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best places to live: Carmel Indiana | Best Place to Live in America - 08/21/12 10:48 AM
Best Places to Live in the U.S. are right at home in Hamilton County Carmel Indiana earned the top spot on CNNMoney's 2012 list of Best Places to Live in America - Small Cities, and neighboring Fishers scored a #12 ranking. Combine that with 2011 honors for Westfield (#48) and Noblesville (#50) on CNNMoney's Best Places - Small Towns list and it's official - pretty much all of Hamilton County Indiana is a great place to live! Both Carmel and Fishers were noted for their outstanding school systems. Carmel's Performing Arts Center, Monon Trail access and varied housing choices put it (1 comments)
best places to live: Indianapolis Atop List of Most Affordable Cities to Buy a Home - 04/19/12 09:45 AM
What does a median square footage of 1940 square feet and a median list price of $133,000 get you? A top spot on the list of 10 Most Affordable Cities to Buy a Home! Indianapolis came in at No. 4 on the list, which was released by 24/7 Wall St. using statistics from Realtor.com. According to the article, "These low costs, along with better-than-average unemployment, have led to some increased interest in the city’s real estate. Median list prices climbed 6.4% in the past recorded year, and inventory fell by more than 18% over the same period." San Francisco, not surprisingly, (0 comments)
Last week’s amazing Super Bowl festivities proved that Indianapolis Indiana is agreat place to live, work and play! But successfully hosting a world class sporting event isn’t the only reason to love living in Indy. For instance, did you know that 6 Indy suburbs have been named to CNN Money’s Best Places to Live in the U.S.? And that Forbes magazine named historical North Meridian Street to its list of America’s Prettiest Neighborhoods or that both Fishers and Indy received national recognition for their innovative and accessible playgrounds and parks? Looking for a safe place to live? Fishers was identified (2 comments)
Pop Quiz: What do the towns of Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Westfield have in common? Answer: A lot. For starters, they're all in Indiana. Indianapolis suburbs, to be exact. They're also all located in Hamilton County. AND, they've ALL been named to a CNNMoney.com annual list of Best Places to Live!Noblesville and Westfield were on the recently-released 2011 list of Best Small Towns, which ranked U.S. towns with a population under 50,000, while Carmel and Fishers appeared on the 2010 list of Best Small Cities. That's GREAT news for anyone considering relocating to Hamilton County, since you can be assured (12 comments)
For the sixth straight year Fishers is on RelocateAmerica.com's list of Top 100 Places to Live! What's different this year is that YOU can help make it No.1! Local residents, business owners and anyone else who thinks knows Fishers is a great place to live can cast their vote on the RelocateAmerica.com web site, where you can also size up the competition - which includes state rival Bloomington, as well as more exotic locations such as Anchorage, Alaska. This is the 14th annual list of America's Top 100 Places to Live. The 2011 best communities were identified by RelocateAmerica (4 comments)
Fishers Indiana tops another list of best places to live, this time taking the No. 1 spot on TLC.com's Top 10 Cities for Families. And guess what? We're not surprised! View the entire list here.
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2010 Fishers Accolades Best Affordable Suburb in the U.S. - BusinessWeek.com Top 100 Places to Live in 2010 - RelocateAmerica Top 100 Best Places to Live in America (#8) - Money magazine Best Under-rated Golf Communities (#2) - Livability.com 2009 Fishers Accolades Top 100 Best Places to (6 comments)
best places to live: Guide to Carmel Indiana neighborhoods and subdivisions - 02/07/11 04:42 PM
Guide to Carmel Indiana neighborhoods and subdivisions $250,000 to $350,000 The first thing you should know about relocating to Carmel Indiana is that it’s pronounced like the candy, not the same-named city in California! The second thing you should know is that this popular suburb just north of Indianapolis cracked the top 20 in Money magazine and CNNMoney.com’s Top 100 Best Places to Live in America - and it's not the first time! And finally, you’ll want to know that you’re not alone. Carmel is the most-often requested northern suburb for people relocating to the Indianapolis area, making it a friendly, (29 comments)
best places to live: Noblesville Indiana: A Best in the Midwest! - 12/09/10 06:25 AM
A top-notch school system, affordable real estate and a hometown feel are just a few of the reasons Noblesville Indiana continues to garner recognition as one of the best places in the country to live. I'm happy to report that there are also plenty of fun things to do and see in Noblesville Indiana. I’ve compiled a list of favorites. Try a few and I think you´ll agree that Noblesville really is a "best" in the Midwest!
Sunbathe at the BeachIt's a little hard to imagine in chilly December, but Indiana does warm up, and when it does Morse Park (7 comments)
Not only is Noblesville Indiana a great place for families, it’s now officially a great place for senior citizens as well! Word’s out that Noblesville made the Top 5 in an MSN Money article naming the Best Cheap Places to Retire in the U.S. The list, compiled by Bert Sperling of Sperling’s Best Places, considered affordable housing, a stable economy, reasonable access to medical care and a wealth of leisure activities in its choices. Noblesville, it seems, has all those in abundance! This newest Noblesville accolade got me thinking about all those that have preceded it in the past few (0 comments)
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