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Old 07-27-2011, 05:00 AM
 
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I had a good experience renting from Hazen Townhomes - I lived in one of their properties for 3 years, and loved having a house as opposed to an apartment. They were very responsive to any maintenance issues I had (which were not common, fwiw). They have locations in various areas around the city - where I lived was just off Campbell on Adelaide (close to Casa Molina mentioned upthread). That neighborhood tended to me more students, though, which I didn't like (I worked at UA and wanted to escape from students when I got home) but the commute was easy.
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Old 07-30-2011, 08:53 AM
 
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Also, it wouldn't hurt to ask the apt. complex for a discount. I'm sure some are really hurting for tenants! Most offer discounts to military/law enforcement. Maybe they offer one for medical care workers? Agree with the others...stick with River Rd or even further north if you are willing to drive a little longer. I had a friend who lived in La Reserve Villas in Oro Valley and it was really nice with great hiking nearby. If you are interested in the foothills, I used to live at Pinnacle Canyon and really liked it. Not sure what the current rates are though. La Reserve for my friend was around $700.
uhhmmmm, not really. the demand in the rental market is picking up pace quickly, especially in AZ (due to massive foreclosure rate), do dont be surprised to see rental managers saying "no" to such requests. i think the summer deals are in so look for those.
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Old 07-30-2011, 09:12 PM
 
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I'd suggest looking east of the University, out to Swan between Broadway and Grant. This is pretty central and there are nice neighborhoods here and there. Best to just drive around and talk with locals.
There are some nice places along Pima Road or just off a little ways from there. Easy access to everything central but not too noisy. Not really sure that you are going to find the young professionals grouping en masse here (look to the downtown area for this). Maybe you'd like the areas just west of Fourth Ave. north of Sixth street, there maybe something for rent there?? Definitely close to all the "action."
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Old 07-31-2011, 09:19 AM
 
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I'd suggest looking east of the University, out to Swan between Broadway and Grant. This is pretty central and there are nice neighborhoods here and there. Best to just drive around and talk with locals.
There are some nice places along Pima Road or just off a little ways from there. Easy access to everything central but not too noisy. Not really sure that you are going to find the young professionals grouping en masse here (look to the downtown area for this). Maybe you'd like the areas just west of Fourth Ave. north of Sixth street, there maybe something for rent there?? Definitely close to all the "action."
i dont see anywhere in tucson where you have young professionals grouping. tucson doesnt have such. its a college town, and most graduates ("young professionals") leave to bigger/better cities for better pay and better social life.
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