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Sunset Lake
8301 South 88th Avenue
Justice, IL | Justice
1 Bedroom
$925
783 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,015
922 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,230
1082 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:11 AM
Sunset Lake Apartments is not an ordinary apartment living experience; it is a community and a home that enables you to dream while you are awake! Sunset Lake is led by a caring team of individuals that are committed to enhancing the quality of life
1 Unit Available
8015 W 83rd Street 2e
8015 83rd Street
Justice, IL | Justice
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
815 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
2 bedroom, 1 bath with balcony on 2nd floor. - Property Id: 416704 Available now... New carpeting in 2 bedrooms and living room, new vinyl tile in hallway, kitchen, and dining room.
1 Unit Available
8125 South 85th Court
8125 85th Court
Justice, IL | Justice
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1300 sqft
Last updated April 13 at 12:06 PM
LIMITED OFFER: **1/2 MONTH OFF BONUS TO THE TENANT IN MONTH TWO, IF THEY ARE APPROVED AND MOVE IN BY 4/23/20**Don't miss this 3 bedroom 2 bath Brick Cape Cod, with 2 1/2 car garage. Nicely updated in Jan 2019. Large yard fenced yard.
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1 Unit Available
7728 South 78th Avenue
7728 78th Avenue
Bridgeview, IL | Bridgeview
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1025 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Beautiful 3 bedroom brick ranch with side drive 2 car garage. Hardwood floors through out. Updated kitchen and bath. Washer and dryer. Close distance to expressways, school and library. Tenant pay all utilities.
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2 Units Available
HOMESTEAD APARTMENTS
443 Sherwood Rd
La Grange Park, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,090
837 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:47 AM
Within walking distance of La Grange Park, this development offers comfortable, modern units complete with separate dining rooms, spacious closets, open floor plans, gas ranges and ceiling fans.
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Uptown La Grange
31 East Ogden
La Grange, IL
Studio
$1,674
588 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,669
779 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,164
1274 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 09:42 PM
Gordon Park and the Trader Joe's shopping center are just steps from this property. The smoke-free community features a yoga studio, electric car charging and swimming pool. Apartments feature walk-in closets and in-unit laundry.
1 Unit Available
6237 W 63rd St
6237 West 63rd Street
Chicago, IL | Southwest Side
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:07 AM
Gorgeous, huge 3 bedroom Gorgeous 3 bedroom with tons of natural light. Huge living room, dining room, and spacious bedrooms. New appliances as well. Tons of parking available and the bus stop is feet from your door.
1 Unit Available
9835 South Harlem Avenue
9835 Harlem Avenue
Chicago Ridge, IL | Little Palestine
2 Bedrooms
$1,325
1012 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:50 AM
Nicely updated 2 bedroom 1.1 bath townhome with patio. Kitchen with eating area. Spacious living room. Washer/Dryer included in unit. Assigned parking spot. 2 pets allowed. No Pit Bulls or Rottweilers.
1 Unit Available
702 Community Drive
702 Community Drive
La Grange Park, IL
3 Bedrooms
$2,400
1518 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:50 AM
Beautiful brick ranch! Three bedrooms, two baths. Granite and stainless in the kitchen. Huge basement family room. Attached two car garage. Great neighborhood! Close to schools, markets and parks.
1 Unit Available
324 East Burlington Street
324 East Burlington Street
Riverside, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1300 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Gorgeous, 2-bed, 2-bath 1300 sf property is literally steps to shopping, dining, entertainment and the Harlem Ave metra station! This property will not last long. EXTERIOR BALCONY,FREE USE OF WASHER AND DRYER, heated garage space for $250/mo.
1 Unit Available
9024 South 51st Avenue
9024 51st Avenue
Oak Lawn, IL | Oak Lawn
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
939 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Oak Lawn home for rent features hardwood floors throughout, kitchen w/granite counter-tops & maple cabinets, ceramic tile bath, separate laundry room, large fenced back yard, patio, and 2 car garage. Close to school, park, & shopping.
1 Unit Available
245 Millbridge Road
245 Millbridge Road
Riverside, IL
3 Bedrooms
$3,500
2100 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
This single-family is a stunning new renovation with impeccable & thoughtful detail in the finishes throughout the home! With all new electrical, plumbing, roof, HVAC, drain tile system & multiple sump pumps, kitchen, baths, new flooring, etc - you
1 Unit Available
5811 Rose Avenue
5811 South Rose Avenue
Countryside, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
800 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
This super clean, top floor, 2 bedroom condo is one of the largest in the building. The newly remodeled eat-in kitchen comes with brand new kitchen cabinets, counters, sink, and ceramic tile floor.
