Life in the Hoosier State has a lot to offer, and Indianapolis in particular boasts a growing and vibrant scene of cultural offerings, cutting-edge restaurants and family-friendly events. The low cost of living makes Indy the 12th largest city in the United States, an appealing place to live for young single professionals and families alike, and the wide range of neighborhoods means there’s something for everyone.

<p style=”font-size:20px”;>Buying or building a new home can be an intimidating prospect, but there are lots of upsides to starting from scratch. You’ll get to make choices about aesthetic details—like finishes, flooring and décor—and larger factors like location and square footage that simply wouldn’t be possible with an existing, older home.

In this infographic, we’ll provide statistics on the cost of renting in the Indianapolis metro area, downtown and the state of Indiana in general.

<p style=”font-size:20px”;>In this infographic, we’ll show you a few reasons purchasing a new home—or building one of your own—might, in this accessible area may be the right decision for you and your family.</p>

The Cost of Renting In Indianapolis