maturity if you want to move here. Okay, there are just minimum age restrictions, so bring ID 'cause we're sure you don't look old enough to retire!
Sun City is a retirement community in the Valley of the Sun. In fact, there are requirements when it comes to wisdom and maturity if you want to move here. Okay, there are just minimum age restrictions, so bring ID 'cause we're sure you don't look old enough to retire!

Sun City is an unincorporated town in Phoenix with about 39,000 residents. The median age in this area is 75 years old, and that's not a coincidence; this is a retirement community for sure. As you can probably guess from the name, the climate is hot and sunny for about eight months of the year. Then from November until about February, it's slightly less sunny, and maybe cold enough for a thin jacket. So if you want to leave a life of snow-shoveling behind when you retire, Sun City is a great area to look for places to rent.

Looking for Property Rentals in Sun City

The cost of living in this area is slightly lower than average -- great if you're a pensioner! Prices for one-bedroom apartments in Sun City start at about $600 a month, while house rentals with two to four bedrooms are about $1000.

Although only about 14 percent of residents rent here, the vacancy rate is about 18 percent. Your search for rental apartments in Sun City shouldn't take too long, and you'll have lots of options. Just take note that most homes were built in the 1970s, although you can surely find a newer place if that's what you prefer.

When to look for a rental:

In Arizona, you'll have to compete with "snowbirds" to get a rental property. Snowbirds are out-of-towners who flock to the warmth of this state when it gets too cold to bear in their own area. Since they tend to be older and retired, they can tie up the rental market for months at a time. Finding a rental in this town will be tough as the temperature drops. As long as you look for rentals when it's warmer (like most of the year!), you have a chance of finding one. After all, who wants to move when it's 120 degrees out?? Oh wait, you do? Carry on then.

What to bring on your apartment search:

Just the usual one month's worth of pay stubs and rental history should do. Oh yeah, you also have to show you are gettin' older since you or a household member needs to be 55 or over. The other residents of your household have to be at least 19 years old to live in Sun City. You might have a better shot at renting a place here if you can show you are kind to the elderly. That means you should leave any raucous roommates behind, since Sun City residents don't take too kindly to college parties. If they did, they'd live in Tempe or Tucson instead!

Looking for Property Rentals in Sun City
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The cost of living in this area is slightly lower than average -- great if you're a pensioner! Prices for one-bedroom apartments in Sun City start at about $600 a month, while house rentals with two to four bedrooms are about $1000.

Although only about 14 percent of residents rent here, the vacancy rate is about 18 percent. Your search for rental apartments in Sun City shouldn't take too long, and you'll have lots of options. Just take note that most homes were built in the 1970s, although you can surely find a newer place if that's what you prefer.

When to look for a rental:

In Arizona, you'll have to compete with "snowbirds" to get a rental property. Snowbirds are out-of-towners who flock to the warmth of this state when it gets too cold to bear in their own area. Since they tend to be older and retired, they can tie up the rental market for months at a time. Finding a rental in this town will be tough as the temperature drops. As long as you look for rentals when it's warmer (like most of the year!), you have a chance of finding one. After all, who wants to move when it's 120 degrees out?? Oh wait, you do? Carry on then.

What to bring on your apartment search:

Just the usual one month's worth of pay stubs and rental history should do. Oh yeah, you also have to show you are gettin' older since you or a household member needs to be 55 or over. The other residents of your household have to be at least 19 years old to live in Sun City. You might have a better shot at renting a place here if you can show you are kind to the elderly. That means you should leave any raucous roommates behind, since Sun City residents don't take too kindly to college parties. If they did, they'd live in Tempe or Tucson instead!

Sun City Neighborhoods

Sun City has a good combination of both suburban and urban neighborhoods. Each is unique in size, age, and price of housing. Check out some of the areas in this town:

Westbrook Village: This is an urban neighborhood within short walking distance to at least three golf courses and a dog park. You'll find lots of small, pet-friendly apartments here, as well as houses and town homes. Unfortunately, the rental prices are about double what you'll find in most parts of Sun City.

