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Animals Need Homes Too

Connie and I are both big animal lovers and we have several pets of our own. Currently we have 3 dogs, 3 cats, 2 turtles and several tropical fish tanks. When we first met we ended up with a blended family of 4 dogs and 4 cats. Over the years… Read More »Animals Need Homes Too

Looking to Buy A Home To ‘Flip’?

While many of us in real estate roll our eyes at HGTV it still seems to inspire some investors (especially new ones), there is gold in those old homes. It is a sellers market and we’ve found you can sell just about anything with 4 walls, somewhat stable foundation, and… Read More »Looking to Buy A Home To ‘Flip’?

Water Intrusion Can Be Your Home’s Enemy

While I won’t say I’m an expert with this issue, I’ll go over things I’ve learned and experienced with what water or moisture can do to a home. Since most if not all of a home is made of wood, water intrusion can rot the wood leading to deterioration of… Read More »Water Intrusion Can Be Your Home’s Enemy

Hendricks County Humane Society 2019 Dogtona Photos

Even though the 2019 Dogtona was delayed, we still had a fantastic turnout! Enjoy these photos of the dogs and dog lovers having fun! The Derrick Team are proud supporters of the Hendricks County Humane Society and everything they do for the local community of animals.

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!

Fun Times at the 2018 Hendricks County Humane Society Wine Tasting

Another fun time at the annual Hendricks County Humane Society Wine Tasting The Derrick Team is always proud to be a sponsor of this fantastic fundraiser for HCHS! More photos courtesy of the Hendricks County Humane Society, (see more on their FB page).