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Indianapolis is the Capital of Indiana. Indianapolis is the seat for Marion County, its statical area includes Boone, Hendricks, Hancock, Jonson, Morgan, Marion and Shelby counties. The estimated population of Indianapolis for the year 2003 was 783,438. Indianapolis is the biggest city of Indiana, it is the main operating point in a rich agricultural area and is a major grain and livestock market. For a large area it is also a commercial, transportation and industrial center. Its many manufactures includes clay, paper, lumber and dairy products, construction & agricultural equipment, chemicals, auto parts, fertilizers and feeds, limestone, pharmaceuticals and apparels etc.

Indianapolis has humid continental climate with four distinct seasons. In summers temperature reaches to 90-degrees; it is usually hot and humid. Spring and Autumn are usually pleasant with temperature ranging from 18-degree to 65-degree F. Winters can be long and cold with daily, here temperature can fall into negative digits. The summers are the rainiest months with over 4 inches average per month. The city faces average of 27.5 inches snowfall.

EDUCATION: Indianapolis has many universities, some of them are Butler University, Marian College, University of Indianapolis, Martin University, Oakland University.
Primary & Secondary Schools: Lawrence Central High School, Pike High School, a few Roman Catholic Schools, North Central School.
Sports: Indianapolis is famous for playing and hosting - Soccer, Baseball and hockey.

Real Estate Dec, 06: The Indianapolis housing market is still in favor of the buyer. currently there are almost 10,000 homes listed in the MLS. There are many bargains to be found for the homebuyer or investor who shops around. If you are interested in buying home you can match 4-mortgage quotes for free. Please fill the form with the required details and we will match the quotes with the top mortgage lenders. You can choose the suitable one for you.

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The nation's one of the largest city has gone through a dramatic revitalization and a stunning renaissance that made it a different place than it was, a decade ago. Indianapolis is the perfect balance of cosmopolitan style and a small-town appeal that makes it a successful destination catering to more than 18 million visitors a year.

Indianapolis is known as the Crossroads of America as it is easily accessible from a wide variety of places, as more Interstate Highways divide Indianapolis and Indiana than any other in the country. Indianapolis gained a nickname as the "Racing Capitol of the World" due to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Indianapolis hosts the two largest single-day sporting events in the world, they are - the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400 and the largest Formula One race in the world, the United States Grand Prix.

There is an increment in home sales activity in the inner city and downtown area due to revitalization efforts. New construction in Marion County experienced a significant increase while average sales price for homes in Marion County has declined slightly. Home prices in general in the metropolitan and surrounding counties is up to 4.3%. The Downtown area is thriving with new evolution of Town homes, condominiums and loft apartments. Downtown is becoming a wonderful place to live with great entertainment opportunities and sports activities. The new Dome for the Colts is coming along nicely with anticipated development of restaurants, and other businesses are not far behind.

 

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