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Studio Apartments for Rent in Phoenix, AZ - 276 Rentals available

Phoenix, AZ Demographics

  • Total Population1,514,208
  • Female 755,143
    Male 759,065
  • Median Age33.2

Average Rent for Studios in Phoenix, AZ

  • The average rent for studios in Phoenix, AZ, June, 2018$955/mo
  • Studio$701
  • 1 Bedroom$880
  • 2 Bedrooms$1,040

Phoenix, AZ Studios Rent Ranges

  • < $5004%
  • $501-$70060%
  • $701-$1,00028%
  • $1,001-$1,5008%

Phoenix, AZ Studios Rent Trends

Average Rent All rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds
Jun / 2018 $955 $701
Sept / 2017 $935 $687
May / 2017 $932 $687
Jan / 2017 $906 $664
Sept / 2016 $894 $645
May / 2016 $882 $627
Jan / 2016 $851 $604
Sept / 2015 $832 $595
May / 2015 $811 $574
Jan / 2015 $778 $555

Phoenix, AZ Households

  • Total Number of Households525,610
  • Family 332,349
    Non-family 193,261
  • Children 189,721
    No Children 335,889
  • Average People Per Household2.85
  • Median Household Income$47,326
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$978

Phoenix, AZ Education Statistics

  • No High School9%
  • Some High School36%
  • Some College24%
  • Associate Degree7%
  • Bachelor Degree16%
  • Graduate Degree8%

Renting a studio apartment in Phoenix, AZ

Studio apartments are becoming more popular than ever. Just type the two words in your search box and you’ll discover an infinite number of pages praising these single bedroom apartments and offering invaluable advice on how to transform yours into the perfect home. Whether you’re looking to put some money aside, or you just want to declutter and downgrade, RENTCafé will help you choose from a fine selection of 84 Phoenix, AZ properties. About 84 rental units are located in Phoenix, AZ, with the average rent currently at $1,186. The average size for a Phoenix, AZ studio apartment is 748 Sqft, but it doesn’t hurt to know that not all studios are the same. If you’re looking for cheap apartments, you can find a great deal for as low as $575. One room apartments with the kitchen in the main room are usually the most affordable. Opting for a cheap studio is a great decision for your wallet, even if it might take some getting used to living in a smaller space.

They’re not called efficiency apartments for nothing

We might all be victims of the “go big or go home” philosophy, but just think about all the benefits a small apartment can bring. Choosing an efficiency apartment means that you can live in the best part of town. Also, imagine how little time you’ll have to spend cleaning or how little money you need to spend on furniture and decor. Once you find an efficiency apartment you like, don’t let it slip away. You can apply for a lease online right here on RENTCafé. If you still want to go bigger and you’re not on a tight budget, you can check out some bachelor flats that have a separate kitchen. They tend to cost more than a one room apartment, the most expensive studios in Phoenix, AZ renting for up to $4,758. Regardless of your preference, among the 84 Phoenix, AZ apartments are, you’re sure to find a studio that fits your lifestyle and your personal taste.