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Indiana Apartments and Homes
Indiana's history has proven that its nickname, "The Crossroads of America," is appropriate. As the country was expanding, American settlers moved through the land on their way west. Today, Indiana still acts as America's crossroads, with its transportation systems helping move products all over the nation. However, despite its image as a place that people move through, Indiana is a great place to look for apartment rentals and settle down.
What to Expect
Indiana's population of about 7 million can really spread out over the 1.1 million acres of land available for outdoor recreation. Sports enthusiasts and nature lovers alike enjoy the state's abundant forests, nature preserves and wildlife and fishing areas. For those who prefer to watch their sports from the comfort of the couch in their apartments, they can take their pick from the Indiana Pacers professional basketball team, the Indianapolis Colts in pro football and, of course, the Indianapolis 500.
Indiana's climate is made up of hot summers and cold winters, so apartment rentals with good heating and air conditioning may be a priority for you. July and August can get uncomfortable when temperatures reach the 90s and the humidity set in. Come winter, as much as 40 inches of snow falls in some areas and the temperatures easily drop down into the teens. Spring and fall, however, are very pleasant, mild seasons.
The state boasts a strong economy, with recent growth in size and diversity. Couple that with a favorable cost of living and affordable housing, and Indiana becomes an attractive place to look for apartments for rent.
Indianapolis is not only Indiana's largest city; it's in the top 20 by population in the United States with nearly 900,000 people. The downtown area is an exciting destination with its enormous sports stadiums, museums, shopping, restaurants and nightlife. Another draw is the Indianapolis 500 race, held every Memorial Day weekend. Living costs in Indianapolis are consistently near or below the national average.
Fort Wayne Apartments
Indiana's second largest city, Fort Wayne has been called a "metropolis with soul." It's no wonder why about 270,000 people choose to call this city home. Fort Wayne is not too hot and not too cold, with an average July temperature of 84, and lower temperatures and snowfall in winter.
Evansville is another area that was once named an "All-American City." Its convenient location in the heart of the Midwest, economic strength and welcoming atmosphere make Evansville a great place to explore apartment rentals. The cost of living is affordable and it's not hard to find attractive apartment rentals.
Indiana State Map With Cities
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