Indianapolis may be considered the "Crossroads of America," but a city consisting of 816,279 residents clearly has more to offer than a simple stopover. In fact, Indianapolis had 4,630 homes for sale on the market in 2015. The average homeowner in Indy is older than many other major cities across the nation at 52 years old, and the median income is $39,028. If you're a sports fan of any kind, specifically basketball, Indianapolis is the place to call home. "Naptown," as locals lovingly call it, has hosted big-time sporting events including the Superbowl XLVI in 2012. Indianapolis Motor Speedway has hosted racing events including the Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard 400, Red Bull Indianapolis GP and the Grand Prix of Indianapolis for over a century. Lucas Oil Stadium is home of the Indianapolis Colts and hosted the 2015's Men's NCAA Final Four and 2016 Women's NCAA Final Four Championship, along with the Big Ten Football Championship game. Indianapolis has bred numerous big-name sports champions, from basketball hall of famers to MLB all-stars. As the crossroads of America, Indy has a lower commute timethan many other major cities in the U.S. Only 28.1 percent of the population have a commute time over 30 minutes. Indy falls below the average U.S. commute time of 30.9 percent.