2023 FMRs in Arizona by county. Click on the map below to view FMRs for a particular county.
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FMRs vary across Arizona based on County and ZIP code as well as number of bedrooms. The average FMR for a two-bedroom apartment in Arizona is $1,180.
The highest average FMR for a two-bedroom apartment in the United States is $1,951 in Hawaii. The lowest for a two-bedroom apartment is $519 in Puerto Rico.
FMRs in Arizona are based on the price of monthly rent plus the cost of essential utilities. FMRs vary by county or ZIP Code. Generally areas with a lower population density have a lower gross rent (lower FMRs) but there are exceptions.
View the Fair Market Rents Overview for detailed information on how FMRs are calculated. Click on a specific county on the map or from the table below for detailed FMR information including Small Area FMRs.
How does Arizona compare?
The highest FMR for a two-bedroom apartment in Arizona is $1,740 in Maricopa County and Pinal County. The lowest FMR for a two-bedroom apartment is $905 in Santa Cruz County.
Arizona ($1,180) has a 7.7% higher FMR for 2-Bedroom housing than the average of the US ($1,096) and therefore has a higher gross rent.
Arizona is rank 20th out of 56 States and territories. This means the FMRs, or in other words, the gross rent is higher than 36 other States and territories. Arizona is the 20th most expensive State or territory in terms of FMRs.
Average FMRs for Arizona
|La Paz County||8th||$743||$844||$1,111||$1,579||$1,605|
|Santa Cruz County||15th||$605||$688||$905||$1,240||$1,245|
More on Arizona
Want to learn more about Arizona? See Loan Limits in Arizona to view maximum loan amounts or click here to find a Public Housing Authority in Arizona who can help with finding affordable housing near you.
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Fair Market Rents are estimated by the HUD.