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Fannie Mae Down Payment To Increase

I don't know if you have heard, but Fannie Mae is increasing its down payment from 3% to 5% starting November 15th of this year.  Now what does all of this mean? Well it means that people that have been struggling to save for a down payment (which is most all First Time Home Buyers) are going to have a harder time to be able to purchase a home. I truly hate to see this program go because FHA is going to be the only option for First Time Buyers with little down and they are going to be stuck with FHA’s PMI for the life of the loan. Now here is what I have noticed whether intend...

October 29th, 2013 | Indianapolis Realtor, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Mortgage, Fannie Mae Down Payment To Increase

Indianapolis History

Indianapolis Timeline 1821- Indiana General Assembly selects site to build new city to become its state capital Indiana General Assembly selects site to build new city to become its state capital 1825- Indianapolis becomes state capital, platted as a one mile-square grid 1830- harbinger of Crossroads of America, The National Road (now US 40) routed through Indy more ....   When platting Indianapolis in 1821, surveyor Alexander Ralston allowed one square mile for the city, never imagining it would grow larger. Though Ralston's original design for downtown remains largely unchang...

January 4th, 2013 | Indianapolis Mortgage, Indianapolis, Indianapolis History

Monument Circle Indianapolis, Indiana

Monument Circle is in the center of Indianapolis. It is a traffic circle at the intersection of Market and Meridian Streets.  Directly in the center of the traffic circle lies the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument is featured to native Hoosiers that fought in the armed services during the American Revolution, War of 1812, Mexican-American War, and the Civil War.  The circle is surrounded by local radio stations, small retail shops, financial institutions, a social club, the Hilbert Circle Theater (which is the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's home), and an Episcopal Cathedral...

August 6th, 2012 | Indianapolis, Monument Circle Indianapolis, Indiana

Lucas Oil Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium (LOS) is a multi-purpose sports stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. The stadium celebrated its grand opening on August 24, 2008,[4] in a game against the Buffalo Bills and its ribbon-cutting ceremony August 16, 2008. It replaced the RCA Dome as the home field of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts. In addition to the stadium, a new high-rise JW Marriott Indianapolis will be constructed as part of the major expansion of the Indiana Convention Center. It is scheduled to host Super Bowl XLVI in 2012. HKS, Inc. is the architectural firm credited with the stadium’s design, with Walt...

October 3rd, 2011 | Indianapolis, Lucas Oil Stadium

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