We Serve the Greater Premier Area

Keyrenter Premier has proven to be successful time and time again, which is why we are eager to expand in order to offer our services wherever we can.

We know our strategy works, and we hope each one of our customers can experience that strategy firsthand.

By realizing that each person and property has unique needs, Keyrenter is able to find the right tenants, perform proper maintenance, and much more so you can reap the benefits you deserve.

We currently provide our services to select areas in the Premier area but may expand to others down the road.

Cities We Serve

Chandler

Once one of the fast growing, medium-sized cities in the United States, Chandler continues to grow. With its roots in agriculture, many of the cotton farms dotting the surrounding areas have long since been replaced with housing developments, but the small town atmosphere remains. With a population now approaching 260,000 residents, there is a booming business climate and vibrant lifestyle for all to enjoy. Home to Intel and numerous other tech oriented companies, this suburb of Arizona is home to one of the most diverse communities you will find anywhere in America.

The weather in the Valley of the Sun is hot and dry in the summer, with mild winters. This makes for great golfing conditions year round, and there are several courses throughout the city to satisfy residents and visitors alike. Opportunities for a variety of outdoor and indoor activities alike abound, and there are several major shopping centers and movie theaters to keep one entertained during the hot summer days.

There are more than 100,000 housing units in Chandler, with new communities continuing to be built. The public school system is among the best in the state, with one high school running an IB program, and the athletic programs continually competing well for state championships in a variety of sports. There are numerous parks dotting the landscape of the city, and the annual Ostrich Festival is one of the most attended weekend events in the state of Arizona. With several major youth organizations calling the city home, there are numerous recreational opportunities for young people, including regularly scheduled after school activities.

Housing prospects throughout the city are numerous. From well-established single family neighborhoods to condominium complexes to lake side living, you can find it all here. Phoenix is easily accessible via the 101, 202, and 60 freeways, and Arizona State University is only a few miles away. Being a technological hub, residents will enjoy quality Internet access and the availability of world class research facilities. Job prospects throughout the region continue to be plentiful, making this a highly sought after location to raise a family and have a rewarding career and lifestyle.

With an average household income of over $81,567, the housing marking in Chandler continues to be particularly strong. The city is home to young professionals and families, in addition to well established residents that have called the area home for generations. The median home price in the area currently sits at just under $255,000, with rent values in the $1,450 per month range. The price per square foot has gradually been increasing over the past 12 months, moving from $133 per square foot to the current $142.

Fountain Hills

Even with housing values down over the past year, the median sales price stands among the highest in the Phoenix, Arizona area at $290,000. This puts the average price per square foot at $174, while the median rent per month is a most respectable $1,950. Fully 53% of the adults in this community are college educated, with residents on the mature side of a median age of 53. Fountain Hills is a place to call home, as evidenced by 94% of the population being homeowners, and roughly 26% of those are single residents. The median household income in the city stands at approximately $83,400.

As a little known suburb of the Phoenix area, Fountain Hills benefits from being off the beaten path a bit yet close enough to make use of all the amenities afforded to a major metropolitan area. With a mix of rural desert and urban living, residents here enjoy a quality of life that attracts thousands of winter visitors annually. With abundant leisure activities available, a quality school system, and numerous community organizations, this is a medium sized city with a small town atmosphere that many find most appealing. The focal point of this city is a large fountain that shoots water hundreds of feet up in the sky multiple times a day, a spectacle that can be seen from the surrounding areas.

Outdoor activities abound in Fountain Hills, owing to the beauty of the surrounding area. Residents and visitors are attracted to the numerous golf courses that have a desert feel. Each course is professional caliber, which is why so many winter visitors call this their part time home in order to get their fill of the game every year. Mountain trails dot the city landscape, which provides numerous hiking and mountain biking opportunities. Several major lakes are within a short driving distance away, allowing for ample boating and water sports activities. In short, there are abundant opportunities for recreation, making this a place that affords residents a quality of life not often found in a city of this size.

