Indianapolis Indiana is routinely identified by CNN Money, Forbes magazine and others as one of the best places in the country to live based on housing affordability, unemployment and cost of living. In 2012 the median home price for an Indianapolis home was just $119,000 - $39,000 below the national median.
Affordable living makes it easy to enjoy all that Indy offers. A 1970s revival of the city focused on creating a sports hub, and apparently the plan worked! Indianapolis is home to the Indianapolis Colts, the Indianapolis Pacers and, of course, the Indy 500. Numerous sports organizations are headquartered in Indianapolis, including the NCAA, USA Gymnastics and USA Track and Field.
Although Indy residents love their sports, there's plenty more to keep them entertained. The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is the largest children's museum in the country, and the Indianapolis Zoo is the nation's first three-in-one zoo, aquarium and botanical garden.
Indianapolis real estate is varied, and includes the historic homes of Broad Ripple and Meridian-Kessler, waterfront homes on Geist Reservoir, and downtown condos overlooking the city skyline.
Spacious 2 Bedroom + Loft in walking distance of Butler University. Home has a family room and separate dining area an a open kitchen. Main bedroom located on the first f...
Listing courtesy of Triple E Realty, Llc.
Meridian Kessler charm AND a new knock-out kitchen! Enjoy entertaining in this 2 story red brick colonial while cooking in the very spacious completely renovated gourmet ...
Listing courtesy of F.C. Tucker Company.
Low maintenance 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo on the west side with attached garage and outdoor patio. Main level features fresh neutral wall paint, laminate wood floors, g...
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Indy Metro W.
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