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Old 12-13-2007, 10:39 AM
 
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I would like some feedback from my fellow bulletin board members as to which condos or apartment complexes you feel are the best bargains to rent for at least a year. I would like to hear from everyone but especially from people that either live in these complexes or know some one. Please be candid about your comments.

My preferences are Oro Valley, The Foothills and Northern Tucson in that order. If you have another areas of Tucson in mind, I am open to suggestions.

I would not like to pay much more than $1,000 monthly rent, less would be preferable. A condo which includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. With a patio or balcony, washer and dryer in unit and cover parking spot.

I would like as many amenities as possible such as a pool, spa and nice views. If you feel I am being unrealistic, please tell me so and offer me any advice you are able to. Also when is the best time to get the best selections?

I have been searching on the Internet and found ads for Pusch Ridge Aparment Homes and Foothills Luxury Condos at Sunrise and Kolb. Can any one offer me an opinion on these?

In other words I am looking for the best value for the dollar but quality, comfort and safety are also important.

Thank you,

Oro79
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Old 12-13-2007, 06:12 PM
 
Location: Southern Arizona
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One quick question, Oro79 . . . where are you going to be working?

Commuting is Tucson can be a real booger so being close to work is very important.

As an quick answer to your question, the very small complex where I live has rentals (2 or 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a full 2 car garage) for about 800 or so bucks a month . . . sometimes. Personally, I prefer a smaller "less factory" style environments over those big complexes.

Good Luck!
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Old 12-13-2007, 08:37 PM
 
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One quick question, Oro79 . . . where are you going to be working?

Commuting is Tucson can be a real booger so being close to work is very important.

As an quick answer to your question, the very small complex where I live has rentals (2 or 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a full 2 car garage) for about 800 or so bucks a month . . . sometimes. Personally, I prefer a smaller "less factory" style environments over those big complexes.

Good Luck!
Bummer to answer your question more specifically I plan to concentrate my work efforts on Oro Valley and the Foothills, but have not rule out exploring other areas of Tucson.
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Old 12-24-2007, 01:37 AM
 
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Hello! A friend of mine found this web site very helpful when looking for an apt. in the Tucson, Oro Valley area. There are also residents and ex-residents who rate the apts. After clicking on the link, be sure to scroll down before just putting in the search criteria you are looking for. There are ratings and info on different apts. you may have heard of, or may find by search, that will come in handy.
Best to you,
janel

http://www.apartmentratings.com/rate/AZ-Tucson.html
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