Schools throughout this Arizona community are well developed and maintained. There are countless parks in the area, and many community centers provide after school activities for young people. This is a great place to raise a family away from the urban center of Phoenix, while still making use of the infrastructure that is solidly in place here. The city is away from the metropolitan area, but can be reached in a short 30-minute drive via a four lane state maintained highway.

Gilbert

The housing market in Gilbert continues to sizzle, with the median home price now topping $273,000. This is among the highest in the East Valley. This puts the price per square foot at an average of $135, with the median rent per month now standing at $1,400. With more than 50% of the city possessing a college degree, the median household income in the area is just over $84,000, while the median age remains relatively low at 33. Roughly 78% of adult residents in the city are homeowners, with 20% of the population being single.

With a population now going over the 230,000 mark, this is no longer a small farming town in the middle of the desert. In fact, it is a vibrant place to call home, with many national reports ranking Gilbert as one of the top places in the nation to raise a family. With a mix of public, charter, and private schools dotting the landscape, this is a young community with a lot going for it. Shopping centers and neighborhoods continue to pop up everywhere, will narrow two lane farming roads have long since been replaced by four lane roads leading to all parts of the Valley of the Sun. This is has all made this location in Arizona one of the most sought after places to live this decade.

New neighborhoods continue to be built in this part of Arizona, but one can still see and smell the farms that continue to abound. With several horse parks around, residents can frequently spot a horse or two being taken out for a morning stroll. The downtown area has recently undergone a revitalization process, and it is quite the place to be for lunch, or for an even cocktail. With numerous parks are in the area, with one lake that allows for water skiing. There is a great deal for children and adults alike to take part in, from organized sports leagues, to multiple golf courses. It is a great place to call home.

Gilbert is home to a quality school district, and employment options abound with the city continuing to attract new industry to the city. Its close proximity to Phoenix, and ready access via two major freeways, making commuting a snap, and residents can return home to the peaceful community that they now call home. All four major sports teams have a presence in the area, with Arizona State University only 15 minutes away.

Glendale

With a median sales price of $188,000, there are tremendous purchases to be made in this section of Arizona. The sales price average is on the low end compared to other suburban cities in the Phoenix area, making this an attractive area for young professionals and families just getting their start. The average price per square foot currently sits at a relatively low $115, while the median per month of $1,250 is also among the lowest in the region.

Home to both a National Hockey League and National Football League team, Glendale has arrived on the national scene in a big time way. Once a sleepy little agricultural area in the northwest corner of the Valley of the Sun, the city has mushroomed to well over 200,000 residents and continues to grow. Spring training baseball is in the city, Luke Air Force Base is nearby, and employment opportunities continue to abound. The school system is highly rated, with several new educational facilities having been built in recent years. This is a great city to call home and raise a family in.

Beyond enjoying the Coyotes and Cardinals playing their home games in Glendale, residents receive tremendous economic benefits from the major national sporting and concert events that regularly take place in this city. The Super Bowl and National College Football Championships are regular fixtures here, and that College Basketball Final Four will make its first ever appearance in 2017. In addition, there are numerous parks and recreational facilities throughout the surrounding area that keep young and old active. With the mountains never very far away, many residents and visitors alike enjoy hiking or mountain biking on any of the numerous trails dotting the city landscape.

Glendale is a family oriented community with long held traditional values. The city is experiencing tremendous growth, which has resulted in a building boom that continues to this day. This has also created more job opportunities throughout the area, leading to a median household income in the $55,000 range. The median age in the city is 34 years of age, with 75% of the adults in the area being homeowners. Roughly 27% of the population is single, and there is a thriving entertainment and nightlife district that further creates that sense of community many individuals in society crave today. This is a great place in Arizona to call home and raise a family.

Mesa

The housing market is warm, with the median home value in the city currently standing at $200,700. This is up over 8% when compared to last year, and it is estimated that values will rise a further 12% in the next 12 months. With the median household income in Mesa rising near $50,000, houses are well within the price range of many, making this a desirable location for young families and retirees alike to reside.

