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Ready To Buy A Home? You Might Consider A Financial Diet First.

You may find a ‘financial diet’ is in order to get in shape to qualify for a mortgage. This mainly applies to first time homebuyers but could apply to those who are changing homes as well if you haven’t been watching those pennies close enough.

Don’t Think You Need Flood Insurance? You Might Be In For A Surprise!

In 2004 FEMA started to finally update flood maps do to the discovery of several areas not properly covered during previous years flood events. This is  an ongoing process and in some cases homeowners are not aware their home has been designated a high flood risk area and may require… Read More »Don’t Think You Need Flood Insurance? You Might Be In For A Surprise!

Why Your Home Search Might Be Missing The Right Home

We’ll discuss in this article the best way to do so in Hendricks County and how this applies to most other surrounding central Indiana counties. What you’ll see is if you use the wrong search parameter, you might be not seeing all the homes for sale in your target area.

Have good credit but no down payment? You can still buy a home!

USDA Many of our listings qualify for the USDA no money down program. This program is for rural homes such as ares in the western areas of Hendricks County and beyond such as Danville & North Salem. Check here to see if this is an option for you. Next Home Another option… Read More »Have good credit but no down payment? You can still buy a home!

Buying or Building: You still need a REALTOR®!

Been looking for that perfect home but just cannot see it browsing the classifieds or on the Internet? Well we’ve stated the many reasons why you should use a REALTOR® when making an investment like a new home in another blog post. But did you realize that even if you… Read More »Buying or Building: You still need a REALTOR®!

Short Sales: The Buyers Perspective

What Is A Short Sale? It sometimes can be described as a ‘pre-foreclosure’ as well, but basically it means the same thing as while a home is listed as a short sale the foreclosure process is continuing to be executed by the lender.