When you need to rent a place in Indianapolis, avoid looking in May. The problem with May is that many people with suites available for rent will rent them out to tourists coming to town to take in the Indy 500. If you look in June though, the tourists are gone and many people will be looking to rent out their available units.
Finding an apartment can be hard, especially when there are so many choices. Adding a filter can help narrow your search. With our Quick Filters below, you can search by a price and amenities. After following one of these links, be sure to check out the advanced search filters and then sign up for an Email Alert so you can receive new listings that match your needs.
Applying for an apartment in Indianapolis should be treated like applying for a job. Just like you want an employer to form a good opinion of you and hire you, you want a landlord to extend you the trust of letting you live in a property they own. You do this the same way, by convincing them that you are professional, responsible and by providing good references.
The best method to get around Indianapolis depends on where you want to go. The closer you're staying to the city center, the better the bus is suited to your needs. For the interior of the city, it is fast, clean and efficient. However, if you want to get outside the interior, a car is really helpful, as bus routes are less frequent and in some cases not available at all to certain outlying areas.
If you get a chance to attend a college football or basketball game, or a racing event, you'll get a real feel for what Indianapolis is all about. There are also museums celebrating the NCAA and the Motor Speedway Hall of Fame to visit on days without events. With more than a dozen golf courses available from the city, those who love a slower sport have lots to keep them entertained as well. Indy is also well known for its music, so visit Birdy's and the Chatterbox to experience some after-hours culture.