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Westfield Real Estate Report - September 2007 - 10/31/07 09:20 AM
The Westfield Indiana real estate market seems to be echoing the Indianapolis real estate market as a whole, but is fairing a little better than most other areas. The number of homes sold is down very slightly while the average sales price is down over the same time last year. September 2007 had 45 homes close in Westfield with an average sales price of $208,332. The average home in September 2007 was on the market for 71 days and received 97% of the asking price. The same time last year, 47 homes closed with an average selling price of $217,594. (0 comments)
The Fishers real estate market is reporting relatively the same numbers as the rest of Indianapolis; a decrease in the amount of homes sold and a very slight decrease in the average sold price. In September 2007, 110 homes sold on the Fishers real estate market with an average selling price of $210,941. In September 2006, 128 Fishers homes sold with an average selling price of $205,293. This represents a 14% decline in the number of homes sold and 1% decrease in the average sales price over 2006. The average price per square foot was $96 in 2007 and $97 (0 comments)
Zionsville New Homes - Brookhaven - 10/26/07 05:46 PM
Drees Homes Indianapolis has opened its newest new homes community in Zionsville, Brookhaven. Brookhaven can be found on 146th Street east of Michigan Road and will be featuring homes ranging from the high 300’s to the high 500’s. Brookhaven is offering 14 different models that will range in size from 2,400 to over 4,000 square feet. Brookhaven will be a medium sized community that will contain a total of 240 homes when the project is completed. If you are considering purchasing a home in Brookhaven some of the amenities you have to look forward to are: 80 acres of ponds (0 comments)
Zionsville New Homes - Fieldstone - 10/25/07 09:41 AM
Ryland Homes Indianapolis is adding a new community to the Zionsville real estate market. Ryland Homes Fieldstone is one of the most recent new home communities in Zionsville and is located east of Michigan Road on 146th Street. Fieldstone will be a relatively small neighborhood with only 86 home sites and will be offering a variety of floor plans ranging from 2401 – 3904 square feet. The base price of the homes will start in the $320’s and go up to $400,000. All of the homes in Fieldstone come with an impressive list of included features including: basements, 3 car garages, (0 comments)
Battle for Geist Tax Dollars Continues - 10/24/07 11:47 AM
Well, the battle over the coveted Geist lakefront home’s tax dollars continues to unfold. Recently Geist residents opposed to the forced annexation of Fishers filed a petition to incorporate into two new towns, East and West Geist. They believe this will stop, inhibit, or at least slow down the process of annexation. This past week the town of Fishers as a Hamilton county judge whether County Commissioners can create the two new Geist towns. Fishers does not want that to happen and would rather annex the area first. The town has offered the residents some concessions from tax breaks to (1 comments)
Hamilton Town Center Opens Its Doors - 10/23/07 04:46 PM
The newest outdoor shopping mall in the region has just opened the doors of its first and largest tenant. J.C. Penny is the first to open is the brand new 950,000 square foot Hamilton Town Center located off exit 10 at I-69 in Noblesville. The mall is set to be fully open in 2008 and is another illustration of Hamilton County’s growth explosion. Hamilton County is the nation’s 18th fastest growing county. When complete, the mall will have an impressive list of tenants including: Dick’s sporting goods, Old Navy, Borders, Victoria’s Secret, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor Loft, Bed Bath and Beyond, (1 comments)
Plan Unvieled to Ease I-69 Traffic - 10/21/07 07:47 AM
The Indiana Department of Transportation released some details about a proposed $550 million project aimed at easing traffic along the I-69 I-465 interchange. According to officials, the current problem is not the volume of traffic, rather the inefficient way it is handled. Hence, the project will be designed to route traffic more efficiently that it currently does. Well, dah! If you have ever crawled onto I-69 from I-465 any rush hour, you couldn’t possibly dream of a more inefficient way to handle these overloaded interchanges. Alas, there is help on the way. They are talking about adding flyover ramps for the (0 comments)
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