1 Unit Available
1 North Beacon Avenue
1 Beacon Avenue
La Grange, IL
2 Bedrooms
$2,025
1169 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Top floor unit facing north overlooking a view of the Chicago Skyline and park. Bright and open floor plan with plenty of in-unit closet space. Bathroom has a huge closet and large vanity. In-unit laundry.
1 Unit Available
10045 South Walnut Terrace
10045 Walnut Terrace
Palos Hills, IL | Palos Hills
1 Bedroom
$950
720 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Nice one bedroom, one bath unit located in a park like setting. 2-nd floor....Balcony. Euro-style kitchen and ceramic bath. A MUST SEE!!! Showings will start after Nov 15. Credit and background and income verification required.
1 Unit Available
24 West Burlington Avenue
24 West Burlington Avenue
La Grange, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,650
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
This unit is number # 1. There are 2 units presently. This is the Front unit This upgraded unit has a flight walkup to the 2nd level. It has 2 parking spaces in the rear of the building. Laundry unit within the apartment itself.
1 Unit Available
31 South La Grange Road
31 South La Grange Road
La Grange, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
unit is number 2 above commercial space on la grange road work BSNF train to downtown Chicago - play -eat and shop all within 50 feet of your unit
1 Unit Available
4381 Woodland Avenue
4381 Woodland Avenue
Western Springs, IL | Old Town North
3 Bedrooms
$2,350
1408 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Beautifully rehabbed super spacious 3 bed/2 bath with a 'house' feel! New flooring throughout. All new kitchen and newer appliances! Dining room plus a large eating area in kitchen.
1 Unit Available
31 North Brainard Avenue
31 North Brainard Avenue
La Grange, IL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,700
900 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Brand new 2 bed / 1 bath where location cannot be beaten. Ready for immediate move-in. This won't last long. Impressive turn of the century building on the BNSF Metra. Oversized large vintage unit overlooks a well up kept lush green courtyard.
1 Unit Available
13 South Waiola Avenue
13 South Waiola Avenue
La Grange, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,995
1300 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Fantastic rental opportunity just 1/2 block to Stone Ave Metra Station. Parking, and laundry on-site. Unit is newly renovated from top to bottom. Three finished levels.
1 Unit Available
6136 West 63rd Street
6136 West 63rd Street
Chicago, IL | Southwest Side
2 Bedrooms
$1,375
1000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:08 AM
Amazing two bedroom, two full bath end-unit in Clearing. This fabulous condo has it all...in-unit washer & dryer, garage parking, balcony, gas-burning fireplace,central A/C, master bath and more.
1 Unit Available
6826 Ridge
6826 Ridge Drive
Chicago Ridge, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,275
486 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:08 AM
Excellent one bedroom, one bathroom total rehab in Rogers Park.
1 Unit Available
319 Bluff Ave 1E
319 Bluff Avenue
La Grange, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,150
950 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
1 Bed 1 Bath - La Grange - Property Id: 423705 Just remodeled 1 bedroom 1 bathroom garden floor unit in La Grange. No carpet, heated floors.
1 Unit Available
3500 s oak park ave 2 E
3500 Oak Park Ave
Berwyn, IL | Berwyn
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
850 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
Berwyn building - Property Id: 106889 Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.com/p/3500-s-oak-park-ave-berwyn-il-unit-2-e/106889 Property Id 106889 No Pets Allowed (RLNE6263278)
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How much is rent in Justice?
Apartment Rentals in Justice start at $850/month.
How much is rent in Justice?
Apartment Rentals in Justice start at $850/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Justice?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Justice apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Justice?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Justice apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Justice properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Justice properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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How can I find off-campus housing in Justice?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Justice. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include The Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Chicago, City Colleges of Chicago-Harry S Truman College, City Colleges of Chicago-Harold Washington College, Moody Bible Institute, and Saint Augustine College.
How can I find off-campus housing in Justice?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Justice. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include The Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Chicago, City Colleges of Chicago-Harry S Truman College, City Colleges of Chicago-Harold Washington College, Moody Bible Institute, and Saint Augustine College.