W. Lancaster Dr. and N. 99th Dr: The homes in this urban area are a little older but more affordable. Plus, the vacancy rate is higher than Sun City's already high average, making it easier for you to find a place. There are many studios and small apartments, with some houses and mobile homes mixed in.

N. Boswell Blvd. and W. Bell Rd: This is another urban area where walking and even riding your bike is a possibility when you want to go to one of the nearby golf courses. The rent is more affordable here, and you have lots of small apartments and town homes to choose from.

N. 107th Ave. and Lake Pleasant Rd: This is a more suburban part of Sun City that consists of mostly newer, large houses and mobile homes. Take note that it's not as walkable as other areas and has few apartment buildings to choose from.

N .99th Ave. and N. Bolivar Dr: You'll find lots of small apartments, town homes, and houses here. Though it's urban and near shopping centers, most residents who are still employed commute to work by car, with some driving at least an hour each way.$

Sun City Neighborhoods
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Sun City has a good combination of both suburban and urban neighborhoods. Each is unique in size, age, and price of housing. Check out some of the areas in this town:

Westbrook Village: This is an urban neighborhood within short walking distance to at least three golf courses and a dog park. You'll find lots of small, pet-friendly apartments here, as well as houses and town homes. Unfortunately, the rental prices are about double what you'll find in most parts of Sun City.

W. Lancaster Dr. and N. 99th Dr: The homes in this urban area are a little older but more affordable. Plus, the vacancy rate is higher than Sun City's already high average, making it easier for you to find a place. There are many studios and small apartments, with some houses and mobile homes mixed in.

N. Boswell Blvd. and W. Bell Rd: This is another urban area where walking and even riding your bike is a possibility when you want to go to one of the nearby golf courses. The rent is more affordable here, and you have lots of small apartments and town homes to choose from.

N. 107th Ave. and Lake Pleasant Rd: This is a more suburban part of Sun City that consists of mostly newer, large houses and mobile homes. Take note that it's not as walkable as other areas and has few apartment buildings to choose from.

N .99th Ave. and N. Bolivar Dr: You'll find lots of small apartments, town homes, and houses here. Though it's urban and near shopping centers, most residents who are still employed commute to work by car, with some driving at least an hour each way.$

Tips on Getting Around Sun City

Like most of Arizona, Sun City caters to commuters, so you will find it best to have a car here if you still plan to work. There are also lots of shuttles and cabs available for hire. After all, many residents here have medical appointments, tee times, and other important activities they need help getting to if they don't drive. Or step out of the box: the light rail in Phoenix provides transportation around the Valley of the Sun.

One fun fact about Sun City is that the high number of golf courses means lots of people use golf carts to get around. If you don't have far to go, investing in your own golf cart may be wise. Just don't expect to take it on the freeway!

If you're ready to settle down and surround yourself with people who are about your age, Sun City may be right for you. Even if you're as young as 19 and simply feel like an old soul, you just might fit in as long as you plan to live with someone who is 55+. In fact, this is the perfect way to justify living with dear old mom and dad past your college years!

Tips on Getting Around Sun City
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Like most of Arizona, Sun City caters to commuters, so you will find it best to have a car here if you still plan to work. There are also lots of shuttles and cabs available for hire. After all, many residents here have medical appointments, tee times, and other important activities they need help getting to if they don't drive. Or step out of the box: the light rail in Phoenix provides transportation around the Valley of the Sun.

One fun fact about Sun City is that the high number of golf courses means lots of people use golf carts to get around. If you don't have far to go, investing in your own golf cart may be wise. Just don't expect to take it on the freeway!

If you're ready to settle down and surround yourself with people who are about your age, Sun City may be right for you. Even if you're as young as 19 and simply feel like an old soul, you just might fit in as long as you plan to live with someone who is 55+. In fact, this is the perfect way to justify living with dear old mom and dad past your college years!