As the largest of the suburbs in the Phoenix area, Mesa is home to a vibrant and growing community. The city is the Spring Training home for the Chicago Cubs and the Oakland A’s, comprises one of the largest public school districts in the country, and has great weather year round. It is little wonder that over 450,000 people call this city their year round home, with thousands more migrating here to spend every winter season.

Mesa is situated in the desert region of Arizona, and benefits from an average of 330 days of sunshine every year. While the summers in the area are notoriously hot and dry, residents benefit from mountain retreats just a few short hours away. The city is home to numerous golf courses, and opportunities for outdoor activities abound. Set at the base of the Superstition Mountains, hiking and mountain biking are popular weekend activities.

The area is home to more than a few young families, and recreational sports leagues are in abundant supply. Each league is well managed and takes place at many of a number of city parks and recreational facilities that dot the city landscape. Adults can get in on the action as well, with many opportunities via community organizations and recreational leagues designed for men, women, and coeds alike.

Retirees will find a welcoming spirit in this area of Arizona. Home to more than a dozen age restricted communities, singles and couples from all over the country call the city home for several months a year. There are organized activities, and numerous assisted living facilities designed for those that need a bit of extra help. Crime rates are low, educational services high ranked, and the overall quality of life is well known throughout the state.

With access to Phoenix via two major freeways and the newly completed train link, commuting is simplified from many points in the city. The area is home to a major university, and all four majors sports leagues have a presence in the Valley of the Sun, all making this a great location to call home.

Paradise Valley

This town is the most expensive place to live in the Phoenix metro area. The median home value was $1,567,800 as of February 2016, and these prices have been increasing in recent years and are expected to continue steadily increasing. There was a 6.1% increase in value from 2014 to 2015, with a further 1.5% increase expected by the end of 2016. The median sale price is also high at $1,223,588. The median income of the city is $150,228 for singles and $164,811 for families, with a very high per capita income of $81,290. Forbes named the town the 71st most expensive in the United States in a 2012 study, and it was the most expensive not just in Arizona but in the entire Southwest region.

Paradise Valley is a small suburban town located immediately north of Scottsdale and just a short drive to the northeast of Phoenix. This town is currently the wealthiest of the Phoenix suburbs, with the highest overall property values in the metro area. It is more than just an enclave for Arizona’s elite, however, as it also boasts eight resorts and year-round tourism that peaks during the winter months when the snowbirds from up north come calling.

When the greater Phoenix area was being settled in the late 1880s, Paradise Valley was originally an area set aside for cattle grazing. The town formally incorporated in its modern state just after World War II, with affluent residents choosing to settle there due to the natural beauty of the Palo Verde trees and the colorful wildflowers that bloom every spring.

The term “exclusive enclave” is thus not an unfair way to describe the town, but for those who can afford it, it is a truly lovely place to live. The town is a hiker’s paradise with Mummy Mountain in the center and Camelback Mountain and the Phoenix Mountains Preserve along its borders. Within a short drive are also the Phoenix Sonoran Desert Preserve, Mcdowell Mountain Regional Park, Estrella Mountain Regional Park and South Mountain Park. It is also situated in a very convenient location in the midst of a cluster of the most populous cities in Arizona. Phoenix is adjacent to the southwest, Scottsdale to the south, and Glendale, Tempe, Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler are all within about an hour’s drive.

Most town residents who are employed commute to Phoenix or Scottsdale for work. Employment directly in Paradise Valley is largely provided by the resorts there, such as the JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort and Spa and the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia, but many of these employees commute in from other nearby cities. Phoenix is the home of the headquarters of four Fortune 500 companies — Avnet, Freeport-McMoran, PetSmart and Republic Services. Some other notable companies who either have headquarters or major regional operations in the city include Intel, U-HAUL, American Express, Best Western, the University of Phoenix, Honeywell and US Airways. Scottsdale is also home to a number of popular resorts as well as the headquarters of Honor Health, General Dynamics C4 Systems and one of the country’s three Mayo Clinics. All in all, the greater Phoenix metropolitan area has one of the stronger economies in the country.