City Guide

Justice
The village of Justice saw its major boom happen on and around Archer Avenue one of Cook County's most historic roads.
The village of Justice saw its major boom happen on and around Archer Avenue one of Cook County's most historic roads.

You would think the name of this village had clear origins, but no one really knows how Justice got its name. Home to 12,926 people, Justice is only 14 miles from the Chicago Loop. While the presence of the Windy City plays a role in the daily life of Justice residents, the village's attraction comes in its seamless mixture of contradictory attributes: the traditional with the modern, the grand metropolis alongside a village, and nature beside concrete. All those marvelous combinations of contradictions mean you can forgive the village for not understanding where its name came from.

Moving to Justice

It may be just a village, but the real estate market kind of resembles the big city of Chicago, if you just look at the hard numbers. As a renter, that's good information to know. Nabbing anything from a house to a studio for rent in Justice shouldn't be like trying to bring justice to the world, unless you are as gifted as Superman or Superwoman. Even if you are a superhero, you still have to buff up on how to successfully rent in Justice.

Trends Are on Your Side

Over 47 percent of homes in Justice are being rented, which is much higher than Illinois' average. In addition to that, Justice boasts a nice mix of detached houses, town homes, apartments, condos and mobile homes. If you want a tree-house, however, you may need to wait as that project hasn't been implemented yet. But, you can nab a duplex for rent on a place like Banks Street or rent a mobile home at Chief Mobile Home Park.

Don't Get Caught Sleeping

While there are enough available listings to meet renter demands during any time of year, you may have a tougher time finding your perfect pad at certain times. That's because most of the great homes are snatched up by the early fall. Looking in December, April, and August is advised as leases most commonly expire in January, May, or September; in general, 20 to 30 days should be ample time during those three months. You can still get a home rental at other times; you'll just have to look 10 to 15 days longer. It is vital to record in your home hunting notebook that nice pads in Justice get grabbed quite quickly. Where's the justice in Justice, right? So if you see a home that leaves you drooling, chances are another potential renter is drooling too. Don't lose that home because you wanted to take some time to weigh the pros and cons; otherwise, you'll be left with option B, or worse, option C.

A Word of Caution

Just because landlords and management companies in Justice may seem trustworthy when they rave about a place, it doesn't mean that that specific pad is perfect. While you don't need to inspect everything, make sure the big things are running okay. Go on a rainy day and see if there is any leaking. Ask to test out appliances. Search for the presence of bugs or mice. And flush that toilet to get a feel for the plumbing. Once you feel comfortable with how the place works, then talk contract.

A Note About The Bills

While all-utilities-paid apartments are not too common with rentals in Justice, places that include certain bills are very common. If you find an opening at a complex offering heating included, take it. Winters in Justice can get extremely cold, and having the freedom to use that heat without worrying about added costs is awesome, like so awesome you'll just be dying to get home and cozy up on the sofa.

Where Are All The Complexes?

Apartment complexes in Justice don't exist in large numbers. While you will have the most luck searching for an individually owned duplex or apartment, you can still locate homes within managed communities. The Laurels Apartments property, which has spacious one-bedroom apartments, as well as two- and three-bedroom pads, usually has openings; to successfully land a home at one of these complexes, call about a month or more in advance to begin the renting process.

What to Prepare

Once you know what you want, you have to give them what they want. In terms of finances. You won't be able to sign the rent agreement until one month's rent is paid along with a deposit. Application fees and / or realtor fees are typically required, unless you are dealing directly with an individual owner. If you are in a battle for a dream home, bringing your own credit score, background check, and landlord references can help make you a more reliable choice than other potential tenants.

Moving to Justice
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It may be just a village, but the real estate market kind of resembles the big city of Chicago, if you just look at the hard numbers. As a renter, that's good information to know. Nabbing anything from a house to a studio for rent in Justice shouldn't be like trying to bring justice to the world, unless you are as gifted as Superman or Superwoman. Even if you are a superhero, you still have to buff up on how to successfully rent in Justice.

