In Scottsdale, you can expect to pay $1,464 on average for a one bedroom apartment. This is a 34% decrease since the same time last year. If you’re looking for something even more affordable and spacious, try searching our list of apartments in Chandler instead.
If you’re looking for lower rents than what you can find in Scottsdale, your best bet will be Tempe or Mesa (both located along the Salt River). These cities are also close enough that you could commute if necessary—but they may have higher crime rates than some other areas of the Phoenix metro area.
Scottsdale has plenty of things going for it: great weather, plenty of parks and hiking trails within city limits (including Camelback Mountain), excellent restaurants and shopping opportunities such as Fashion Square Mall. However there are some downsides too: high costs mean that many residents end up driving everywhere instead of walking; while there are no sales tax on clothing items over $100 dollars here this doesn't apply to other goods so expect your grocery bill will be higher than average too!
Scottsdale is a friendly and welcoming city that caters to both young families as well as retirees looking for a relaxing place to enjoy their golden years. The cost of living is high but rent costs are relatively low compared to other major cities in Arizona.