Kansas Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Kansas (KS)

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Largest Cities in Kansas

Kansas has several large cities with populations greater than 100,000 people. These urban centers offer plenty of great apartments, including Wichita, the state’s biggest city. Other major cities include Overland Park, Olathe, and Topeka – each offering first-rate rental experiences.

Other Large Cities in Kansas

There are reasonably priced and affordable rentals in many of Kansas’s smaller urban communities. In less populated cities like Hutchinson, Leawood, and Dodge City, a potential renter might be able to snatch-up an apartment at an excellent rate.

 

Average July Rental Rates in Kansas


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $575 (-381)
One Bedroom $660 (-283)
Two Bedroom $818 (-348)
Three Bedroom $1,108 (-360)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Kansas Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Kansas $818 -
Nebraska $881 (63)
Oklahoma $765 (-53)
Missouri $841 (23)
Iowa $787 (-31)
Colorado $1257 (439)
 

Rental Trends in Kansas


Month Rent Change
February $781 -
March $799 (18)
April $813 (14)
May $830 (17)
June $821 (-9)
July $818 (-3)
 

Information about Kansas

From big cities to farm towns, Kansas provides a spectrum of rental needs for any apartment dweller. There are many fine communities all throughout this Great Plains state, and renters have enjoyed making their homes in a variety of places.

About 2.8 million people reside in Kansas, making it the 33rd most populous state. Nicknamed both the Sunflower State and the Wheat State, Kansas is one of the country’s major centers of agriculture. Although Kansas is known for its production of crops like sorghum and wheat, the overall economy includes many different industries. Topeka is the state capital and is considered a bustling center of commerce.

All across this beautiful, sweeping Midwestern state are the sites of many wonderful attractions that can pique a range of interests. While Kansas cities can offer the fine dining and shopping you might desire, you also can jump into the past by exploring some of the state’s historical sites. Forged by early settlers, pathways like the Oregon Trail and the Sante Fe Trail both are well-known and well-liked landmarks. Outdoor attractions and sports also are on this state’s list of things to do. While residing in Kansas, you can partake in any number of activities like fishing, horseback riding, and hiking. College athletics also elicit many fans and the University of Kansas has plenty of great teams to cheer for.

No matter where you’d like to move in Kansas, remember to check out MyApartmentMap’s resources during your search for a great rental.