Trends Are on Your Side

Over 47 percent of homes in Justice are being rented, which is much higher than Illinois' average. In addition to that, Justice boasts a nice mix of detached houses, town homes, apartments, condos and mobile homes. If you want a tree-house, however, you may need to wait as that project hasn't been implemented yet. But, you can nab a duplex for rent on a place like Banks Street or rent a mobile home at Chief Mobile Home Park.

Don't Get Caught Sleeping

While there are enough available listings to meet renter demands during any time of year, you may have a tougher time finding your perfect pad at certain times. That's because most of the great homes are snatched up by the early fall. Looking in December, April, and August is advised as leases most commonly expire in January, May, or September; in general, 20 to 30 days should be ample time during those three months. You can still get a home rental at other times; you'll just have to look 10 to 15 days longer. It is vital to record in your home hunting notebook that nice pads in Justice get grabbed quite quickly. Where's the justice in Justice, right? So if you see a home that leaves you drooling, chances are another potential renter is drooling too. Don't lose that home because you wanted to take some time to weigh the pros and cons; otherwise, you'll be left with option B, or worse, option C.

A Word of Caution

Just because landlords and management companies in Justice may seem trustworthy when they rave about a place, it doesn't mean that that specific pad is perfect. While you don't need to inspect everything, make sure the big things are running okay. Go on a rainy day and see if there is any leaking. Ask to test out appliances. Search for the presence of bugs or mice. And flush that toilet to get a feel for the plumbing. Once you feel comfortable with how the place works, then talk contract.

A Note About The Bills

While all-utilities-paid apartments are not too common with rentals in Justice, places that include certain bills are very common. If you find an opening at a complex offering heating included, take it. Winters in Justice can get extremely cold, and having the freedom to use that heat without worrying about added costs is awesome, like so awesome you'll just be dying to get home and cozy up on the sofa.

Where Are All The Complexes?

Apartment complexes in Justice don't exist in large numbers. While you will have the most luck searching for an individually owned duplex or apartment, you can still locate homes within managed communities. The Laurels Apartments property, which has spacious one-bedroom apartments, as well as two- and three-bedroom pads, usually has openings; to successfully land a home at one of these complexes, call about a month or more in advance to begin the renting process.

What to Prepare

Once you know what you want, you have to give them what they want. In terms of finances. You won't be able to sign the rent agreement until one month's rent is paid along with a deposit. Application fees and / or realtor fees are typically required, unless you are dealing directly with an individual owner. If you are in a battle for a dream home, bringing your own credit score, background check, and landlord references can help make you a more reliable choice than other potential tenants.

Justice Neighborhoods

Justice has a total land area of just 2.88 square miles so it may not seem like it matters where you live, but it does. With a crime rate of well less than half the national average, you won't have to consider crime when choosing a neighborhood as every 'hood in town is quite safe. But, some neighborhoods in Justice are convenient in different ways, and that's why it's vital that you be aware of the features of each neighborhood.

Village Center: The gorgeous Bethania Cemetery and beautiful Resurrection Cemetery have added fame to this neighborhood. The area is mostly housing. R. J. Munchies is a popular local eatery. While it's possible to walk to eat, get coffee or buy a few things from a convenience mart, you'll have to drive, furiously bike or bus for major errands and to explore the greater region.

Blackstone Avenue / Oak Grove Avenue: Mostly residential with a few scattered businesses, this is perhaps the most car-dependent area of town, unless you live in the section closer to Archer Road. Chet's Melody Lounge is a neighborhood party spot.

82nd Avenue / I-294: It's possible to live here without a car as long as you are okay walking slightly longer distances or biking in some narrow streets. This area offers the best balance as it's full of eateries, near Founders Park and Commissioners Park, and right by the highway.

Justice Neighborhoods
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Justice has a total land area of just 2.88 square miles so it may not seem like it matters where you live, but it does. With a crime rate of well less than half the national average, you won't have to consider crime when choosing a neighborhood as every 'hood in town is quite safe. But, some neighborhoods in Justice are convenient in different ways, and that's why it's vital that you be aware of the features of each neighborhood.

Village Center: The gorgeous Bethania Cemetery and beautiful Resurrection Cemetery have added fame to this neighborhood. The area is mostly housing. R. J. Munchies is a popular local eatery. While it's possible to walk to eat, get coffee or buy a few things from a convenience mart, you'll have to drive, furiously bike or bus for major errands and to explore the greater region.

