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List of Housing for Rental

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Posted Sept 19, 2018

Apartments for Rent

Details

CV Indy Rentals offers studio to 4 bedroom apartments conveniently located within walking distance to downtown and the IUPUI Campus. Please check out our website or contact our office directly for further details, specials and availability. These apartments are a MUST see and the boutique style buildings are totally inviting!

Contact

CV Indy Rentals
632 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr St
Indianapolis, IN
317-600-3622
Website

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Posted July 5, 2018

Condo for Lease

Details

Enjoy This Unique 2-Level Condo W/Spectacular Water View From The Great Rm, Dining Rm & Bedroom.
This Private, Park-Like Setting Is Surrounded By Trees & Faces A Second Pond & Wooded Area.
Three Br’s Upstairs. Great Rm W/Vaulted Ceiling. Dining Rm Opens To Kitchen W/All Appliances.
Laundry Rm On Main Flr. Finished 2-Car Attached Garage.
Rent: $1220/month

Location

7527 Reflections Dr Unit 1
INDIANAPOLIS

Photos

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WARNING! Although these posting are directed to medical students and residents, there may be unscrupulous people looking to scam homeowners. It is highly encouraged that you use whatever means available to do the proper screening of potential renters. There have been reports of people who use contact information as a means to create fraud. For example, we had a student who was contacted via e-mail/text messages (avoiding to speak or meet in person) and pushed to accept a check to be deposit for the place ASAP. The check they sent was invalid with the amount in excess of what was discussed. The scam turns out to be that they want you to deposit the check and then send them the excess, leaving you out of the money and often once the bank realizes the check was a fraud, the bank may charge you fees as well. Be on the ALERT and pay close attention. Be cautious of tenants who “cannot” or will not meet or speak to you personally and ask your bank to verify any checks to make sure they are valid before cashing.