Local REALTORS® are pleased with late year surge in buyer activity and look forward to 2015.
You may think that bright orange wall is the best thing since sliced bread, but if you talk to a REALTOR® or home staging expert, you’ll find that a change in color scheme could help your house stand out even more and sell quicker.
Living with more than one generation in a home takes careful planning and consideration. When buying a home with this arrangement in mind, learn what should you discuss with your REALTOR®.
While ‘energy efficiency’ has become a bit of a catch phrase – there are some legitimate reasons to get on board and adopt a few energy saving practices.
There is a lot to consider when deciding whether to rent or buy a home. Let this handy calculator help you.
When it comes to moving, REALTORS® have seen it all. Here they share some tried and true tips for a smooth move.
If you are facing a decision about remodeling vs. moving, read some local REALTOR® advice about the thought process.
We’ve seen some positive activity in the fall market here in central Indiana, and while closed sales only jumped a little in November, sales prices remain strong as they have throughout 2014.
This season has its own unique home maintenance concerns. Local REALTORS® tell you what they have learned to avoid the pitfalls of winter.
Recently, we caught up with Nicole Pence of FOX-59 to share some information with consumers about selling during the holidays. In addition to a strong upward trend in average sales price, interest rates remain low making this an opportune time to sell. If you're thinking of putting your house on the market during the winter, there are several things to consider...
What’s the ‘key’ to selling a house? Is there a special formula? Is it a specific room - Kitchens, baths or a great outdoor space?
We asked local REALTORS® for their feedback on this topic and we’ve got some great information to share with you!
Mortgage interest rates are a big consideration in the home buying process. Where are they headed for the new year?
This time of year you might be thinking about which home improvements seem like a good idea for 2015. We all have the list swimming around in our brains. That little voice that says, “I love this house, I just wish we had a bigger master bath or I wish the basement was finished.” I wish, I wish, I wish.
Our mobile-centric world has instituted a standard: information should be readily available at our fingertips at all times. It is no surprise that when it comes to searching for a house, technology is at the helm.
Don't let cooler temps scare you from listing your home. Local REALTORS® share their best tips.
It's not all spring and summer anymore. Central Indiana home buyers and sellers are capitalizing on a great fall market.
Staging can be costly. What should you consider when your REALTOR® recommends it?
Two new studies look at the connection between housing decisions and personality traits.
You know you need one, but why exactly? Find out what your REALTOR® brings to the table.
After months of stable, but underwhelming local housing news, September housing data soars as closed sales increase by 13% - the first increase all year.
Most individuals looking to buy or sell a home know that the first step in the process is securing a trusted REALTOR® to act as their expert guide along the way. For over a century, REALTORS® have subscribed to the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics. They are constantly continuing their education on the complex and always-changing world of real estate laws and regulations and have the connections to help make your dream a reality.
All REALTORS® are experts in their field, bringing to the table a plethora of information and skills, an adherence to strict code of ethics and a continuing education in the always-changing field of real estate. Just like any relationship, chemistry is everything. Take time to find the realtor you will connect with so that you can build a longstanding relationship that will last a lifetime.
Tips for Millennial Buyers...What do people say about millennials? They don’t have yards or kids, but what do they have? Generally speaking they probably have dreams of an urban, walkable lifestyle, student debt and more than a few hesitations about home buying.