Real Estate: Kokomo, Lafayette, and Surrounding Areas
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    Sell Your Home Quicker and For More Money!

    Thinking of selling and want to know the best moves to make, to sell your home quicker and for more money? You’ve probably already been looking around and thinking about moving for a few months now, but with the predictions for the market and interest rates already beginning to rise, now is the time to […]

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    Most Expensive Homes SOLD in Howard County April 2016

    Located in Timber Valley S/D and Western School District (Harrison Township) This 14 year old luxury home features 3,879 sq. ft. of finished living space on .53 acres on .  3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 1 half bath, fireplace, surround sound system, partially finished basement with bar, and an attached 23 x 38 garage. It […]

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    Not-So-Obvious Home Staging Tips

    When it comes to “staging” your home for sale – which basically means ensuring it looks clean and uncluttered – you probably already know the basics: clean the counters, vacuum the floors, mow the lawn, etc. But there are some home staging tips that are less obvious, yet can help to sell your property faster […]

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    GMR Market Report 2|15|2016

    ⦁ Existing home sales jumped 14.7% in December from November to reach a seasonally adjusted annual sales rate of 5.46 million units. Sales in 2015 numbered 5.23 million units, a 6.3% increase over 2014. ⦁ The months’ supply of existing homes dropped to 3.9 months, meaning that it would take just under four months to […]

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    2015’s Most Expensive Homes SOLD In Carroll County

    Located in Carroll Consolidated School Corp. (Monroe Township) This 14 year old custom built home features 3,790 sq. ft. of finished living space on 8.41 acres,  4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, a fully finished walkout basement, 2 fireplaces, a fully stocked pond, heated guest cabin, Wildcat Creek frontage, and an attached 3 car garage. It […]

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    2015’s Most Expensive Homes SOLD In Zionsville

    Located Zionsville Community School District (Eagle Township) This 41 year old home features 2,988 sq. ft. of finished living space on 3.92 acres,  4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 1 half bath, a fireplace, and an attached 3 car garage. It SOLD for $371,000, was originally listed for $385,000, was on the market for 196 days […]

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    2015’s Most Expensive Homes SOLD In Tippecanoe County

    Located in Scharerdon SD and Tippecanoe School Corp. (Wabash Township) This 1 year old home features 7,012 sq. ft. of finished living space on 1.78 acres,  5 bedrooms, 4 full baths, 2 half baths, in-law suite, a walkout basement, and an attached 4 car garage. It SOLD for $1,058,602, was originally listed for $1,058,602, was […]

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    2015’s Most Expensive Homes SOLD In Howard County

    Located in Northwestern School District (Howard Township) This brand new rural home features 5,150 sq. ft. of finished living space on 3.57 acres.  4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 1 half bath, and an attached 30 x 30 garage. It SOLD for $908,333, was originally listed for $908,333, and was on the market for 13 days […]

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    Engaging In Staging

    Empty homes or even empty rooms can make it hard on buyers to envision how their own furnishings may look in a home. Having minimal furnishings and decor will make homes more appealing to prospective buyers. “Staging” or showing your home in the best way is tremendously important for getting your home sold quickly. Here […]

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    Protect Yourself With A Property Inspection

    What looks great, may not always be good. This is certainly true when it comes to buying real estate. There are many things that the untrained eye just can’t see, which is why property inspections are so important. Inspections are a very important part of buying real estate! They can uncover hidden problems, help you […]

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