A historic state budget for housing

As he signed Indiana’s next biennial budget hours after it passed the General Assembly, Gov. Holcomb remarked, “(This) isn’t just your average, ordinary, typical, two-year budget…it is a generational impact budget.”... Read More

Task Force plans ahead for housing growth

Last week, the Indiana Housing Task Force released a list of recommendations for ramping up residential inventory, setting the stage for legislative action when the General Assembly reconvenes in January for a session that includes crafting the next two-year state budget.... Read More

Housing is critical infrastructure for Indiana’s economic development

While uncertainties have clouded the national economic outlook, 2022 has produced a steady stream of positive news for Indiana through July – new business attraction and expansion projects worth nearly $17 billion (a record-setting pace), unemployment below 2.5%, personal income growth outpacing the U.S. by nearly 20% over the past year-and-a-half.... Read More

A More Inclusive Housing Market Starts with More Inventory

Spring is here, and so is the start of our traditional homebuying season. But for many prospective buyers, the search for the right home has become a year-round frustration. Low inventory and high prices are a fact of life in housing markets across Indiana, making affordability a critical challenge for growth-minded communities and our common need to grow the Hoosier workforce.... Read More