Sunday, May 24, 2009

Shhhhhh! Keep It Down, Willya?

You'll spoil everything!

For the 15th consecutive quarter, Indianapolis led the nation's large cities (population 500,000 and up) in home affordability. The Indiana capital tops the list due to very reasonable home prices and relatively high median income: Nearly 95% of all homes sold were affordable to those earning the metro area's median income of $68,100.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

*Superfriends Announcer Voice*

"Meanwhile, back in Indianapolis . . . zzzzzzzz."

Shootin' Buddy