Community Information


     Whether you're buying a home, selling your home or relocating, the following information, resources and tools will help to guide your decision.


     Carmel has just been named the best place to live in America!  The attached article states that no own has ever heard of this city, but if you're from the Indianapolis area you already know what a great place it is.   http://www.townandcountrymag.com/leisure/a9280984/best-place-to-live-in-america/


     Fishers is known for it's new developments in both residential and retail areas. It's schools rank 7th in the state and last year Money Magazine ranked Fishers the 30th best place to live. http://time.com/money/collection-post/4469018/fishers-indiana/


     Noblesville  is the county seat for Hamilton county and has a population of about 59,000 people. It has a lower than average unemployment rate, 3.5%, with a median home price of $170,900.


     Geist, while commonly referred to in the same way as if it were a town or city, "Geist" is actually short for the reservoir that bears its name and around which waterfront estates and hundreds of upscale neighborhoods have been developed.


     At 1,900 acres, Geist Reservoir and the Geist area spans three counties, four voting precincts, four school districts, and five different zip codes. Although shallow, the reservoir is a huge attraction for boaters, fishers, swimmers and sailors. In addition to residents, for more than 50 years the Indianapolis Yacht Club has called Geist home. A private boating and social club, IYC offers nautical, recreational, social and family/private events, swimming pool, food and beverage, and fun and fellowship for its members.


     Indianapolis is the capitol of the state of Indiana and has an estimated population of 853,000 people.  It has the second largest population in the Midwest and ranks 14th in the United States.  The median home price is $137,300 with values going up 5.5% over the past year.  The Indianapolis metropolitan region is the 26th largest economic region in the U.S and the 42nd largest in the  world.