Situated just below Lake Michigan, Indiana is known for having a unique mixture of countryside towns and metropolitan cities. As a result, the demand for real estate in this area has remained steady over the past several years. Properties throughout Indiana range from old to new, but most are single-family homes with two- to four-bedrooms amidst a handful of townhouses and apartments.
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Centrally located in Marion County, the capital of Indiana is home to the world's largest single-day sporting event, the Indianapolis 500. This event alone draws more than 300,000 visitors each year. In the northeast corner of the state, Fort Wayne is recognized as a center for industries related to distribution and defense. In the south, Evansville offers convenient access to riverside real estate while Bloomington is sometimes described as a gateway to nature and education. The city of Fishers has also received high ranks for safety and sustainability, but commuters may prefer Hammond along the border of Illinois for convenient highway access and public transportation. Nearby, South Bend features several museums and historic landmarks and is home to many of the students enrolled at the University of Notre Dame.