Tuesday, May 26, 2020

20 Charming Small Towns in Indiana - A Go To List


 

Franklin

Voted as the home of Indiana’s best main street, Franklin is the county seat of Johnson County (just south of Indianapolis) and is home to 25,000 Hoosiers.
Madison, Small Towns

Madison

Home to one of the country’s largest National Historic Landmark Districts, Madison finished second in our Best Main Street voting and is home to incredible shopping, history and much more. USA Today readers voted it among America’s best small town food scenes. Read More.
Angola, Small Towns

Angola

Named by USA Today as one of America’s Best Historic Small Towns, Angola is an incredible place full of history, shopping and fun. Visit nearby Pokagon State Park for year round adventure!
Corydon, Small Towns

Corydon

Serving as the first capitol of Indiana until 1825, there is a lot of history in Corydon. There are many historic propertiescaves, and landmarks easily found in the little town! Did you know that Corydon was the site of the only Civil War battle on Indiana soil?
Wabash, Small Town

Wabash

Known to be the first electrically-lighted city in the worldWabash is the aptly named county seat of Wabash County. If you are looking for a fun date night or family experience, catch a show at the Honeywell Center and/or stay at the historic Charley Creek Inn!
Aurora, Small Towns, The 20 IN 20

Aurora

Aurora holds just under 4,000 citizens but is full of life. It’s home to a Top 10 Main Street and a Top 10 Brewery !
Auburn, Small Towns

Auburn

Home to four epic car museums and a history of making amazing automobiles, Auburn draws car lovers from around the world.
Nashville, Small Towns

Nashville

Nestled in the hills of Brown County, Nashville is a tiny town with amazing shopping, art history and lots of charm!
James Whitcomb Riley Boyhood Home Museum, Greenfield, Small Town

Greenfield

A vibrant historic district with a wide variety of shops, restaurants, and amazing architecture welcome you to Greenfield. You can visit the boyhood home and birthplace of James Whitcomb Riley and enjoy tons of family fun at Tuttle Orchards.
Huntingburg, Small Towns

Huntingburg

Did you know that Hungtingburg is known as the “Hollywood of the Midwest?” A League of Their OwnHard Rain, and Soul of the Game were all filmed in the 6,000-person town. In fact, you can watch a game at the at the stadium where A League of Their Own was filmed.
Greencastle, Small Towns

Greencastle

A trip to Greencastle is a must if you want to experience art, great food, and culture. It is also now home to one of the most spectacular murals in Indiana! Home to the University of Depauw, this small town is also home to a great dining scene.
Winona Lake, Small Towns

Winona Lake

On the shores of a beautiful lake in Kosciusko County sits the small town of Winona Lake, a vibrant destination steeped in history. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this former summer retreat is now a shopping destination, with unique retail and service shops and a variety of restaurants and eateries.
Fortville, Small Town, The 20 in 20

Fortville

Nestled in Hancock County, Fortville is one small town with lots of charm, and an incredible dining scene. Among all of the great food is Taxman Brewing Co., voted as one of the best breweries in Indiana.
Goshen, Small Towns

Goshen

This entrepreneurial hub along the Heritage Trail has a lot to be proud of. Whether you’re visiting for the weekend with friends or there with family, there is always something fun to do in Goshen. From one of America’s best diners, to authentic wood-fired fig pizza and incredible candiesGoshen is a foodie’s dream!
Shelbyville, Small Towns

Shelbyville

Only 30 miles east of IndianapolisShelbyville is the perfect place for a quiet getaway. You will find over 4.5 miles of paved trails downtown, and you can try your luck at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino.
Vincennes, Small Towns

Vincennes

As Indiana’s first city, Vincennes is the perfect getaway for history enthusiasts. The hometown of legendary comedian Red Skelton features a museum in his honor. Visit the simply incredible George Rogers Clark National Memorial (It is the largest national monument outside of Washington, D.C.). And don’t miss the Indiana Military Museum, which features more US military artifacts than you can even imagine!
Richmond, Small Town, The 20 in 20

Richmond

Richmond might classify as a small town, but it is great for a family trip.  Thistlethwaite Falls is incredible, and the Starr-Gennett Walk of Fame pays tribute to legends of Jazz, Blues, Country and more, who once recorded in Richmond!
Danville, Small Towns

Danville

Anchored by the Mayberry CafeDanville features a vibrant downtown square with numerous shops and restaurants. The small town is home to the Mayberry in the Midwest festival each year, transforming the downtown square into the setting of the Andy Griffith Show. Visitor favorites include the Bread Basket Cafe & Bakery and Beasley’s Orchard.
Jasper, Small Towns

Jasper

Since of the first settlers to Jasper came from the Black Forest area in Germany, there has been a strong admiration for Deutschland. You can get an authentic taste of Germany at the Schnitzelbank Restaurant. And, the Spirit of Jasper excursion train is a must ride!
Whiting, Small Towns

Whiting

Just a stone’s throw away from Chicago, Whiting is a thriving community with unique attractions. The National Mascot Hall of Fame just opened last year!


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Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Central Indiana Real Estate Market Update


Central Indiana Real Estate Market Update








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Tuesday, May 5, 2020

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Monday, April 27, 2020

Indiana Housing Report - still going strong

INDIANA REALTORS®: MARCH HOME SALES UP NEARLY 8 PERCENT FROM LAST YEAR
Average and Median Prices Increase for 100th Consecutive Month

(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) – Indiana REALTORS® have closed the books on March, today releasing their summary of existing-home sales from the first quarter of 2020. Existing homes include single-family, townhomes, condos, and co-ops.

Statewide, here’s how Q1 2020 compared to Q1 2019:

  • Closed home sales increased 10.1 percent to 17,630
  • The median sales price of homes increased 7.7 percent to $169,900
  • The average sales price of homes increased 8.0 percent to $197,688
  • The percent of original list price received at sale increased 0.4 percent to 95.8 percent
  • Pending home sales increased 5.2 percent to 21,448
  • New listings increased 5.0 percent to 23,396
The traditional year-over-year comparisons show how March 2020 compared to March 2019:

  • Closed home sales increased 7.8 percent to 7,349
  • The median sales price of homes increased 7.3 percent to $176,000
  • The average sales price of homes increased 9.0 percent to $205,664
  • The percent of original list price received at sale increased 0.6 percent to 96.5 percent
  • Pending home sales decreased 7.0 percent to 7,630
  • New listings increased 1.5 percent to 9,040
“Housing markets had a strong first quarter,” said Terre Haute’s Bernice Helman, 2020 President of the Indiana Association of REALTORS®. “The drop in March pending sales is likely due to COVID-19, but closed sales and prices held with considerable increases.

“It is impossible to predict how housing markets will perform over the next several months,” continued Helman. “What Realtors do know is, Hoosiers’ housing needs don’t stop because of a virus. Real estate remains an essential business in Indiana and Realtors have many tools to get our clients to the closing table in this time of social distancing.”

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Monday, April 20, 2020

Since We Are Home - Attic Storage Hacks

Since We Are Home - Attic Storage Hacks 



Being Production While Sheltering in Place

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