(INDIANAPOLIS) – A tech company unveils some big plans for Indiana, and stopping to get a few bucks cash is getting more expensive.
A Chicago-based real estate software company Realync is expanding in Indianapolis.
The company, which has developed a platform for live virtual property tours and open houses, will establish a new headquarters on the city’s northeast side and add more than 40 jobs by 2020.
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation has offered Realync $650,000 in tax credits based on the job creation plans.
In more business headlines, ATM fees are at a 10-year high.
The average out-of-network ATM free is now $4.57 per transaction, according to Bankrate.com.
Banks are under pressure to find more income and this is an easy way to do it.
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