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City Guide

Sun City
Sun City is a retirement community in the Valley of the Sun. In fact, there are requirements when it comes to wisdom and maturity if you want to move here. Okay, there are just minimum age restrictions, so bring ID 'cause we're sure you don't look old enough to retire!
Sun City is a retirement community in the Valley of the Sun. In fact, there are requirements when it comes to wisdom and maturity if you want to move here. Okay, there are just minimum age restrictions, so bring ID 'cause we're sure you don't look old enough to retire!

Sun City is an unincorporated town in Phoenix with about 39,000 residents. The median age in this area is 75 years old, and that's not a coincidence; this is a retirement community for sure. As you can probably guess from the name, the climate is hot and sunny for about eight months of the year. Then from November until about February, it's slightly less sunny, and maybe cold enough for a thin jacket. So if you want to leave a life of snow-shoveling behind when you retire, Sun City is a great area to look for places to rent.

Looking for Property Rentals in Sun City

The cost of living in this area is slightly lower than average -- great if you're a pensioner! Prices for one-bedroom apartments in Sun City start at about $600 a month, while house rentals with two to four bedrooms are about $1000.

Although only about 14 percent of residents rent here, the vacancy rate is about 18 percent. Your search for rental apartments in Sun City shouldn't take too long, and you'll have lots of options. Just take note that most homes were built in the 1970s, although you can surely find a newer place if that's what you prefer.

When to look for a rental:

In Arizona, you'll have to compete with "snowbirds" to get a rental property. Snowbirds are out-of-towners who flock to the warmth of this state when it gets too cold to bear in their own area. Since they tend to be older and retired, they can tie up the rental market for months at a time. Finding a rental in this town will be tough as the temperature drops. As long as you look for rentals when it's warmer (like most of the year!), you have a chance of finding one. After all, who wants to move when it's 120 degrees out?? Oh wait, you do? Carry on then.

What to bring on your apartment search:

Just the usual one month's worth of pay stubs and rental history should do. Oh yeah, you also have to show you are gettin' older since you or a household member needs to be 55 or over. The other residents of your household have to be at least 19 years old to live in Sun City. You might have a better shot at renting a place here if you can show you are kind to the elderly. That means you should leave any raucous roommates behind, since Sun City residents don't take too kindly to college parties. If they did, they'd live in Tempe or Tucson instead!

Looking for Property Rentals in Sun City
+

The cost of living in this area is slightly lower than average -- great if you're a pensioner! Prices for one-bedroom apartments in Sun City start at about $600 a month, while house rentals with two to four bedrooms are about $1000.

Although only about 14 percent of residents rent here, the vacancy rate is about 18 percent. Your search for rental apartments in Sun City shouldn't take too long, and you'll have lots of options. Just take note that most homes were built in the 1970s, although you can surely find a newer place if that's what you prefer.

When to look for a rental:

In Arizona, you'll have to compete with "snowbirds" to get a rental property. Snowbirds are out-of-towners who flock to the warmth of this state when it gets too cold to bear in their own area. Since they tend to be older and retired, they can tie up the rental market for months at a time. Finding a rental in this town will be tough as the temperature drops. As long as you look for rentals when it's warmer (like most of the year!), you have a chance of finding one. After all, who wants to move when it's 120 degrees out?? Oh wait, you do? Carry on then.

What to bring on your apartment search:

Just the usual one month's worth of pay stubs and rental history should do. Oh yeah, you also have to show you are gettin' older since you or a household member needs to be 55 or over. The other residents of your household have to be at least 19 years old to live in Sun City. You might have a better shot at renting a place here if you can show you are kind to the elderly. That means you should leave any raucous roommates behind, since Sun City residents don't take too kindly to college parties. If they did, they'd live in Tempe or Tucson instead!

Sun City Neighborhoods

Sun City has a good combination of both suburban and urban neighborhoods. Each is unique in size, age, and price of housing. Check out some of the areas in this town:

Westbrook Village: This is an urban neighborhood within short walking distance to at least three golf courses and a dog park. You'll find lots of small, pet-friendly apartments here, as well as houses and town homes. Unfortunately, the rental prices are about double what you'll find in most parts of Sun City.

