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Why you should use a pro to sell your home.

Selling a house with a pro. From the first moment you consider selling your house and moving, right up until you receive the net proceed check at closing; working with a professional Realtor to get your home sold gives you … Continue reading

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Living the American Dream: Buying your first home.

Living the American Dream: Buying your first home. One of the cornerstones of the American dream is to own your own home. In my conversations with people, I have found that a great many no longer believe they have access … Continue reading

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Having trouble finding your new home? Thinking of having a house built?

New Home Construction If you are trying to find a new home in the greater Indianapolis area, chances are you are struggling. The fact of the matter is we are almost 3 years into the strongest sellers market of my … Continue reading

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“My house isn’t selling, did I underprice it?” -The short answer is no. Here is why (and the longer answer)

“My house isn’t selling, did I underprice it?” The short answer is no. Here is why (and the longer answer) Invariably when a house doesn’t sell as fast as the person selling it would like, they start looking for the … Continue reading

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