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Spotlight on Brownsburg, IN

In 2011, CNN Money ranked Brownsburg as the number one place to live in the state of Indiana. Out of one hundred cities in the United States, the news outlet listed Brownsburg as number fifty five that same year. According to CNN Money, the factors that led to such a high ranking for this Indianapolis real estate hot spot were short commute times, excellent schools, and low crime rates which are also major pluses for both area buyers and sellers.

Real Estate Trends in Brownsburg

Located in Hendricks County, Brownsburg had a population of 21,285 in 2010 according to figures reported by the U.S. Census Bureau. This marked a significant increase as 14,520 residents were recorded back in 2000. Over the years, more and more people have been drawn to Brownsburg real estate. In fact, between March and May of 2012, the average number of closings increased by 15.2% compared to 2011. In July 2012, Trulia reported that the average price for residences in the area increased to $203,780. The cost per square foot also went up by 1.4% to $72 compared to the same time period in 2011. These statistics show an improvement in the area’s market conditions.

Brownsburg Schools in the Top Quartile

Many factors draw people to this unique Indianapolis town, but one major selling point is Brownsburg schools. The public schools in this area are part of the Brownsburg Community School Corporation which is comprised of two high schools, two middle schools, and six elementary...

Spotlight on Indianapolis

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.

A City of Sport Lovers

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.

Culture, Shopping, & Fun in Indianapolis

Indianapolis is a growing city, and part of the draw to this metropolitan area is the wonderful range of cultural...

HUD home for sale: 16873 Aulton Drive Noblesville, Indianapolis

Listed at 81,000

This two story home has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and a 2 car attached garage. Home features a master suite with walk in closet, laundry room on the upper level, and a spacious living room/dining room combo. Home sits on a cul-de-sac with a large partially fenced in back yard. 

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***Ask how you can purchase this home with as little as 100.00 down!  You can also roll in the cost of any repairs!!!

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