(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) – Good Housekeeping listed Indianapolis as one of the best places to live for first-time homeowners according to their March 31 article outlining potential options for individuals considering the pros and cons of their current market. Citing LendingTree’s similar ranking for new homebuyers and career opportunities in healthcare and technology, Good Housekeeping notes Indy’s affordability as an asset for creating a solid work-life balance.
Given the advent of remote work due to COVID-19, many individuals across the country are evaluating where to build their lives with flexible working arrangements. The Indy Chamber and numerous civic partners recently launched LifeInIndy.com to provide information on neighborhoods, things to do, and career opportunities for potential residents as these individuals make these important life decisions.
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The Indy Chamber empowers business to ensure all have the opportunity to succeed in the Indianapolis region by connecting, convening, and taking action to move our region forward. Through membership, economic development, entrepreneur services, and advocacy, the Indy Chamber and its nearly 2,000 businesses strive for inclusive economic growth and mobility. For more information, please visit IndyChamber.com.