Apartments for Rent in Chandler, AZ

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the average rent in Chandler, AZ?

The average rent in Chandler, AZ is at $1,646. There are 118 apartments for rent in Chandler, AZ to choose from, with prices between $1,100 and $10,000 per month.

How to search for apartments for rent in Chandler, AZ?

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How to find Chandler, AZ apartments for rent I can afford?

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Renter’s City Guide to Chandler, AZ

Introducing Chandler Expenses & Housing Stats Jobs & Education Lifestyle & Renting Tips

Chandler began as a resort town when it opened the first major golf resort in the state in 1913. Since then, it has grown into a vibrant, oasis-like city with ideal weather conditions, fine dining, shopping and resorts, making it ideal for people of all ages. This resort feel is complemented by the city’s proximity to Phoenix. Chandler is also home to a large number of events and festivals that are held all year long. And, because the city lies close to the mountains, locals often head out for outdoor exploration, dine in the city or go to a sports game. 

How big is Chandler? 

With 247,000 residents, Chandler is similar in population to Madison, Wis., and is the fourth-most populous city in the state of Arizona, after Mesa, Tucson and Phoenix. Boasting a total of 64 square miles, the city is one-eighth the size of Phoenix and half the size of Mesa. 

How far is Chandler from other cities? 

The city of Phoenix is merely 22 miles away. Mesa, Ariz., is nine miles away, while Tempe, Ariz., is about 14 miles away from Chandler. 

What is the weather like in Chandler?

Chandler is known for having 330 sunny days per year (90% of the entire year). It’s also famous for its hot weather, with highs reaching the 100s in the months of June, July and August. Winter temperatures here average in the 60s and 70s and rain is scarce, with the city experiencing just nine inches per year. This is actually more than double the amount of rainfall that Las Vegas receives.

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What are the advantages of living in Chandler? 

The sunny, warm weather; wealth of outdoor adventure opportunities; and the city’s proximity to Phoenix are some of Chandler’s strong suits. Sports lovers surely appreciate the fact that, during spring training, 15 major league teams are part of the Cactus League Spring Training and make their homes in and around Phoenix.

What are the disadvantages of living in Chandler? 

 The weather can often get scorching hot here. In 2016, the city experienced the record-breaking temperature of 117°F. In fact, the city continuously averages in the 100s during the summer months and is part of a desert area. So, instead of lush trees and shrubs, it boasts a lot of rock features. The sales tax was ranked 11th-highest in the country, with Chandler at 7.8% and Phoenix at 8.6% sales tax.

Chandler Demographic Highlights

Total Population 252,692
Female
Male
127,865
124,827
Median Age 36.3
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Is living in Chandler expensive? 

Living in Chandler is more expensive than Mesa or Tempe, with the cost of living here hovering around the same amount as the affluent community of Scottsdale, Ariz. 

How much does a meal cost in Chandler?

A three-course meal for two at a mid-range restaurant costs around $40, on average. A regular cappuccino is priced at $4.45.

What is the public transportation system like in Chandler? 

The city is served by Valley Metro, which offers buses and light rail routes with monthly passes starting at $25. Public transportation in the city is also minimal, thanks to the city’s proximity to Phoenix.

How much do taxi fares cost in Chandler? 

Ride-sharing like Uber and Lyft are quite popular here, with the former actually having an office in nearby Phoenix. Average taxi rides cost $1.37 per kilometer and rides to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport from Chandler cost around $57.77. 

What is the traffic like in Chandler? 

Local traffic statistics are often merged with Phoenix’s data, but traffic in the city is comparable to that of Austin and Salt Lake City. This is quite good when compared to other metro areas of the U.S. 

How much do utilities cost in Chandler?

Basic monthly utilities for a 915-square-foot apartment cost $194.75, which is above the $185.87 average price in Phoenix.

Chandler Rent Statistics

Apartment Rent Ranges

$501 - $7000%
$701 - $1,0001.64%
$1,001 - $1,50025.48%
$1,501 - $2,00065.27%
> $20007.6%

Average Rent Trends

What is the average rent in Chandler?

The average rent for an apartment in Chandler is $1,646 per month.

What is the average apartment size in Chandler?

The average apartment size in Chandler is 940 sq. ft.

What is the rent for a studio apartment in Chandler?

Rent for a studio apartment in Chandler ranges between $1,325 and $2,128 per month.

What is the rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Chandler?

Rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Chandler ranges between $1,215 and $4,504 per month.

What is the rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Chandler?

Rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Chandler ranges between $1,335 and $5,684 per month.

What is the rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Chandler?

Rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Chandler ranges between $1,925 and $6,861 per month.

Chandler Housing Statistics

Occupied Housing Units 91,216
Owner occupied 64.91%
Renter occupied 35.09%
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Where to work in Chandler? 

Unemployment in the city is generally better than in Phoenix and much lower than in other places in the state of Arizona, as well. The primary economic forces in Chandler are the computer chip industry and banking. Intel ensures more than 11,000 jobs in its four facilities, while Wells Fargo and the Bank of America are two of the city’s largest employers.

Chandler Employment Statistics

White Collar 115,728
Blue Collar 18,732
White Collar 86.07%
Blue Collar 13.93%
Self Employment 10,643
Private Companies 101,491
Governmental Workers 15,037
Not for Profit Companies 7,289
Self Employment 7.92%
Private Companies 75.48%
Governmental Workers 11.18%
Not for Profit Companies 5.42%
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What are the top colleges in Chandler?

Chandler-Gilbert Community College is the closest community college to Chandler, located one city away in Gilbert and offering a two-year degree. Arizona State University lies 14 miles from the city in Tempe and was ranked #1 on the list of “Most Innovative Schools in America” by US News & World Report. With more than 350 degree programs, the Tempe campus boasts a student population of more than 50,000.

Chandler Education Statistics

No High School3.07%
Some High School23.46%
Some College23.08%
Associate Degree8.87%
Bachelor Degree26.45%
Graduate Degree0%
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What are the most popular activities in Chandler? 

Chandler’s proximity to Phoenix ensures plenty of fun and popular activities for residents to enjoy, from sporting events to horseback riding. 

What sports teams are there in Chandler?

Chandler residents will enjoy access to Phoenix’s professional sports teams, which include the NBA’s Phoenix Suns, the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals, the MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks and the NHL’s Phoenix Coyotes. 

What are the best family attractions in Chandler? 

The local parks here are fantastic, as they offer an abundance of hiking trails and six aquatic areas boasting pools, water slides, splash pads and more - ideal for family fun. The Desert Breeze Hummingbird Habitat is also an interesting and peaceful place to spend time observing hummingbirds. 

What couples attractions are there in Chandler? 

The walkable downtown core features boutique shopping, galleries and dining opportunities — great places for a date night with your significant other. Couples can also taste the latest microbrews in the city.

What events are there in Chandler? 

The Jazz Festival — which takes place every spring — and the Downtown Block Party, held every November, are some of the most prominent annual events in Chandler.  

What is the food scene in Chandler like?

Chandler’s food scene is quite diverse, offering a wide selection of cultural cuisines ranging from food trucks to fine dining restaurants. 

Chandler Household Statistics

Total Number of Households 91,216
Average People Per Household 3
Median Household Income$82,925
Average Household Income$106,392
Family
Non-family
62,651
28,565
Children
No Children
33,792
57,424

What to know about renting in Chandler?  

As a renter in Arizona, read the entire lease thoroughly to fully comprehend your and your landlord’s rights. Landlords in Chandler need to provide clean, safe, and habitable units to residents and are unable to raise rents during your lease period. After this period ends, there’s no limit to the amount they can raise the rent.

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