Blackstone Avenue / Oak Grove Avenue: Mostly residential with a few scattered businesses, this is perhaps the most car-dependent area of town, unless you live in the section closer to Archer Road. Chet's Melody Lounge is a neighborhood party spot.

82nd Avenue / I-294: It's possible to live here without a car as long as you are okay walking slightly longer distances or biking in some narrow streets. This area offers the best balance as it's full of eateries, near Founders Park and Commissioners Park, and right by the highway.

Living in Justice

Very much within the realm of Chicago, Justice is still far enough back that you don't get blown off your bike by heavy Lake Michigan winds. With Chicago so close, Justice locals do enjoy going to the Windy City to hang out at Navy Pier, catch a Chicago Cubs baseball game, and visit the Shedd Aquarium. Yet there still are ample activities within the village's boundaries. Fasano's Pizza and Jimmy's Drive-In bring so much flavor that even those living in the Loop make the trip for a bite. Resurrection Cemetery, with its grand gates and pristine grounds, makes for a pleasant afternoon stroll. Walking along Archer Road and 79th Street and viewing all the marts, flower stores, and barber shops makes you feel like you have returned to a simpler time, until you walk right into a Marathon Gas Station and Subway Restaurant. You see the contradiction! The only righteous way to enjoy Justice is to embrace it all.

Living in Justice
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Very much within the realm of Chicago, Justice is still far enough back that you don't get blown off your bike by heavy Lake Michigan winds. With Chicago so close, Justice locals do enjoy going to the Windy City to hang out at Navy Pier, catch a Chicago Cubs baseball game, and visit the Shedd Aquarium. Yet there still are ample activities within the village's boundaries. Fasano's Pizza and Jimmy's Drive-In bring so much flavor that even those living in the Loop make the trip for a bite. Resurrection Cemetery, with its grand gates and pristine grounds, makes for a pleasant afternoon stroll. Walking along Archer Road and 79th Street and viewing all the marts, flower stores, and barber shops makes you feel like you have returned to a simpler time, until you walk right into a Marathon Gas Station and Subway Restaurant. You see the contradiction! The only righteous way to enjoy Justice is to embrace it all.

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Justice
The village of Justice saw its major boom happen on and around Archer Avenue one of Cook County's most historic roads.
The village of Justice saw its major boom happen on and around Archer Avenue one of Cook County's most historic roads.

You would think the name of this village had clear origins, but no one really knows how Justice got its name. Home to 12,926 people, Justice is only 14 miles from the Chicago Loop. While the presence of the Windy City plays a role in the daily life of Justice residents, the village's attraction comes in its seamless mixture of contradictory attributes: the traditional with the modern, the grand metropolis alongside a village, and nature beside concrete. All those marvelous combinations of contradictions mean you can forgive the village for not understanding where its name came from.

Moving to Justice

It may be just a village, but the real estate market kind of resembles the big city of Chicago, if you just look at the hard numbers. As a renter, that's good information to know. Nabbing anything from a house to a studio for rent in Justice shouldn't be like trying to bring justice to the world, unless you are as gifted as Superman or Superwoman. Even if you are a superhero, you still have to buff up on how to successfully rent in Justice.

Trends Are on Your Side

Over 47 percent of homes in Justice are being rented, which is much higher than Illinois' average. In addition to that, Justice boasts a nice mix of detached houses, town homes, apartments, condos and mobile homes. If you want a tree-house, however, you may need to wait as that project hasn't been implemented yet. But, you can nab a duplex for rent on a place like Banks Street or rent a mobile home at Chief Mobile Home Park.

Don't Get Caught Sleeping

While there are enough available listings to meet renter demands during any time of year, you may have a tougher time finding your perfect pad at certain times. That's because most of the great homes are snatched up by the early fall. Looking in December, April, and August is advised as leases most commonly expire in January, May, or September; in general, 20 to 30 days should be ample time during those three months. You can still get a home rental at other times; you'll just have to look 10 to 15 days longer. It is vital to record in your home hunting notebook that nice pads in Justice get grabbed quite quickly. Where's the justice in Justice, right? So if you see a home that leaves you drooling, chances are another potential renter is drooling too. Don't lose that home because you wanted to take some time to weigh the pros and cons; otherwise, you'll be left with option B, or worse, option C.

