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Indiana is located in the Midwestern region of North America and has a total population of over 6.4 million people. The state also boasts an ethnically diverse culture; Caucasians, African Americans, Native Americans, Hispanic and Latinos are Indiana's predominant ethnic groups. The land's sweeping plains flow between alternative levels of terrain and altitude; their formation is categorized into three different groups in order to accommodate the contrast in land types. The Great Lakes Plains structure is permeated by smooth flatlands and endless sand dunes, which then shift into the Till Plains moderate hills and overflowing valleys further south. The Southern Plains feature rough landscapes and majestic mountains along with interweaving lowland routes and paths. In fact, many travelers and tourists that see the Southern plains, afterwards, consider it to one of the most beautiful places to visit in Indiana.

The state's major cities include, Evansville ( Vanderburgh County), Muncie (Delaware County), Elkhart (Elkhart County), Fort Wayne ( Allen County) and the state's capital city, Indianapolis. Indianapolis is the state's largest city and is it's most populated- over 80,000 people live in Indianapolis. The city is home to many renowned universities and colleges, including Ball State University, Ivy Tech Community College, Art Institute of Indianapolis and Oakland City University. For families with children that come to live in Indianapolis, the city offers a plethora of parks and recreational areas that can provide entertainment and leisure for the entire family. Besides entertainment facilities, Indianapolis has a number of local libraries and community groups to join. The process of choosing the right location is made easy with our available Indiana foreclosures listings. Our wide range of listings has a little bit of something for everyone!

A diverse range of industries characterizes this state's economy; one of the most important areas is its prominent and booming manufacturing industry, which specializes in the production of transport equipment and metals (steel is the biggest focus area of the industry). These two crucial areas benefit from being able to branch out into all types of industry sectors, including supplying materials for aviation, cars, trucks, buses and trains, just to name a few.

Current statistics on the housing market indicate a decrease in listing prices across many major cities. Indianapolis' current median prices average at just over $106,000, while Fort Wayne's median range sits at just below $90,000. With an abundance of Indiana home foreclosures in our listings, the potential for a bargain sale is always there in this beautiful state.