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Indiana still holds true to its nickname as the “Crossroads of America” with it transportation systems helping move products all over the United States. Indiana’s population is home to 6.6 million people and has a whole host of abundant forests, nature preserves, wildlife, and fishing areas. Due to climate being made up of hot summers and cold winters, it would be wise to look for an apartment with good heating and air conditioning.
Population 2008: 6,376,792 (Ranked 16th in the US)
Nickname: The Hoosier State
Estimated Median Household Income: $41,567
Average Apartment Rental Market Snapshot in Indiana:
One Bed: $583
Two Bed: $698
Three Bed: $863
Largest Metro Areas:
Indianapolis: 2,035,327 people
Gary: 698,971 people
Fort Wayne: 572,194 people
South Bend: 562,711 people
Indianapolis is Indiana’s largest city and has a rich diverse economy contributing to fields of education, healthcare, finance, and tourism. Its landscape is compromised of deciduous forests and prairies that delineate Indianapolis’ four distinct seasons. Revitalization of the downtown area has led to good growth near the edges of the metropolitan Area and has helped jumpstart the central business district. A series of skyscrapers have been architected with the Chase Tower being the tallest building of the state overlooking the downtown area’s sport stadiums, museums, restaurants and thriving nightlife.
Avg. Rental Rate in the Indianapolis Area
One Bed: $554
Two Bed: $693
Three Bed: $1,224
Fort Wayne is the second largest city in Indiana and has a strong economy based on manufacturing, health care, defense and security, education, and agriculture. Informally referred to as the “City of Churches”, cathedral spires and church architecture line the city’s skyline surrounded by corporations like Home Reserve, North American Van Lines, STAR Financial Group, and OmniSource Corporation who have setup their headquarters here. Forbes magazine ranked Fort Wayne 67th for metropolitan areas in the “Best Places For Business And Careers” report.
Avg. Rental Rate in Fort Wayne Area
One Bed: $512
Two Bed: $614
Three Bed: $693
South Bend hugs the St. Joseph River and is the fourth largest city in Indiana. It holds economies in health care, education, and small business with tourism still holding strong due to University of Notre Dame. Home to the second busiest airport in Indiana, Michiana, there also exists a rail service to downtown Chicago. The city has a number of museums and performing arts centers to explore along with the oldest zoo in Indiana, the Potawatomi Zoo.
Avg. Rental Rate in South Bend Area
One Bed: $531
Two Bed: $691
Three Bed: $944