Moving to Indianapolis
Indianapolis Relocation Information
Welcome home to Indianapolis, Indiana! Nicknamed “the crossroads of America,” Indiana was granted statehood on Dec. 11, 1816, making it the 19th state to enter the union. Indianapolis has served as the state capital since 1825. Indiana spans an area of 36,420 square miles, which makes it the 38th largest state in the nation. The topography, shaped by glaciers during the last Ice Age, includes gently rolling terrain and vast plains.
Service industries, manufacturing, mining and farming all contribute to our state’s economy, with access to Lake Michigan and the Ohio River providing easy transport of goods and services. The climate provides four distinct seasons, with temperatures averaging 28 degrees F in January to 75 degrees F in July. The diversity of commerce, seasons and population is one of the many reasons people choose Indiana as a place to call home. With more than 6 million residents, Indiana is the 14th most populated state.
Indianapolis is the largest city in the Hoosier state, accounting for about 790,000 residents. With dozens of unique, vibrant neighborhoods, Indianapolis has many homes to suit whatever your lifestyle requires. From loft-style condos and custom-built houses to historic homes, let me help you find the home of your dreams.
Indianapolis offers a vast array of neighborhoods and communities to suit every lifestyle. From private, waterfront homes to urban lofts, we will find the perfect home for you. Find out about these communities, view maps and search for homes. LEARN MORE
Indianapolis Schools and Education
The Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) is the largest school system in the state and serves the neighborhoods within the original city boundaries. There are also township, magnet and charters schools in the city of Indianapolis. LEARN MORE
Indianapolis is the ultimate city for sports fans. In addition to numerous professional and collegiate teams and the world famous Indianapolis 500, the headquarters of the NCAA, the main governing body for U.S. collegiate sports, is located in Indianapolis. LEARN MORE
Indianapolis Government and Business
Information about Indianapolis government, featuring websites and guide to demographics, history, and adminstrative offices for both local and state government. Find out about taxes, public transportation and the area quick facts. LEARN MORE
Indianapolis Arts and Museums
Indianapolis is a world class city featuring a wide variety of arts, museums and music venues. You can enjoy concerts on the canal, as well as the symphony. Check out some of the local arts districts, as well as great entertainment in Indianapolis. READ MORE
Love it or not, the weather in indianapolis is as diverse as the seasons and just as certain to change. We have wonderful springs where Aprils showers do bring May flowers, summers are warm, fall creates a beautiful landscape of amazing foilage and winters are brisk and cool. LEARN MORE
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