How much can i expect to get for a single family rental in Ahwatukee?

Asked by DJ, Phoenix, AZ Fri May 22, 2009

I have a single family, single story house (built 1978), 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, around 1600~1800 SQFT, near I-10 in Ahwatukee.

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Mr.P, , Arizona
Sun May 24, 2009
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Hey DJ

Here is a link to Homes that are currently availible for rent in Ahwatukee.

http://www.flexmls.com/cgi-bin/mainmenu.cgi?cmd=url+other/ru…

It is difficult to tell you how much you can expect, without actually seeing the home, and what it and the neighborhood have to offer.

Atleast with this info you can get a "ballpark" figure.

Good Luck
Patrick
Web Reference:  http://www.AZRE.TV
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Azrentalhome…, , Phoenix, AZ
Sat Mar 20, 2010
Give us a call or send us an email with the address, age, # beds/baths and any special features. We can compare you home to actual, non-mls listed rentals in the area. Most rental property is not listed on MLS so those comps are usually not ideal. We have actual info from currently rented homes in the area.
Web Reference:  http://www.AzRentalHomes.com
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Jordan Muela, , Austin, TX
Sat Mar 13, 2010
This is totally dependent on what the going rate is. Go do the research yourself by looking at craislist, rentals.com, homerentalsplus.com, oodle, etc. and see what comparable units are renting for.

Remember that your mortgage should not dictate your rental rate and has absolutely no correlation to what the unit can or should rent for.

You might want to get some feedback from a local property manager. You can find a resource for doing that below.
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The Urban Te…, Agent, Phoenix, AZ
Wed Jul 15, 2009
Yours is one of the most asked questions we receive from residential landlords. In response, we wrote an article addressing the topic on our real estate investment blog site. The URL for the exact article is as follows:

http://www.greatinvestmenthomesaz.com/2009/03/how-to-determi…

Many of the property managers we've interviewed lately tell us they are having to offer pretty strong incentives to procure tenants... there is just a lot of competition out there these days.

Hope this helps a bit.
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Bradly Jones, , Scottsdale, AZ
Tue May 26, 2009
Lee McPheters, director of the JPMorgan Chase Economic Outlook Center at Arizona State University says that "we have the worst large labor market in the country (out of metro areas with at least 1 million workers). We are even weaker than Detroit." Expect to only be able to get it to rented for 3-4 months out of the year. There is a population exodus from Phoenix, the 2nd worst kidnapping capital in the world.
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