Rentals in Indiana
There are 2,797,172 Indiana housing units. The average household size of rented homes in Indiana is 2.37 persons, and renters account for 734,154, or 29.70% of Indiana residents. Home owners account for 70.30%. The average rent for an apartment in Indiana in the last 12 months has been $1134. The average rents for a 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bed apartments have been $929, $1132, and $1281 respectively.
The capitol of Indiana is Indianapolis and the population of Indiana is 6,483,802. The most populated cities in Indiana are Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, South Bend, and Gary.
Weather and Climate
Indiana is located in the Midwest United States, with northern Indiana experiencing a humid continental and southern Indiana experiencing a humid subtropical climate. An Indiana summer will have temperatures averaging around 84 degrees for the high and 65 for the low. Winter low temperatures average around 34 degrees and 19 for the low. You can expect to see annual snowfall of 25.9 inches, and 41.7 inches of annual precipitation.
Indiana residents are 36.9 years old on average, with males being 35.7 years and females 38.2, 49.3% of Indiana is male and 50.7% female. There are 2,797,172 Indiana households, with each home taking home $44,613 in annual income. Indiana sees 11% of the population in poverty, and 14.80% of its population does not have any health care coverage or insurance.
Sports Universities and Education
Indiana is home to two major league sports teams, the Indiana Pacers for the NBA, and the Indianapolis Colts for the NFL. Indiana universities include Purdue University, Ball State University, and Notre Dame University. 27.30% of Indianans are enrolled in college or university and 14.60% of Indiana’s residents have a bachelor's degree.
Industry and Employment
Indiana’s top industries include chemicals, transportation equipment, primary metals, machinery, food products, and electrical equipment. There are 2,898,761 employed residents who drive on average 23.2 minutes to work each day, and 6.90% of Indiana's population is unemployed.