Top 5 Mistakes of Indianapolis Home Sellers

Home Sellers, get ready – get set – Go! The time has come to put up your “for sale” sign, get offers and sell your house! If only it were that easy. It probably doesn’t seem all that complicated, yet the process of selling a home has several aspects that sellers must consider to bring … Continued

5 Benefits of Selling Your House for Cash in Indianapolis

Selling your house in Indianapolis? Don’t want to pay commission but not interested in listing yourself? Why not examine the method of selling directly? There are a significant number of pros to consider. If you’ve never really explored working with a professional buyer, you may be surprised to learn why so many choose this option.  … Continued

5 Signs of a Bad Indianapolis Real Estate Agent

Overwhelmingly, real estate agents honorably perform their professional duties. However, sellers like you are just one of many when an agent focuses on the almighty dollar instead of fulfilling their fiduciary duty to you. Read on to discover five of the signs of a bad Indianapolis real estate agent. Trust A fiduciary relationship in real … Continued

Costs of Holding Onto An Inherited House in Indianapolis

An inherited house isn’t always the gift that it was intended to be. While the person who willed the house to you thought they were doing a good deed, all too often we find that they have done so without understanding the potentially burdensome costs of ownership and maintenance that the heir has also been … Continued

4 Impacts of Foreclosure of Your Indianapolis House

As most people know, a foreclosure is the result of payments not being made on a mortgage. There are a lot of reasons that homeowners stop making their mortgage payments, ranging from the loss of a job and income, to the loss of a loved one’s life who was the primary bread winner or primary … Continued

6 Reasons Your Indianapolis House Isn’t Selling

So you’ve had your listed on the market forever and it’s still not selling? When this happens it can be super stressful. Keeping the house clean, getting it re-cleaned after showings, having to constantly leave so potential buyers can walk through, and then to be let down time and time again when no offers follow … Continued