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The seat of government’s power of Allen County, it is not only a hub of the three rivers, Fort Wayne is the second-largest city of Indiana and also a major metropolitan area. The city received accolades as an-American City and a Most Livable City in the 80s and 90s, and Fort Wayne made sure that the accolades continue up to the present. The arrival of the German and Irish immigrants in the 19th century started the increase of the city’s population and had brought about a mix of cultures and large numbers of Roman Catholics and Lutheran churches present today is the evidence to such diversity. Fort Wayne’s affordable cost of living and its quiet neighborhoods is an excellent place to start a new career, build a family, grow business, and raise children. Being a midsize metropolitan area in the Midwestern United States, it was surprising to know that the city has access to amenities where one can only expect in a large metropolis, like excellent entertainment choices and a flourishing arts scene.

Home Prices

260,389 -3%
233,319 +8%

Relative Price (per sqft.)

104 +14%


290 -15%
164 -38%

Market Duration

45 +32%
Population 256,496 (1.00%)
House Size (sqft.) 2,074 (0.00%)