Indiana Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Indiana (IN)

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Largest Cities in Indiana

Indiana has several major cities that offer great apartments at reasonable prices. The largest city in the state is Indianapolis, which has an estimated population of more than 800,000 people. Bloomington, South Bend and Fort Wayne also are large urban centers with excellent rental options.

Other Large Cities in Indiana

Columbus, Greenwood, and Valparaiso are among Indiana’s popular smaller cities where potential renters can easily discover a first-rate selection of apartments. These smaller communities may have apartments available at reasonable rental rates.

 

Average August Rental Rates in Indiana


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $616 (-341)
One Bedroom $646 (-306)
Two Bedroom $774 (-396)
Three Bedroom $976 (-497)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Indiana Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Indiana $774 -
Kentucky $780 (6)
Illinois $1405 (631)
Ohio $787 (13)
Tennessee $912 (138)
Missouri $843 (69)
 

Rental Trends in Indiana


Month Rent Change
March $758 -
April $760 (2)
May $770 (10)
June $774 (4)
July $768 (-6)
August $774 (6)
 

Information about Indiana

From its southernmost border near Kentucky to its northwest corner by Chicago, the state of Indiana has a lot to offer its residents. Those interested in renting an apartment there can expect much of the same.

Overall, Indiana has a total population of about 6.4 million people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Metropolitan Indianapolis has more than 1.5 million residents. The state’s workforce is employed in a variety of industries, including manufacturing and agriculture. A number of exceptional universities and colleges are stationed in Indiana, as well. This Hoosier State of America’s Heartland is home to University of Notre Dame, Purdue University, and Indiana State University.

Whether your interest is piqued by shopping in a large city or by attending a major sporting event, Indiana has it all. The unique social and cultural elements of Broad Ripple Village in Indianapolis, for example, might be the kind of place you’re looking for if you want arts, entertainment and eateries. For sports, the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway and home to the Indianapolis 500 is a popular destination that can hold approximately 400,000 people. If you’re seeking an outdoor activity that’s off the beaten path, visit Azalea Path Arboretum & Botanical Gardens located in the southwestern part of the state or take a Quilt Gardens Tour in Amish County to the north.

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