Peoria

The housing market in Peoria has been hot for quite some time now. The current median sales price is up to $231,000, with the average price per square foot standing at a good $124. The median rent in the city is $1,335 per month, which compares favorably to other cities in the Valley of the Sun. Crime is low by comparison, and housing values are slated to hold steady in the coming months. This is a mature area with the median age standing at 38. Working professionals rule the day in the city, with the median household income having risen in recent years to its current level of $62,235. Throughout the city, 81% of residents own their home, while 25% of the population is single.

As one of the most rapidly growing cities in Arizona, this is a city on the rise. In the northern part of the Valley of the Sun, Peoria is home to several Spring Training Cactus League Teams, a booming economy, and a thriving school district. It is a highly sought after suburb in the West Valley to live in, with numerous employment opportunities and easy access to Downtown Phoenix. With an average 330 days of sunshine every year, it is easy to see why so many young families and retirees alike enjoy calling this place home. There are numerous outdoor and indoor activities to keep everyone entertained depending on the weather, so one never lacks for something to do here.

Golf courses are plentiful in the surrounding area, as are city and community parks. Young people have plenty of organized activities to hold their interest, while city leagues for adults are in plentiful supply as well. The Peoria Unified School District is highly rated, with several schools receiving an A+ rating from the United States Department of Education. Many people enjoy the proximity to home Arizona Cardinals football and Coyotes hockey games, so that is an added bonus as well. Rounding out the professional sports scene, the Diamondback and Suns are not very far away, with easy access via the freeway the cuts through the city.

This is a growing community that has a lot going for it. Young families and working professionals alike have found a home here, and a thriving and vibrant community awaits all who choose to reside in this section of Arizona.

Phoenix

A variety of homes can be found in the area that are either for sale or available to rent. According to Zillow, the city’s median home value is $188,500 as of January 2016. Rent Jungle states that as of February 2016, a one-bedroom apartment rents on average for $898 per month and a two-bedroom apartment rents for $1,179.

Phoenix is the capital city of Arizona and combines the best aspects of metropolitan and desert living. Since its initial founding in 1867, many people have moved to this city to enjoy the pleasant weather and a more comfortable way of living.

Many leading corporations have set up headquarters in the city, which has created numerous job opportunities for locals. Top employers include U-HAUL International, Mesa Air Group and PetSmart.

Given its desert climate and southwestern location in the United States, the city is known for its exceptionally hot weather throughout much of the year. Summer temperatures in the daytime often reach over 100 degrees with the hottest time of the year occurring from early June until the end of September. December through February is usually the coldest time of year with temperatures rarely dipping below 40 degrees. Rainfall is generally light throughout each season.

The Deer Valley and Paradise Valley unified school districts oversee most of the local elementary, middle and high schools. Many of these schools have earned high rankings for their educational programs and positive teacher-student interactions. Arizona State University in nearby Tempe is often a top choice for students who wish to pursue higher education opportunities.

Some of the world’s most unique museums can be found within the city limits and the neighboring communities. The Heard Museum features a permanent collection of kachina dolls and also plays host to the annual World Championship Hoop Dance Contest. Instruments from all around the world are displayed inside the Musical Instrument Museum. The Pueblo Grande Museum Archaeological Park is home to several pre-Columbian ruins.

Many great opportunities for outdoor fun can be found within the area. Hiking, fishing and other popular outdoor activities can be enjoyed by spending a day at Papago Park. The Desert Botanical Garden is an attraction that features many indigenous plant species. The Castles N’ Coasters amusement park consists of thrill rides, arcades and a miniature golf course.

Scottsdale

In 2019 the median home value in Scottsdale is $480,200. Scottsdale home values have gone up 5.3% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 2.3% within the next year. Prices have been on a significant and steady increase overall since hitting a low in 2011. The overall health of the market is considered to be stable, with only 0.1% homes with negative equity and 0% of homes delinquent on their mortgages.

