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964 Apartments for Rent in Kansas, United States.

14505 S Summertree Lane, Olathe, KS - 2,540 USD/ month

14505 S Summertree Lane,
Olathe, KS

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $2,540 USD / month
17164 Kill Creek Road, Gardner, KS - 1,695 USD/ month

17164 Kill Creek Road,
Gardner, KS

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,695 USD / month
2500 Farm Bureau Rd 65, Manhattan, KS - 919 USD/ month
1210 N. 9th Street, Manhattan, KS - 1,950 USD/ month

1210 N. 9th Street,
Manhattan, KS

  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • $1,950 USD / month
2004 W McCormick Ave., Wichita, KS - 400 USD/ month
527 W 14th Apt #2, Junction City, KS - 525 USD/ month
3312 N 103rd Pl, Kansas City, KS - 1,450 USD/ month

3312 N 103rd Pl,
Kansas City, KS

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • $1,450 USD / month
1117 Bertrand Street, B, Manhattan, KS - 950 USD/ month
316 Polk, Topeka, KS - 500 USD/ month

316 Polk,
Topeka, KS

  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • $500 USD / month
118 E. Santa Fe. Cir., Mulvane, KS - 1,395 USD/ month

118 E. Santa Fe. Cir.,
Mulvane, KS

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,395 USD / month
547 N. Green, Wichita, KS - 925 USD/ month

547 N. Green,
Wichita, KS

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $925 USD / month
421 N. 16th St., Manhattan, KS - 875 USD/ month

421 N. 16th St.,
Manhattan, KS

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $875 USD / month
1215 Bertrand St., Manhattan, KS - 1,050 USD/ month

1215 Bertrand St.,
Manhattan, KS

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,050 USD / month
928-30 Vattier St., Manhattan, KS - 1,200 USD/ month

928-30 Vattier St.,
Manhattan, KS

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $1,200 USD / month
404 E 4th Ave Lot 3, Winfield, KS - 537 USD/ month
2602 Springdale, Pittsburg, KS - 739 USD/ month

2602 Springdale,
Pittsburg, KS

  • Studio
  • 1 Bath
  • $739 USD / month
2130 Silicon, Lawrence, KS - 945 USD/ month

2130 Silicon,
Lawrence, KS

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • $945 USD / month
207 E. Carlton, Pittsburg, KS - 650 USD/ month

207 E. Carlton,
Pittsburg, KS

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • $650 USD / month
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Kansas is a Midwestern state and home to nearly 3 million people.  One of the highest producing states in terms of its agricultural output, the state of Kansas is equal distances from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans making it centrally located in the United States.  One of the smaller sized states, as measured by total square footage, the state of Kansas is bordered by Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Colorado and is among the sunniest regions in the nation.  The state is well-celebrated for its numerous sunny days each year affording its growers bountiful crops and residents plenty of opportunity to get outside and enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle.

While most of Kansas is considered rural, the capital city of Topeka and the most populated city of Wichita offer many of the conveniences found in well-established metropolitan cities nationwide.  From modern finishes to feature and amenity reach apartment complexes, renters seeking cheap apartments, rooms for rent as well as high-rise apartments for rent are sure to find many worthwhile rental options affordable at all price points.

The cities of Wichita, Topeka and Kansas City all offer lower rental rates than the US national average for potential residents. The more rural areas offer further discounted monthly rents, however there are fewer apartments for rent.  Those considering a move to the state of Kansas are encouraged to research the market before committing to any one particular apartment over another.

Explore Your Options

Staying in a more rural areas of Kansas may require you to look at rent to own homes, studio apartments and rooms for rent. Townhomes for rent are a good option for a more permanent rental situation and often include larger layouts and added privacy.

Get The Facts

Asking the right questions will ensure that you stay on budget and are satisfied with your new Iowa apartment after you sign a lease. Utilities, deposits, noise policies and on-site maintenance should all be discussed before making a final rental decision.  If you are unsure about any of the terms of your lease, ask the landlord to clarify them for you and get those explanations on paper.

View The Property

The outside of an apartment complex can tell you a lot about how much your new home is cared for and if there are glaring maintenance issues that are being neglected. There are plenty of good-quality apartments for rent available across the state of Kansas.  Take your time and be make sure that you are comfortable with the property.

Get the Amenities You Desire

Prior to looking for an apartment in Kansas consider using an apartment finder or apartment guide for research, so you know what amenities the potential complexes offer. In addition to physical amenities, it is always good to know how many options you have for paying your rent and reporting a maintenance issue. Simple things may become larger issues at a later date, like how late the pool is open or if the gym is open at night. You may also desire to live in a complex that has management on-site every day and does not close on weekends.

Increase Your Options

Having more than one option is ideal when hunting for apartments for rent. Listing the pros and cons to several complexes may give you more peace when signing the lease to your new home.

Kansas is a Midwestern state and home to nearly 3 million people.  One of the highest producing states in terms of its agricultural output, the state of Kansas is equal distances from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans making it centrally located in the United States.  One of the smaller sized states, as measured by total square footage, the state of Kansas is bordered by Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Colorado and is among the sunniest regions in the nation.  The state is well-celebrated for its numerous sunny days each year affording its growers bountiful crops and residents plenty of opportunity to get outside and enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle.

While most of Kansas is considered rural, the capital city of Topeka and the most populated city of Wichita offer many of the conveniences found in well-established metropolitan cities nationwide.  From modern finishes to feature and amenity reach apartment complexes, renters seeking cheap apartments, rooms for rent as well as high-rise apartments for rent are sure to find many worthwhile rental options affordable at all price points.

The cities of Wichita, Topeka and Kansas City all offer lower rental rates than the US national average for potential residents. The more rural areas offer further discounted monthly rents, however there are fewer apartments for rent.  Those considering a move to the state of Kansas are encouraged to research the market before committing to any one particular apartment over another.

Explore Your Options

Staying in a more rural areas of Kansas may require you to look at rent to own homes, studio apartments and rooms for rent. Townhomes for rent are a good option for a more permanent rental situation and often include larger layouts and added privacy.

Get The Facts

Asking the right questions will ensure that you stay on budget and are satisfied with your new Iowa apartment after you sign a lease. Utilities, deposits, noise policies and on-site maintenance should all be discussed before making a final rental decision.  If you are unsure about any of the terms of your lease, ask the landlord to clarify them for you and get those explanations on paper.

View The Property

The outside of an apartment complex can tell you a lot about how much your new home is cared for and if there are glaring maintenance issues that are being neglected. There are plenty of good-quality apartments for rent available across the state of Kansas.  Take your time and be make sure that you are comfortable with the property.

Get the Amenities You Desire

Prior to looking for an apartment in Kansas consider using an apartment finder or apartment guide for research, so you know what amenities the potential complexes offer. In addition to physical amenities, it is always good to know how many options you have for paying your rent and reporting a maintenance issue. Simple things may become larger issues at a later date, like how late the pool is open or if the gym is open at night. You may also desire to live in a complex that has management on-site every day and does not close on weekends.

Increase Your Options

Having more than one option is ideal when hunting for apartments for rent. Listing the pros and cons to several complexes may give you more peace when signing the lease to your new home.

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