Fishers Real Estate
A Short, but Sweet History of Fishers
Once a simple plot of land sliced in two by a railroad, Fishers became a town in 1872. The 2012 election brought about a shift and Fishers will officially become a city in 2015. Over the last decade, Fishers has grown exponentially—and it all started with home construction. Recognizing that Fishers is a location close to Indianapolis and I- 69, Castleton & Geist Reservoir, families moved to the area in droves. Schools expanded from one high school to two.
Adapting to Growth
With growth so prevalent, Fishers quickly made the need to improve major thorough fares was obvious. The decision was made to reconstruct the interchanges of its two most highly-traveled roads. Both US 37 and I-69 have recently been redesigned to keep traffic moving safely and efficiently. Fishers is the northeast suburb of Indianapolis which allows for easy access to large-city conveniences. And in all this changes, you’ll find residents are proud of their growth and all it has to offer.
A Sense of Community
Whether it’s visiting one of the many parks, the Nickel Plate District or you’re making a trip to , Fishers has great opportunities for outdoor entertainment. The sense of community shines bright with a very popular YMCA, a highly-attended Fishers Concert Series, and the annual Fishers Freedom Festival. Once you put roots in Fishers, you will have ample opportunity to get connected through community events and tourist staples like Conner Prairie, one of the world’s best living history museums.
Fishers is home to Hamilton Southeastern School district where enrollment has surpassed the 20,000 student mark. However, with 12 elementary, 3 intermediate and 2 high schools (with a 3rd creating opportunities for the children of the community to maximize their potential in the realms of education. currently under construction), HSE is aggressively involved in creating opportunities for children of the community to maximize their potential in the realms of education
Fishers is a suburb of growth, as the population has risen to over 81,000. This is an increase of 36% in the last decade. The median owner-occupied home value is $210,400 (41% higher than the state average). This makes grabbing a home in a town that frequently receives accolades as one of the best places to live, work, and raise a family a great investment. Fishers also reports an average income of $92,347 and an unemployment rate of 4.8%.
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