Roger Whitemoore

A Property Manager at Whitemoore Property Management

Roger Whitemoore

Whitemoore Property Management

A Property Manager based in Evansville, IN

 
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Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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The Metropolitan Evansville Transit System (METS) serves the entire Evansville area, providing bus services to all sections of the city throughout the day. The METS offers 22 fixed routes and 2 routes that connect the bus to other cities and other bus routes so that residents can access nearby areas. The fare is only $1.00, so riding is affordable for any resident that needs to utilize the service. The city also maintains paths for bikers and walkers, many of which are on road so that bikers can access the city via bike.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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Evansville offers tons of recreational activities for children and adults and is an exciting place to live for anyone that likes to stay busy. The Victory Theatre, The Centre Downtown, the Mesker Amphitheatre, and the Ford Center all hold concerts, plays, competitions, and other events. The Mesker Amphitheatre is the most notable as a 8500 outdoor theatre that holds concerts for small bands to nationally recognized artists. The Mesker Park Zoo is a great place for families and exhibits animals from all over the world in natural open habitats that give visitors the feeling that they are seeing the animals in the wild. The city also maintains 65 parks and 21 special facilities that range from large sports complexes to open fields.

 
Renter Friendly

Renter Friendly

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In its 2009 list of the best US cities for businesses and careers, Fort Wayne ranked #67, which is impressive considering it’s not as large or well-known as some of the cities that it joined on the list. It also ranked #5 on cost of living, making it one of the most affordable cities in the U.S., and #12 for the cost of doing business. All of these rankings show why Fort Wayne is one of the best U.S. cities to rent in, especially with its low cost of living; housing is very affordable. The median rent is $751, which is a couple hundred less than the U.S. average of $950.

 
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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Fort Wayne has twelve bus routes that run through the city so residents don’t have to own a car or walk to a job, doctor’s appointment, etc. Citilink runs these services. CampusLink is a shuttle service in the city that’s mainly geared towards students because it commutes between campuses. Also, the bus companies Greyhound and Lakefront Lines service the area for traveling between cities. Despite these options, public transit isn’t very popular. Only 1% of residents use it every day to get to work.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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Indianapolis is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, and one of the main reasons why is its inexpensive housing. The cost of the average two bedroom apartment is $745, which is cheaper than the same property in most of its suburbs, such as Greenwood, Camby, Plainfield, Brownsburg and Avon. To put it another way, Indianapolis is the second largest city in the Midwest; the largest city, Chicago, costs twice as much, $1627, for the average two bedroom apartment. Indianapolis has a wide variety of places to choose from, no matter what your price range is.

 
Schools & Education

Schools & Education

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For primary and secondary education, Indianapolis has nine school districts that serve the city, the largest being Indianapolis Public Schools with 37,000 students. For higher education, the city is home to eleven colleges and universities. The most well-known schools are Ball University, the University of Indianapolis, and the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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Barely anyone here in Indianapolis takes advantage of public transit options, mostly because they aren’t very extensive. Instead, 92% of the residents here drive to work every day. The city is connected to six interstates, six U.S. highways, and four state highways. The average commute for a person going to work, one way, is around 25 minutes, usually. This is identical to the state average of 25 minutes, and just a minute quicker than the U.S. average of 26.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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Even though the weather isn’t perfect here year round, there are plenty of places to enjoy the sun in the spring, summer, or even fall. The city has 10,000 acres of public open space split between 200 parks. Indianapolis is also home to the Indy 500, the famous annual car race that is the largest single day sporting event in the world with 257,000 seats. If you’re not a racing fan, the city also has professional football and basketball teams, as well as competitive collegiate sports. Indianapolis is also home to many museums, including the largest children’s museum in the world.

 
Pet Friendly

Pet Friendly

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Pets are very common in Carmel. There are five dog friendly attractions in the city to take your pup, and even an off leash dog park (Club Canine Dog Park). There are many stores in the area that have all the necessities you need for taking care of your animal. Veterinarians (Carter Veterinary Medical Center, Carmel Veterinary Clinic), pet stores (Petland, two Petcos), pet boarding/sitting (Fetch! Pet Care), groomers (Paws & Claws Pet Grooming), and even a bakery for pet treats (Izzy’s Place - a Dog Bakery) can be found here in this city.

 
Recreation

Recreation

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Carmel has been recognized with many awards for its parks and recreations programs, and dedication to the environment. It received an Engineering Excellence Award for its Keystone Parkway project, a Climate Protection Award for its environmental initiatives, the #14 spot on CNN Money’s Best Places to Live in 2010, and has been named a Bicycle Friendly Community. Carmel offers public access to 15 parks, a recreational center, and an aquatic center. The largest park is Central Park, which is 161 acres and has its own skate park and water park. If you love to exercise and stay fit, or just enjoy a nice day outside, Carmel is perfect for you.

 
Schools & Education

Schools & Education

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All of the public schools in Brownsburg are run by the Brownsburg Community School Corporation. The one public high school in town is Brownsburg High School. The standardized test scores there have averaged 13.6% higher scores than the stateaverage, and the graduation rate in 2011 was an incredible 95%. The city’s private high school, Bethesda Christian School, has averaged similar grad rates, but slightly better test scores: they average 27% better than state average. Also in the city are two public middle schools and six public elementary schools.

 
Renter Friendly

Renter Friendly

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Brownsburg was recently included in CNN Money’s well-known Best Places to Live in the U.S. list. They ranked #33 overall, and #1 in the state of Indiana. This acclaim is explained by the city’s award-winning school district, very low crime, and an abundance of recreational opportunities for residents. The community offers friendly locals and great dining options. Whether you’re married, have a family, or are single, you’ll be able to enjoy renting here.

 
Restaurants

Restaurants

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Original eateries and chain restaurants alike are easily found here in Plainfield. Places like the El Jaripeo (Mexican), Thai Orchid (Thai), Favorite Indian Cuisine (Indian), El Meson (Mexican) are excellent places to enjoy a quality dinner. Or, go see why Sal’s Famous Pizzeria earned its name (hint: the food is amazing). Two popular Indiana chains, Flap-Jack’s Pancake House and the Stone Creek Dining Company, have locations in Plainfield.

 
Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Plainfield is not only one of the safest cities in the Indianapolis metropolitan area, but in the entire country. Neighborhood Scout, a site that provides crime data and reports for every city, put Plainfield as #55 on the top 100 Safest Cities in the U.S (and #2 in the state behind Carmel). In the average American community, the chance of becoming a victim of a crime is one in 30. In Plainfield, the chances are only one in 75. You will definitely notice how safe the community feels here.

 
Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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You can get to Indianapolis fairly easily from Greenwood, as it’s only twelve miles north of it. To do so, you can either take Interstate 65, or Route 31. Even though Route 31 is shorter distance-wise, the interstate usually has less traffic and will get you there quicker during rush hour. If you live here, you will probably be taking one of these two routes to Indianapolis, as 95% of Greenwood residents drive a vehicle to work. Barely anyone (.01%) takes public transportation to work.

 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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Greenwood is one of the more expensive areas to rent in the Indianapolis metropolitan area. The average two bedroom apartment here will go for around $787, and using the 2br price tag, this is how Greenwood compares to other cities: Indianapolis ($753), Franklin ($744), Camby ($722), Beech Grove ($611), and Plainfield ($840).

 

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