119 Furnished Apartments for rent in Broussard, LA
Broussard wasn't always Broussard. In fact, the city was first called Cote Gelee, which means Frozen Hills, because of a severe winter in 1784. The hilly terrain froze over and became slick and treacherous. In 1884, the name of the town was changed by Valsin Broussard, a resident whose store was robbed. He decided to start a vigilante group and change the town's name, and it worked. The name stuck, and thus began the evolution of Broussard as we know it.
Broussard is a suburb of Lafayette, LA, and it offers a slew of history and historic sites, as well as exciting present day growth. Broussard has a strong Cajun history, located near the Mississippi bayou and the ever-famous port town of New Orleans. In fact, the town's official head line is "Southern hospitality and charm combine with hot growth opportunities and cutting-edge 21st century technology in this Cajun country heartland." But that means that people aren't only dwelling in the past, they're building toward the future, and tons of restaurants, stores, and new housing developments are being built there every day. If you're looking for a Lafayette suburb with a flavor of its own, but still plenty of new housing developments, this is the place for you! The town is teeming with 2 bedroom apartments and 1 bedroom apartments for rent, and it's just waiting for you to move there and call it home. See more
Furnished apartments in Broussard can save you a ton of time, money and stress. Finding a furnished apartment requires some research to find the right situation for you. Some furnished spaces are short-term rentals designed for corporate stays. This could be ideal if you’re looking for some flexibility while you look around for a more permanent space and save up for furniture.
You can also look for furnished apartments in Broussard as a subletter. Someone who is relocating or traveling for a short time or needs a new roommate may already have a furnished apartment ready to go.
Ask questions about the furniture before you move in. Who is responsible for repairs to the furniture? Will you have access to the furniture for the duration of your lease? It]s possible that someone who moved out of the apartment and left their roommate and furniture behind may want to collect it at a later date.