By Rent.com | AZ Big Media
Arizona also home to two popular universities, multiple national parks (ever heard of the Grand Canyon?) and thriving cities with plenty of opportunities. And did we mention the weather? That hot desert climate means plenty of sunshine and shorts all year-round. With so much to offer, the cheapest places to live in Arizona consist of picturesque and popular cities, so no matter your budget, you’ll find the perfect home.
Arizona’s average rent prices
From the upscale city of Scottsdale to the college town of Tempe, rents throughout the state sit on the more affordable side. For example, a one-bedroom apartment will cost you $1,322 on average per month.
While that number is up by almost 8 percent over last year, it’s still close to the median rent for the entire U.S.