Kentucky Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Kentucky (KY)

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Largest Cities in Kentucky

Reasonably priced apartments that are situated near popular attractions can be found in Kentucky’s biggest cities. Louisville is the largest city in the state with a metropolitan area of nearly 1.3 million people. Not only are excellent apartments found in Louisville, but also in urban centers like Owensboro and Bowling Green, where rental housing is offered at a variety of rates.

Other Large Cities in Kentucky

Kentucky’s urban centers range in size and offerings, but popular communities include Lexington, Florence, and Paducah. Depending on the individual renter’s needs, these cities – and many more – have an outstanding selection of apartments.

 

Average August Rental Rates in Kentucky


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $669 (-288)
One Bedroom $659 (-293)
Two Bedroom $780 (-390)
Three Bedroom $1,017 (-456)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Kentucky Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Kentucky $780 -
Tennessee $912 (132)
Indiana $774 (-6)
Illinois $1405 (625)
Ohio $787 (7)
West Virginia $758 (-22)
 

Rental Trends in Kentucky


Month Rent Change
March $745 -
April $762 (17)
May $790 (28)
June $784 (-6)
July $779 (-5)
August $780 (1)
 

Information about Kentucky

Kentucky, which famously is known as the Bluegrass State, provides a range of rental opportunities all throughout its borders. Whether metropolitan life is what you’re looking for in a city like Louisville or a lifestyle that’s rustic, this commonwealth has plenty of rental options.

With Frankfort as the capital city, this Southern state has a total estimated population of about 4.3 million people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. A huge portion of the state’s total populous resides in metro Louisville in the area of north-central Kentucky. The state’s Cabinet for Economic Development says that Kentucky industries with top employment include services, manufacturing, and trade, transportation and utilities. Nearly 400 international companies have operations in Kentucky, according to the Cabinet. The state also offers many academic institutes, including University of Kentucky.

Outdoor activities, wonderful attractions, and great entertainment, all are abundant in this Southern state. Mammoth Cave National Park is a prime example of one of Kentucky’s well-known destinations. The park is home to the world’s largest system of caves and has been dubbed a World Heritage Site. Another significant attraction is the Kentucky Derby, a Thoroughbred horse race that’s annually held in Louisville. At the same time, if you’re looking for great food and excellent live music, there are numerous options to choose from throughout the state. The International Bar-B-Q Festival offers a plethora of barbecued foods and draws thousands to the city of Owensboro every year.

Whether you’re moving to Kentucky from outside the region or simply need to find another apartment, renting in the Bluegrass State might be the option that suits you best.