A Word of Caution

Just because landlords and management companies in Justice may seem trustworthy when they rave about a place, it doesn't mean that that specific pad is perfect. While you don't need to inspect everything, make sure the big things are running okay. Go on a rainy day and see if there is any leaking. Ask to test out appliances. Search for the presence of bugs or mice. And flush that toilet to get a feel for the plumbing. Once you feel comfortable with how the place works, then talk contract.

A Note About The Bills

While all-utilities-paid apartments are not too common with rentals in Justice, places that include certain bills are very common. If you find an opening at a complex offering heating included, take it. Winters in Justice can get extremely cold, and having the freedom to use that heat without worrying about added costs is awesome, like so awesome you'll just be dying to get home and cozy up on the sofa.

Where Are All The Complexes?

Apartment complexes in Justice don't exist in large numbers. While you will have the most luck searching for an individually owned duplex or apartment, you can still locate homes within managed communities. The Laurels Apartments property, which has spacious one-bedroom apartments, as well as two- and three-bedroom pads, usually has openings; to successfully land a home at one of these complexes, call about a month or more in advance to begin the renting process.

What to Prepare

Once you know what you want, you have to give them what they want. In terms of finances. You won't be able to sign the rent agreement until one month's rent is paid along with a deposit. Application fees and / or realtor fees are typically required, unless you are dealing directly with an individual owner. If you are in a battle for a dream home, bringing your own credit score, background check, and landlord references can help make you a more reliable choice than other potential tenants.

Moving to Justice
+

It may be just a village, but the real estate market kind of resembles the big city of Chicago, if you just look at the hard numbers. As a renter, that's good information to know. Nabbing anything from a house to a studio for rent in Justice shouldn't be like trying to bring justice to the world, unless you are as gifted as Superman or Superwoman. Even if you are a superhero, you still have to buff up on how to successfully rent in Justice.

Trends Are on Your Side

Over 47 percent of homes in Justice are being rented, which is much higher than Illinois' average. In addition to that, Justice boasts a nice mix of detached houses, town homes, apartments, condos and mobile homes. If you want a tree-house, however, you may need to wait as that project hasn't been implemented yet. But, you can nab a duplex for rent on a place like Banks Street or rent a mobile home at Chief Mobile Home Park.

Don't Get Caught Sleeping

While there are enough available listings to meet renter demands during any time of year, you may have a tougher time finding your perfect pad at certain times. That's because most of the great homes are snatched up by the early fall. Looking in December, April, and August is advised as leases most commonly expire in January, May, or September; in general, 20 to 30 days should be ample time during those three months. You can still get a home rental at other times; you'll just have to look 10 to 15 days longer. It is vital to record in your home hunting notebook that nice pads in Justice get grabbed quite quickly. Where's the justice in Justice, right? So if you see a home that leaves you drooling, chances are another potential renter is drooling too. Don't lose that home because you wanted to take some time to weigh the pros and cons; otherwise, you'll be left with option B, or worse, option C.

A Word of Caution

Just because landlords and management companies in Justice may seem trustworthy when they rave about a place, it doesn't mean that that specific pad is perfect. While you don't need to inspect everything, make sure the big things are running okay. Go on a rainy day and see if there is any leaking. Ask to test out appliances. Search for the presence of bugs or mice. And flush that toilet to get a feel for the plumbing. Once you feel comfortable with how the place works, then talk contract.

A Note About The Bills

While all-utilities-paid apartments are not too common with rentals in Justice, places that include certain bills are very common. If you find an opening at a complex offering heating included, take it. Winters in Justice can get extremely cold, and having the freedom to use that heat without worrying about added costs is awesome, like so awesome you'll just be dying to get home and cozy up on the sofa.

Where Are All The Complexes?

Apartment complexes in Justice don't exist in large numbers. While you will have the most luck searching for an individually owned duplex or apartment, you can still locate homes within managed communities. The Laurels Apartments property, which has spacious one-bedroom apartments, as well as two- and three-bedroom pads, usually has openings; to successfully land a home at one of these complexes, call about a month or more in advance to begin the renting process.

