The Indianapolis market includes the following counties: Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, and Marion.

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INDIANAPOLIS HOUSING 2Q17: Critically Low Lot Supply May Cool Off a Strong Market

Quarterly New Home Starts are down 7.9% from 2Q16 levels – but Annual Starts through June 2017 are up 7.6% YoY The supply of lots is at prerecession lows – the volume of lots in the Indianapolis market is at its lowest point since coming out of the recession with just over 9,300 lots on …

INDIANAPOLIS HOUSING 2Q16: The Strongest Quarter Since 2007 – Annual Starts Exceed 5,000 for the First Time Since Recession

2Q16 Strongest Quarter For New Home Starts Since 2007 & Annual Starts Over 5,000 First Time Since Recession Lot inventory remains low and quarterly lot delivery has not kept pace with absorption; if not corrected in the long term, this trend could restrict the market’s ability to continue its upward rate of growth. Metrostudy forecasts …

INDIANAPOLIS HOUSING 3Q15: Starts at Highest Levels Since 2004/2005 Boom, But Low Inventory Could Restrict Continued Upward Growth Trend

New Home Starts in 2Q15 and 3Q15 had highest 6-month total since 2004/2005 boom years Most markets saw construction activity increase in the first nine months of 2015, with Marion County up 25.2% from the same period last year Rapidly shrinking supply of “A” and “B” lots in the marketplace could inhibit demand in 2016 …