We Serve the Following Areas
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, a local property management company in Scottsdale AZ, 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
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.
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.