First settled as an agricultural center in the late 1800s, Scottsdale has gradually morphed over time into a major tourist destination of the Western states. The city is currently home to over 70 hotels and resorts and is tied with Atlanta for having the fourth-highest number of AAA Five-Diamond hotels. Though the economy is largely based on the city’s reputation as a white-collar getaway spot and a haven for winter snowbirds from colder northern states, locals love the area for the temperate year-round climate and the beauty of nearby national parks such as the Sonoran Desert, Tonto National Forest and Agua Fria National Monument.

The city is at a central location in Arizona, with most of the state’s major cities within a drive of no more than an hour or two. Phoenix and Glendale are just a short trip to the west, and just to the south are Tempe, Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler. This cluster of major cities sits in the center-south of the state, intersected by interstates 10 and 17. Tucson, Flagstaff, southern California, Las Vegas and the Sonora area of Mexico are all also within a 24-hour drive of the city.

The motto of the city, “”The West’s Most Western Town,” was adopted in the early 1950s. Over time the city has really embraced this spirit, developing as a getaway and entertainment center that celebrates nightlife in an area where it can otherwise be somewhat hard to find. Young and hip urban professionals tend to flock to the city for the array of clubs, bars, restaurants, culture and high-end shopping that it boasts. Scottsdale is also heaven for those who enjoy a spa trip, as it is considered one of the premier destinations in the United States for high-end treatments.

Of course, the city isn’t just a getaway destination. Tourism does account for almost 40% of the city’s total economy, but it is also a major medical center. One of the country’s three Mayo Clinics is located here, and the city’s largest single employer is the Honor Health system. A number of major companies are also headquartered in the city, among them Dial, Discount Tire, Fender, Go Daddy, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro and Taser. Phoenix is also a short enough drive away that many people commute there for work, opening up a new world of job possibilities.

For those who enjoy a good show, the city is also home to many annual events, many of which are centered around the city’s Western and Arizona state heritage. Some examples that draw visitors in the tens of thousands each year include the Arabian Horse Show, the PRCA Rodeo, the Barrett-Jackson Auto Show, the Scottsdale Culinary Festival and Fashion Week.

Tempe

The housing market in Tempe right now is hot. The median home value has gone up roughly 9% in the past year, now reaching just over $244,000. It is estimated that the value wise by a further 3.3% in the coming year. With such a large university nearby, there are abundant condo and apartment options available nearby, with many houses for rent as well. The average monthly rental in the city stands at $1,360, which is just slightly higher than the normal rate for the Phoenix metropolitan area, and compares favorably with the national average.

Tempe might be completely landlocked on all four sides, but this city has a most vibrant and electric feel to it throughout. Home to Arizona State University, one of the ten largest universities in the nation, there is never a shortage of things to do. Tempe Town Lake is a big draw, as are the numerous golf courses that attract novice and professional golfers alike during almost every month of the year. As a major suburb in the Valley of the Sun, the infrastructure is sound and technology is booming with the designation of ASU as a major international research based institution. In short, it is a great place to call home.

This Arizona city is home to several large high schools, numerous private and parochial schools, and the primary school system is top notch. Many young families call this city home, owing to its community atmosphere and excellent facilities that abound. There is something for people of all ages to engage in. With several large national and international companies making their headquarters in the area, jobs are plentiful and the economy is solid. New office space has recently become available, adding to the attraction of the area.

Sun Devils football is always an attraction in this part of the state, and with a newly renovated stadium soon to be completed, excitement runs high. The city is hot and dry in the summer, with a most pleasant spring, fall, and winter awaiting all who are here. Spring Training baseball has a presence in the city, making this a great training ground for aspiring athletes. The Kirsten Golf Course is here, along with numerous others to keep everyone moving along. Kiwanis Park offers an indoor swimming pool, wave attraction, and numerous sports fields to house youth and adult sports of all varieties. There is something happening almost every day of the week, all year long, which further adds to the attraction of calling this area home.

With Phoenix the next city over, all four professional leagues have a presence here and are accessible within a short drive. Major freeways and access to wireless Internet throughout the city add to the quality of life that make this area so attractive.

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