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Baton Rouge is a city of continued growth and economic stability. This may very well be the reason behind you moving to the capital city of Louisiana. If so you are about to start your search for Baton Rouge apartments and you just want some tips to make your task easier and less frustrating.
Before I give you the apartment hunting tips let me first start by giving you a little background on the city. The industries that the city thrives on include the petrochemical, research and medical industries. The climate here can be considered as a semi tropical one and this is appreciated mostly by those who love nature and the outdoors. Though you will experience a change in temperature during the winter months it will not last as long as in other states and cities and will be rather mild. For the summer time you can expect to see the day time temperatures reaching above 81.3 degrees at times so you may want Baton Rouge apartments with a pool or pools on site.
In this city there are over 900 restaurants with a number of different cuisines to offer and so your palate will never get bored of eating out. If you love to dine and are moving to Baton Rouge you will especially love this tidbit of information.
There are many parks in the city as well to the tune of 184 and so you can still keep up with your active lifestyle once you move here. There are also a number of golf courses within the city limits as well as five movie theaters, four bowling lanes and two roller skating facilities. The entire city is full of history and you will see it everywhere in the architecture. There are a number of museums and arts centers as well as a Zoo and places that showcase local art as well.
You will find a large number of neighborhoods that are suitable for you to search for Baton Rouge apartments. Because of the four colleges in the city you will find that there are a lot of cheap rentals that are suitable for college students. These are usually in areas such as Scotlandville and Lakeshore. If you are not a member of the college crowd you can look for apartments outside of these apartments. if you still want to find cheap apartments just without the college neighbors you can look in neighborhoods such as Froggy MO, Brookstown, Dayton, The Bottom and Beauregard Town.
If you are looking for Baton Rouge listings that are priced in mid range then you can look towards neighborhoods like Bernard Terrace, Valley Park, Spanish Town and Greenville. If your pockets are a little deeper you can look in Capitol Heights, Jefferson Place, Bocage and Goodwood.
If you are moving with pets ensure that you find out right away if the apartments are pet friendly and if there are any fees and requirements for the types of pets that you may have. You will find many pet friendly apartments but most times you will find that there is a size or breed restriction of some sorts. There is also a non refundable pet deposit for most apartments which can be as much as $350 and that is in addition to your regular deposit.
Once you find that ideal place that you just can’t let slip away ensure that you read the contract in total and ensure that you understand everything explicitly before you sign it. This will ensure that in the future you are not held responsible for something that you had no idea about; Just a small reminder when searching for Baton Rouge apartments.
Apartments in Baton Rouge, LA
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