W. Lancaster Dr. and N. 99th Dr: The homes in this urban area are a little older but more affordable. Plus, the vacancy rate is higher than Sun City's already high average, making it easier for you to find a place. There are many studios and small apartments, with some houses and mobile homes mixed in.

N. Boswell Blvd. and W. Bell Rd: This is another urban area where walking and even riding your bike is a possibility when you want to go to one of the nearby golf courses. The rent is more affordable here, and you have lots of small apartments and town homes to choose from.

N. 107th Ave. and Lake Pleasant Rd: This is a more suburban part of Sun City that consists of mostly newer, large houses and mobile homes. Take note that it's not as walkable as other areas and has few apartment buildings to choose from.

N .99th Ave. and N. Bolivar Dr: You'll find lots of small apartments, town homes, and houses here. Though it's urban and near shopping centers, most residents who are still employed commute to work by car, with some driving at least an hour each way.$

Sun City Neighborhoods
+

Sun City has a good combination of both suburban and urban neighborhoods. Each is unique in size, age, and price of housing. Check out some of the areas in this town:

Westbrook Village: This is an urban neighborhood within short walking distance to at least three golf courses and a dog park. You'll find lots of small, pet-friendly apartments here, as well as houses and town homes. Unfortunately, the rental prices are about double what you'll find in most parts of Sun City.

W. Lancaster Dr. and N. 99th Dr: The homes in this urban area are a little older but more affordable. Plus, the vacancy rate is higher than Sun City's already high average, making it easier for you to find a place. There are many studios and small apartments, with some houses and mobile homes mixed in.

N. Boswell Blvd. and W. Bell Rd: This is another urban area where walking and even riding your bike is a possibility when you want to go to one of the nearby golf courses. The rent is more affordable here, and you have lots of small apartments and town homes to choose from.

N. 107th Ave. and Lake Pleasant Rd: This is a more suburban part of Sun City that consists of mostly newer, large houses and mobile homes. Take note that it's not as walkable as other areas and has few apartment buildings to choose from.

N .99th Ave. and N. Bolivar Dr: You'll find lots of small apartments, town homes, and houses here. Though it's urban and near shopping centers, most residents who are still employed commute to work by car, with some driving at least an hour each way.$

Tips on Getting Around Sun City

Like most of Arizona, Sun City caters to commuters, so you will find it best to have a car here if you still plan to work. There are also lots of shuttles and cabs available for hire. After all, many residents here have medical appointments, tee times, and other important activities they need help getting to if they don't drive. Or step out of the box: the light rail in Phoenix provides transportation around the Valley of the Sun.

One fun fact about Sun City is that the high number of golf courses means lots of people use golf carts to get around. If you don't have far to go, investing in your own golf cart may be wise. Just don't expect to take it on the freeway!

If you're ready to settle down and surround yourself with people who are about your age, Sun City may be right for you. Even if you're as young as 19 and simply feel like an old soul, you just might fit in as long as you plan to live with someone who is 55+. In fact, this is the perfect way to justify living with dear old mom and dad past your college years!

Tips on Getting Around Sun City
+

Like most of Arizona, Sun City caters to commuters, so you will find it best to have a car here if you still plan to work. There are also lots of shuttles and cabs available for hire. After all, many residents here have medical appointments, tee times, and other important activities they need help getting to if they don't drive. Or step out of the box: the light rail in Phoenix provides transportation around the Valley of the Sun.

One fun fact about Sun City is that the high number of golf courses means lots of people use golf carts to get around. If you don't have far to go, investing in your own golf cart may be wise. Just don't expect to take it on the freeway!

If you're ready to settle down and surround yourself with people who are about your age, Sun City may be right for you. Even if you're as young as 19 and simply feel like an old soul, you just might fit in as long as you plan to live with someone who is 55+. In fact, this is the perfect way to justify living with dear old mom and dad past your college years!