INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Now that those teams are set, fans are scrambling to find a place to stay and Hoosiers are looking to cash-in.
Yard signs with this luring message are blooming across Central Indiana: Rent your home for up to $10,000 per day.
Experts say if you aren't careful you could lose more than what you earn.
Nick Ostergaard with the Better Business Bureau of Central Indiana suggests doing extra research before putting your house or apartment on the market.
"It is very important to have a written contract because anyone can promise you anything over the phone," he said. "Something in writing gives you more power if anything goes wrong."
A few companies advertising in Indianapolis have an F rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Major Event Rental.com is on that list with 59 complaints according to BBB records.
But Major Event Rentalz.com has an A - with the BBB. The companies have the same name but the spelling is different.
"Often, consumers will fork over a down payment to have their home listed and not reap the benefit," Ostergaard says. "They will give them a very large down payment, sometimes $1,000 up front to get listed, and their house doesn't get rented and they can't get a refund so they are out $1,000."
Cummins Inc. is planning a company-first wellness center for its employees and their families to be located on the Jackson Street block that now contains the Volunteers in Medicine clinic.
Mall operator Simon Property Group Inc. plans to spin off to its shareholders a business that operates strip malls and smaller enclosed malls so it can focus on bigger malls and premium outlets.
Some people from central Indiana's Howard County don't understand how officials could have rejected giving federal aid to help in their rebuilding from damage caused by last month's tornadoes.