Rent trend data in Phoenix, Arizona

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Phoenix Rent Trends

As of November 2018, average rent for an apartment in Phoenix, AZ is $1119 which is a 6.97% increase from last year when the average rent was $1041 , and a 0.09% decrease from last month when the average rent was $1120.

One bedroom apartments in Phoenix rent for $986 a month on average (a 5.88% increase from last year) and two bedroom apartment rents average $1197 (a 7.69% increase from last year).

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All Beds
$1119
1 Beds
$986
2 Beds
$1197


All Beds

2 Beds

1 Bed


MonthAll Beds1 Beds2 Beds
11/2018$1,119$986$1,197
10/2018$1,120$985$1,193
9/2018$1,148$1,013$1,216
8/2018$1,123$993$1,198
7/2018$1,110$976$1,183
6/2018$1,105$967$1,178
5/2018$1,117$980$1,188
4/2018$1,096$956$1,155
3/2018$1,075$937$1,130
2/2018$1,059$937$1,126
1/2018$1,043$931$1,104
12/2017$1,032$923$1,091
11/2017$1,041$928$1,105
10/2017$1,035$923$1,107
9/2017$1,031$917$1,106
8/2017$1,048$924$1,132
7/2017$1,065$933$1,146
6/2017$1,064$936$1,139
5/2017$1,062$932$1,133
4/2017$1,049$926$1,118
3/2017$1,045$923$1,108
2/2017$1,024$907$1,077
1/2017$1,025$904$1,085
12/2016$1,027$899$1,097
11/2016$1,027$901$1,095
10/2016$1,055$924$1,127
9/2016$1,046$919$1,120
8/2016$1,048$919$1,124
7/2016$1,051$920$1,122
6/2016$1,062$929$1,141
5/2016$1,029$897$1,100
4/2016$1,017$888$1,083
3/2016$1,014$888$1,080
2/2016$1,003$875$1,058
1/2016$999$873$1,053
12/2015$1,001$870$1,053
11/2015$1,000$866$1,052
10/2015$997$859$1,038
9/2015$1,003$857$1,030
8/2015$1,009$846$1,019
7/2015$1,008$832$999
6/2015$1,020$819$996
5/2015$999$823$1,000
4/2015$958$812$988
3/2015$933$777$975
2/2015$928$768$961
1/2015$920$755$954
12/2014$913$745$934
11/2014$884$726$911
10/2014$888$719$910
9/2014$886$712$912
8/2014$884$707$908
7/2014$883$711$910
6/2014$840$691$887
5/2014$827$684$876
4/2014$832$705$868
3/2014$830$702$863
2/2014$838$712$867
1/2014$851$724$880
12/2013$848$719$871
11/2013$844$696$850
10/2013$862$705$852
9/2013$851$694$843
8/2013$844$699$836
7/2013$820$690$835
6/2013$827$695$841
5/2013$809$693$835
4/2013$803$697$837
3/2013$816$706$851
2/2013$823$702$855
1/2013$810$694$849
12/2012$803$672$843
11/2012$820$683$842
10/2012$825$700$843
9/2012$830$691$839
8/2012$820$686$839
7/2012$826$694$850
6/2012$812$681$830
5/2012$805$670$816
4/2012$822$685$829
3/2012$813$683$836
2/2012$851$720$881
1/2012$830$695$860
12/2011$817$675$846
11/2011$819$688$850
10/2011$824$690$859
9/2011$816$673$844
8/2011$817$643$810
7/2011$814$575$763
6/2011$813$578$743
5/2011$830$600$764
4/2011$839$624$798
3/2011$850$623$797
2/2011$827$608$788

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Phoenix Average Rent By Neighborhood

Desert View
$1396
Central City
$1380
North Gateway
$1184
Camelback East
$1149
Paradise Valley
$1084
Encanto
$1036
Deer Valley
$1013
South Mountain
$962
North Mountain
$907
Maryvale
$854
Alahambra
$846

The most expensive Phoenix neighborhoods to rent apartments are in Desert View, Central City, and North Gateway.

The cheapest Phoenix neignborhoods to rent apartments in are Alahambra, Maryvale, and North Mountain.

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Desert View Apartments
Central City Apartments
North Gateway Apartments
Camelback East Apartments
Paradise Valley Apartments
Encanto Apartments
Deer Valley Apartments
South Mountain Apartments
North Mountain Apartments
Maryvale Apartments
Alahambra Apartments