Why Rent in Indiana?
Indiana is made up of quite a few urban areas, and is located in the Great Lakes region of the US. Indiana was named after the Indians, since it was Indian land at one time. Bordered by Illinois, Ohio, and Michigan, Indiana is known for urban areas in the south, and farmlands in the north and in Central Indiana as well. The Kankakee River divides the state and provides swamps and marshlands along the path.
Southern Indiana also has farmlands amongst the rural areas. Popular cities in Indiana are Indianapolis (the city’s capital), Fort Wayne, Evansville and South Bend. Many civilians come to Indiana to find real estate and home rentals. Summers are warm and winters are quite chilly.
The geography of Indiana includes farmlands, hills, and rivers, including the famous Wabash River which is one of the longest free-flowing rivers on the east side of the US. The Indiana dunes and the Hoosier National Forest are also some well known landmarks in the state. They call Indiana the “Hoosier State” and the residents “Hoosiers”… Indiana is also known for the sports fans of the Colts, the Pacers, and all of the motor sports that come out of this area. As a matter of fact, the Indianapolis 500 race is one of the best known motor-sports events around the globe. Sports and nature fans alike enjoy living in Indianapolis!