What to Prepare

Once you know what you want, you have to give them what they want. In terms of finances. You won't be able to sign the rent agreement until one month's rent is paid along with a deposit. Application fees and / or realtor fees are typically required, unless you are dealing directly with an individual owner. If you are in a battle for a dream home, bringing your own credit score, background check, and landlord references can help make you a more reliable choice than other potential tenants.

Justice Neighborhoods

Justice has a total land area of just 2.88 square miles so it may not seem like it matters where you live, but it does. With a crime rate of well less than half the national average, you won't have to consider crime when choosing a neighborhood as every 'hood in town is quite safe. But, some neighborhoods in Justice are convenient in different ways, and that's why it's vital that you be aware of the features of each neighborhood.

Village Center: The gorgeous Bethania Cemetery and beautiful Resurrection Cemetery have added fame to this neighborhood. The area is mostly housing. R. J. Munchies is a popular local eatery. While it's possible to walk to eat, get coffee or buy a few things from a convenience mart, you'll have to drive, furiously bike or bus for major errands and to explore the greater region.

Blackstone Avenue / Oak Grove Avenue: Mostly residential with a few scattered businesses, this is perhaps the most car-dependent area of town, unless you live in the section closer to Archer Road. Chet's Melody Lounge is a neighborhood party spot.

82nd Avenue / I-294: It's possible to live here without a car as long as you are okay walking slightly longer distances or biking in some narrow streets. This area offers the best balance as it's full of eateries, near Founders Park and Commissioners Park, and right by the highway.

Justice Neighborhoods
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Justice has a total land area of just 2.88 square miles so it may not seem like it matters where you live, but it does. With a crime rate of well less than half the national average, you won't have to consider crime when choosing a neighborhood as every 'hood in town is quite safe. But, some neighborhoods in Justice are convenient in different ways, and that's why it's vital that you be aware of the features of each neighborhood.

Village Center: The gorgeous Bethania Cemetery and beautiful Resurrection Cemetery have added fame to this neighborhood. The area is mostly housing. R. J. Munchies is a popular local eatery. While it's possible to walk to eat, get coffee or buy a few things from a convenience mart, you'll have to drive, furiously bike or bus for major errands and to explore the greater region.

Blackstone Avenue / Oak Grove Avenue: Mostly residential with a few scattered businesses, this is perhaps the most car-dependent area of town, unless you live in the section closer to Archer Road. Chet's Melody Lounge is a neighborhood party spot.

82nd Avenue / I-294: It's possible to live here without a car as long as you are okay walking slightly longer distances or biking in some narrow streets. This area offers the best balance as it's full of eateries, near Founders Park and Commissioners Park, and right by the highway.

Living in Justice

Very much within the realm of Chicago, Justice is still far enough back that you don't get blown off your bike by heavy Lake Michigan winds. With Chicago so close, Justice locals do enjoy going to the Windy City to hang out at Navy Pier, catch a Chicago Cubs baseball game, and visit the Shedd Aquarium. Yet there still are ample activities within the village's boundaries. Fasano's Pizza and Jimmy's Drive-In bring so much flavor that even those living in the Loop make the trip for a bite. Resurrection Cemetery, with its grand gates and pristine grounds, makes for a pleasant afternoon stroll. Walking along Archer Road and 79th Street and viewing all the marts, flower stores, and barber shops makes you feel like you have returned to a simpler time, until you walk right into a Marathon Gas Station and Subway Restaurant. You see the contradiction! The only righteous way to enjoy Justice is to embrace it all.

Living in Justice
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Very much within the realm of Chicago, Justice is still far enough back that you don't get blown off your bike by heavy Lake Michigan winds. With Chicago so close, Justice locals do enjoy going to the Windy City to hang out at Navy Pier, catch a Chicago Cubs baseball game, and visit the Shedd Aquarium. Yet there still are ample activities within the village's boundaries. Fasano's Pizza and Jimmy's Drive-In bring so much flavor that even those living in the Loop make the trip for a bite. Resurrection Cemetery, with its grand gates and pristine grounds, makes for a pleasant afternoon stroll. Walking along Archer Road and 79th Street and viewing all the marts, flower stores, and barber shops makes you feel like you have returned to a simpler time, until you walk right into a Marathon Gas Station and Subway Restaurant. You see the contradiction! The only righteous way to enjoy Justice is to embrace it all.