958 single-family building permits were granted in November 2015. That number is up 14% when compared to November 2014.
Abdul Sater Assaf and his family arrived in Indianapolis less than two weeks ago after resettling in Indianapolis with help from the Catholic Church.
Realty Trac data shows all-cash deals in Indianapolis hit 17 percent in June, which is up from 7 percent from June 2012.
Realtor F.C. Tucker has seen a 35 percent increase in home sales and many of those are buy people in their twenties.
A group of researchers, including a Rose-Hulman professor, have found specific home design features increase their chances of withstanding tornado damage.
The expansion provides additional funding and expands the programs eligibility criteria.
Several Indiana homeowners have been forced to pay for flood insurance since the state's floodplain maps were redrawn.
One representative wants to establish a Neighborhood Revitalization Fund that will offer low-interest loans to remodel, rehab or purchase abandoned homes.
Indianapolis Homeland Security is now looking for signs of natural gas for the cause of the explosion.
A psychology professor says evicted residents are showing their anger by damaging the homes before they leave.