Englewood Community Development Corp. has partnered with Living Word Baptist Church to redevelop a parcel directly across from the church into a 15-unit apartment community.
Record unemployment caused by the coronavirus pandemic led to the largest one-month increase in mortgage delinquencies ever recorded.
The Michigan-based firm intends to develop 20 condos and 15 townhomes on parcels near the nexus of the Holy Cross, Arsenal Heights and Woodruff Place neighborhoods.
Applications for home construction permits rose 5% in the Indianapolis area in April, marking the ninth monthly increase in the past 10 months on a year-over-year basis.
Amid the big decline in sales, prices hit record highs in central Indiana, according to the MIBOR Realtor Association.
Advocates for both low-income residents and landlords are calling for an emergency rental assistance program that would help tenants cover payments and keep revenue flowing for apartment owners.
Advocates agree that the federal and state moratoriums are helpful, but say renters will need more help long term. Even one missed rent payment can put low-income residents so far behind they can’t recover.
Indianapolis-based BWI LLC plans to spend $10 million to create the one- and two-story homes, which low- to moderate-income residents could rent to own.
Creating the 66-unit apartment project would entail demolishing the two-story, 30,000-square-foot Teamsters building at 1233 Shelby St.
Homes are still selling in central Indiana, even as public officials ask us to severely limit personal contact and any non-essential travel outside the home. How? Agents, buyers and sellers quickly adapted to the new state of affairs.
Local brokers have made big changes in the way they sell houses in an effort to protect buyers and sellers during the coronavirus outbreak. It’s not clear yet whether or how much the changes will hurt home sales—in the short term or long term.
Interest in buying new homes in central Indiana surged dramatically in the first quarter, before the affects of the COVID-19 pandemic began taking its toll on the economy.
The Airbnb concept for tiny houses was dissolved March 23 with more than $765,000 in outstanding business debt.
Sales of existing single-family homes increased dramatically in central Indiana in March despite a global pandemic that limited house shopping. Meanwhile, tight inventories helped propel the median home price in the region to a record.
Sales ticked up in February—but that was before the coronavirus all but shut down the local economy.
The rush to set up home offices has been traumatic for some. However, experts maintain that, with the right furnishings, equipment and software, it can be pulled off with minimal—or at least only a modicum—of frustration.
Donald and Leslie Bolinger’s vaguely Old World-looking Carmel home seems like it belongs in one of Indianapolis’ historic neighborhoods.
Applications for home construction permits soared 34% in the Indianapolis area in February. The flurry of new applications came before the first cases of COVID-19 hit Indiana.
Three housing and hotel projects are in the works at the former Fort Benjamin Harrison site in Lawrence, and planners hope these projects will accelerate efforts to redevelop part of the former U.S. Army base.
Under a change made Thursday, a controversial provision to preempt local ordinances that deal with landlord-tenant rights would take effect immediately instead of July 1.