Practicing and living in Indianapolis
Living in Indianapolis
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With an appealing blend of big-city amenities, cosmopolitan style, small-town charm and affordability, the Indianapolis area is consistently ranked among the best places to live:
“Ranked among the best places for business and careers in 2008”—Forbes in January 2008 called Indianapolis one of the best places to live and work based on the cost of doing business, job growth, educational attainment and population.
“A model for urban renewal”—Indianapolis ranks sixth on MSN’s 2008 “Best Bargain” real estate markets, which it describes as the “best, livable cities where you won’t need to trade the good life for the boring.”
“Most affordable places to live well”—According to the NAHB/Wells Fargo housing affordability index as reported by Forbes in November 2007, Indianapolis has a higher percentage of homes available to the median-earning household than any other city. Indianapolis ranks as the 13th-least-expensive city in which to live