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Arkansas Apartments and Homes

Apartments for Rent in Arkansas

Arkansas is in the southern region of the United States and is home to 3.014 million people. Little Rock is the capital and the most populated city in the state. Other large cities include Jonesboro in the east, and Pine Bluff in the southeast of the state.

Average Monthly Rent Statewide in Arkansas

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$589 $690 $850

Average Monthly Rent in Little Rock

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$568 $746 $868

Average Monthly Rent in Jonesboro

1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$642 $839

Average Monthly Rent in Pine Bluff

Studio 1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom
$451 $459 $574

Living in Arkansas

Known as "The Natural State," Arkansas offers residents a world of natural features to discover.

Colleges and Universities

You may be relocating to Arkansas because you are planning on attending classes at one of the state's fine academic institutions. Two of the most well known and largest university systems in Arkansas include Arkansas State University and the University of Arkansas. Each of these have campuses in major cities across the state including Fayetteville, Little Rock, Jonesboro and more. Several other universities and colleges exist within the state as well.

From the Ozarks to the Ouachita

Arkansas residents who enjoy living an active lifestyle should take advantage of The Ozarks. This mountain range offers trails for hiking, beautiful rivers and US wilderness areas. Outdoor enthusiasts will also enjoy the Ouachita National Forest which covers almost 2 million acres of Arkansas and Oklahoma land. For the fisherman, lakes, ponds, rivers and streams provide plenty of space to relax and cast your line. Or, if you want to camp out overnight, check out one of the many campsites the park has to offer. Miles and miles of trails offer hiking adventures. If you like the outdoors but don't like "roughing it," take a trip to the Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks. Enjoy the colors and wildlife as you stroll through the manicured gardens.

Little Rock

While entertainment and recreation can be found all across the state, you can't overlook the capital - Little Rock. As the most populous city in the state, you'll find a variety of restaurants, shops and attractions. The city is home to the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, the Historic Arkansas Museum and the Little Rock Zoo.

Business and Industry in Arkansas

Other than natural beauty, education and entertainment, Arkansas is also home to several Fortune 500 companies including Wal-Mart Stores, Tyson Foods, Dillards, Murphy Oil and more. The economy is based on a variety of industries including manufacturing, services, agriculture and mining.