Good Housekeeping magazine has listed Indianapolis as one of the best metro places to live for first-time homeowners. The article lists nearly two dozen locations across the U.S. with affordable housing options.
“A few years ago, you might’ve said near or in a city without hesitation; somewhere close to your office, favorite restaurants, and inner circle. But, due to the coronavirus pandemic, many people are rethinking those hustling, bustling metropolises,” said the publication.
In addition to Indianapolis, the publication includes Chicago, saying it’s a more affordable option for big city living than New York.
In its write-up about Indy, Good Housekeeping cites online marketplace LendingTree’s ranking for attainable real-estate markets and growing health and tech sectors.
“Not only does the Crossroads of America have a bustling healthcare and technology scene, but its cost of living is also 7.6 percent under the national average. That way, you can have a steady work-life balance,” stated the publication.
The Indy Chamber points out it recently launched the website LifeInIndy.com to provide information on neighborhoods, activities, and career opportunities for potential residents.
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