Indiana‘s commercial real estate sector is performing better than it has since the recession.
Real estate experts say low interest rates are fueling the market.
After fire destroyed part of the factory in 2011, For Bare Feet moved its operations to Martinsville and gave the old site to the Brown County commissioners.
Home interest rates are being advertised as historic lows, but to get those rates, realtors say buyers need above average credit.
While the number of homes sold went up, the median selling price was down slightly, about $133,000.
Few opposition voices were in attendance at last night's League of Women Voters discussion of Public Question number two.