Metro population:

2.1 m

Median Home Income:

54,000 dollars

Unemployment rate:

3.3%

Median House Price:

119,000 dollars

Median monthly rent:

1,133 dollars

With a metro area of ​​nearly two million people, Indianapolis is the second largest city in the Midwest and the 14th largest in the United States. The city poured billions of dollars into regeneration and is now ranked among the best cities according to Forbes.

As a city of about 850,000 people, Indy has long been known as a center for the production of air conditioners, cars, auto parts and more. However, like most US cities, Indy's manufacturing industry has greatly diminished, but, they haven't given up. In fact, they did just the opposite. In the last decade the city has steadily and quietly become a national center for new technology.

Today, Indianapolis is home to more than 150 technology companies, including Salesforce, Angie's List, MOBI, and an organization called TechPoint that aims to promote and accelerate the growth of the Indiana technology community.

Some of the factors that make indie attractive to technology companies include low cost of living, limited government regulation and a steady stream of qualified candidates from a number of local (and prestigious) universities. In fact, indie offers technology workers a much more lucrative life compared to the East and West coasts. For example, a tech worker who earns $ 100,000 a year in Indianapolis would have to earn $ 272,891 to get the same standard of living in San Francisco. [Bestplaces .net].

Why invest here?

Indianapolis still offers great opportunities for buying and holding real estate investments. This is especially true for investors who want to invest in a thriving technology community, where it is still possible to acquire assets that provide positive cash flow at prices that are well below market value – prices ranging from $70,000 to $130,000.

  • "# 3 Best City for Home Buyers for the First Time" - Business Insider
  • "# 6 Top Market for Home Owners For Rent" - The Street
  • "Ranked 7th in the city to buy in exchange for the best rent" - CNBC
  • "Ranked 224th with the lowest cost of living" - Business Insider
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Real estate and interest

How much does Amazon headquarters position affect the city? Lot, just a lot. And that kind of ...

How much does the location of Amazon's headquarters affect the city? Lots, just lots. And these are the kind of things you should pay attention to. Will this be Arlington? The company has been searching for a year for locations for its second headquarters, in which hundreds of authorities, such as Newark in New Jersey and Indianapolis in Indiana, competed to attract the company and the tax money it would put together.

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Interested in investing in Indianapolis? Arrange a strategy conversation with our team and we will be happy to match a suitable investment for you.

Sample assets can be viewed at the strategy meeting

Lior Lustig

CEO - Nadlan Group Investor Forum

Lior Lustig is an experienced real estate investor who has been active in the field in Israel and the United States since 2007. Lior has extensive experience in purchasing and managing single and multi-family properties.
Lior currently manages the real estate investors and owners forum of Nadlan Group. Lior is versatile in a wide variety of investment markets in the United States and provides solutions to investors through the company.

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