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82 apartments for rent near Frankfort, IL

21768 Blue Bird Lane
Frankfort
4 Bed
$3,200
49 Old Frankfort Way
Frankfort
2 Bed
$1,900
20848 South Hickory Creek Place
Frankfort
3 Bed
$1,937
22498 Crimson Lane
Frankfort
4 Bed
$2,795
W Douglas Ct
Frankfort
2 Bed
$1,370
S Jonquil Ln
Frankfort
4 Bed
$1,795
Brittany Ct
Frankfort
3 Bed
$2,400
248 Elm Street
Frankfort
3 Bed
$1,752
Results within 1 miles of Frankfort, IL
Pasture Side Trl
Matteson
4 Bed
$2,260
Sycamore St
Mokena
3 Bed
$1,650
Results within 5 miles of Frankfort, IL
17318 Oak Park Ave Apt 3SE
Tinley Park
2 Bed
$1,700
17200 Oak Park Avenue
Tinley Park
2 Bed
$2,000
17136 South Parker Road
Homer Glen
5 Bed
$3,200
10126 W 151st St
Orland Park
3 Bed
$1,650
22425 York Court
Richton Park
2 Bed
$930
7130 Coachwood Trail
Tinley Park
2 Bed
$1,650
6010 LAKE BLUFF Drive
Tinley Park
2 Bed
$1,550
4136 Charleston Road
Matteson
2 Bed
$1,100
189th St
Country Club Hills
4 Bed
$2,000
7635 173rd Street
Tinley Park
3 Bed
$1,895
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City Guide
Frankfort
Moving to Frankfort

The Cost

While really low rates for rental apartments in Frankfort are rare, the quality of living here is high - 82% on the Liveability score - which makes up for having to pay a little more.

When to Start Looking

You should probably start looking about six to eight weeks out from your proposed move-in date for a rental apartment. You could find something sooner, but if you don't, you'll spend a lot of days watching the leaves grow.

Where to Look

You'll find decent rentals throughout town, mostly houses. Many folks prefer the northwest side of town off Highway 30, but you'll find some nice rentals on the east side, too. You may even score duplexes for rent here. Condo rentals haven't really caught on here yet, so don't expect to find many of these.

What You Need

You'll need the "usual" to secure an apartment for rent in Frankfort and its vicinity. Have your credit score, letter verifying employment and salary, and a referral letter from your last landlord, along with a copy of your last paycheck stub. Most landlords are looking for a rental-to-salary ratio of 30% of your take-home pay.

Life in the City

There are several hiking, biking and walking paths here, especially along Old Plank Bike Trail that runs through town. Frankfortians enjoy bowling, hockey, and ice skating. Community events rank high on their list, like Chili cook-offs, Kite Flying events, and Wine Tasting. Shopping in town makes for great fun in the charming historic district. A wine shop on Grange Street specializes in wines from all over. Plenty of dining places are clustered around Main Street, ranging from awesome American food at the White Street Cafe (located in the historic district's Trolley Barn,) to Italian (not just pizza,) great sushi, wonderful wiener schnitzel, and of course classic beer and burgers. These provide an excellent selection of choices, no matter your craving.

Getting Around

Sorry to say it, but a car is a necessity in this part of Illinois. Places you'll want to go are spread out in Frankfort. Once you drive to where you want to walk, it's great, but you generally have to get there first. If you find housing for rent in the central area, you'll be able to walk along shady sidewalks. There is bus transportation, and there are two Amtrak stations that serve the area (both within 10 to 11 miles.) The closest airport is approximately 20 miles away.

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