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Behind every move is a story and a desire to move on to a new phase of life. We understand that for you, selling your home isn't just a transaction. It's LIFE. What drives us and gives us joy is helping you achieve your goals so you can look ahead to whatever is next. This is why we do what we do!
If you're thinking about selling your home, check our home valuation tool to get an idea of its value. Be sure to check our educational articles too to learn more about the home selling process! If you would like to talk to a member of our listing team, please call us at (317) 815-4450. Even if you have just a few questions about the home selling process, we're happy to help!
If you are planning on selling your home in the spring, NOW is the time to have exterior photos of your home taken. The reason why is very simple. If you put off pictures until you list your home in the spring, your yard will be brown, your trees will be barren, and you’ll have ... Read more
Indianapolis REALTOR Kristie Smith explains how the characteristics of Gen Xers—the “activity generation”—influence how and why they buy certain homes and not others. Is your listing optimized for the activity generation? Watch the video and find out! If the idea of ... Read more
Many of our listing clients ask us if they need to update their kitchen appliances before selling their home. As you might guess, there are no hard and fast rules. It really depends on a number of factors: the home’s price point, what the competition is offering, and how quickly homes are ... Read more
If you’re a homeowner who’s been thinking about selling, NOW is the time! Demand for homes is high, and the Indianapolis real estate inventory is sparse—which means you’re in a good position to sell your home for a nice price. In this seller’s market it’s not ... Read more
Traditionally, after a buyer makes an offer on a home, they order a home inspection to uncover any issues, big and small, with the home. If the results are less than favorable, the buyer may try to renegotiate the selling price of the home. Or if major issues are found, they might even walk away ... Read more