Indianapolis, the bustling capital of Indiana, is a wonderful place to call home. It is the eleventh largest city in the United States, and yet somehow, Indy is able to retain a hometown charm that makes it one of the most livable major cities in the country according to Forbes and Livability.com. With a great downtown area full of restaurants, shopping, museums, and art galleries, Indianapolis has all of the appeal of a major city while maintaining the Hoosier spirit of friendship and camaraderie.
People from around the globe flock to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the biggest, single-day sporting event in the entire world. The Speedway is over one hundred years old and is home to the Indy 500, the Brickyard 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, and the Red Bull Indianapolis GP MotoGP race. Combined, these races make Indianapolis the home of racing. And if fast cars aren't of interest to you, the capital city has a wide variety of other sports and recreation available for adventure seekers and families alike. People can head to one of the cities numerous parks to ride their bikes or enjoy one of the cities pristine golf courses. Residents can also take in a horse race, cheer on the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium, or head downtown to root for the Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Indianapolis is a growing city, and part of the draw to this metropolitan area is the wonderful range of cultural events, restaurants, museums, and opportunities for family fun. The city's great downtown area alone has over two-hundred retail shops, thirty-five hotels, and almost three hundred restaurants. The area also has numerous sports venues, nearby casinos, and numerous museums, including the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, the Indiana State Museum, and the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Indianapolis real estate is currently very affordable. According to Trulia, the average listing price of a home here is a little over $160,000 and the median sales price is almost $76,000. Any experienced Indy realtor will tell people that now is a great time to buy because home prices are extremely low and are likely to begin regaining value over the next few years. Mortgage rates are also at an all-time low, making buying a great Indianapolis area home more affordable than ever. Buyers that are interested should speak with an Indianapolis real estate agent at RE/MAX Advanced Realty by calling 317.298.0961 to learn more about properties in this flourishing city.
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