The 8,500-square-foot house owned by real estate agent Joe Everhart and Ken Ramsay served as a clubhouse for seven decades before the couple turned it back into a home.
Industry experts point to a host of factors for the increasing shortage but say it’s mostly driven by the state’s property tax caps coupled with rising home-building fees charged by municipalities.
Buyer demand proved so strong this summer that Hoosiers bought 9,080 existing homes in June alone—the state’s second-largest one-month sales tally in the past 12 years.
Just as the residential market regains steam, the number of real estate agents is waning.
Fine artist Kyle Ragsdale grew up in Texas and spent years in New Mexico. But when it came time to put down roots in Indianapolis, where he’s lived since the 1990s, he chose the Fountain Square neighborhood.
The blue-collar neighborhood adjacent to Fountain Square suddenly is becoming hip among first-time homebuyers.
Former officers quarters at Fort Benjamin Harrison transformed into home for Pence lieutenant, CIB chief
If prior sales of expensive one-of-a-kind homes are any guide, the Carmel estate owned by Bren Simon will be difficult to sell for anything near its asking price of $25 million.
Ward takes first place among IBJ’s All-Star Teams sixth year in row.
Ursula David hopes her first manufactured home will catch on at other infill lots close to downtown.