The 5 most popular Phoenix neighborhoods for renters by AZBigMedia featured by SVN | SFRhub Advisors

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Renting has been on a steady increase during the past years, and there is no sign of it slowing down. In our hometown, Arizona, we’ve seen this change develop over the years and according to AZBigMedia, below are the top five most popular Phoneix neighborhoods for renters. Would you invest in these areas? Let us know!

Originally posted by AZBigMedia.

Phoenix has some of the best golf courses, water parks, and weather in the country. Phoenix neighborhoods are also some of the most popular for renters.

The appropriately named Valley of the Sun offers about 210 sunny days a year, giving residents plenty of chances to swim and enjoy the outdoors. Large companies like Intel, the American Express Company, and Wells Fargo & Company also call Phoenix home due to the strong local economy.

Whether you are interested in moving to Phoenix for the nice weather, a business opportunity or to retire, we’re here to help you find your perfect neighborhood to call home.

The researchers from Apartment Guide combed through Google data using generic keyword searches and combined those results with the most searched Phoenix neighborhoods on ApartmentGuide.com to determine the five most popular Phoenix neighborhoods with renters.

The research pointed toward neighborhoods ranging from city life to small-town feel, but all within a short distance of great food, entertainment and plenty of things to do. The Valley is the perfect place for young college students, those looking to retire and everyone in between.

Check out this list of the top five Phoenix neighborhoods and a few of their nearby perks.

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