A Leased Home Experience Like No Other

A truly unique alternative to the typical rental experience, Avilla neighborhoods feature single level, detached homes for lease in a gated enclave. The one, two and three-bedroom floor plans have private entrances, backyards and outdoor patios, along with high-end finishes such as 10' ceilings, granite/quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and more. The pet friendly communities offer the perks of neighborhood living with optional garages, resort-style pool, beautifully landscaped recreation areas, and even an electric car charging station - all maintained by a professional management company, without mortgage payments or HOA fees.

A New Dynamic that has Reshaped Housing

The vision for Avilla's neighborhoods comes from its parent company, NexMetro Communities, a pioneering Phoenix-based development company focused exclusively on building private leased-home neighborhoods. NexMetro was created in 2012 by a group of innovative entrepreneurs who identified an unfulfilled niche in housing.

The housing industry turmoil of the past decade, along with the evolution of the American Dream, prompted these visionaries to bring a new kind of residential development to the market. They found that consumers have fundamentally changed the way they think about what makes their lives richer, what they value, and how they choose to live. This shift has created a new dynamic that has reshaped the housing market for millennials, young families and baby boomers alike.

Evolution of the Avilla Brand

The company has evolved as a premier builder of this hybrid housing option - designed to provide a viable alternative to consumers who desire the freedom and flexibility of a lease, with the privacy and independence that come with living in a single-family home.

There are more than 27 Avilla neighborhoods either completed, under construction or in development in the Tucson, Phoenix, Dallas and Denver markets, representing more than 3,500 homes. The company continues its exponential growth, with plans to continue building new Avilla neighborhoods in new markets in Sunbelt states.