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Moving to a new city can be an adventure… and a pain. Whether you’re relocating cross-state or cross-country, we’ll work to make your move to Indianapolis as smooth as possible.
As relocation director at Keller Williams Realty, Realtor Kristie Smith has helped scores of clients move to the Indianapolis area. Some of the area’s largest corporations have relied on Kristie and the Indy Homes Team to relocate their newly hired executives to Indianapolis and get them started off on the right foot.
With this level of relocation experience, we have finely tuned our process to ensure that the “big deals” and the little details are taken care of. Whether you need a corporate relocation partner, a moving company, a short-term housing rental or help finding your new home, we can help.
Like any city, Indianapolis has its own vernacular. We’ve compiled this glossary to help demystify this jargon for Indy newbies. Study and practice—in no time, you’ll sound like a local! Boilermakers—The nickname for Purdue University’s sports teams, students and ... Read more
If you’re an Eli Lilly and Company new-hire or are thinking about taking a job with Lilly, the Indy Homes Team offers a full menu of relocation services that will help you become familiar with Indianapolis, find a new home in a neighborhood that suits your needs, and lay down roots in your ... Read more
Congrats; you’re moving! And, since you are a grown-up making your next move, you can’t just borrow your friend’s pickup truck for your bed and dresser, throw the rest of your stuff in the trunk of your car and be done. Chances are, you have more stuff now than ever before in your ... Read more
We’re moving. Not far. Just a couple miles up the road…but for kids, a move is a move. It doesn’t matter if it’s two miles or 2000 miles. Moving’s isn’t easy on kids. They don’t/can’t see the big picture, so I thought I’d create a short list of ... Read more
Even after living in Indiana for nearly two decades and selling real estate all over central Indiana, I still learn new things about our state daily. For example, when someone tells me that they are from Peru or Mexico, they may actually mean the Hoosier cities bearing those names not the Central ... Read more