Oct 052014
 

This style of home comes from the basic need for shelter. National-style homes are less adorned than the European Victorian style homes. In early America, builders copied from Native American and tended to build these homes more for utilitarian needs.

The style is typically utilizes rectangular shapes with side-gabled roofs or square layouts with pyramidal roofs. The gabled-front-and-wing style this home in Danville is in the subset of the National style known as “Massed” plan styles, recognized by a layout more than one room deep, often sport side gables and shed-roofed porches.

National style homes have been around since the pre-railroad days but the style is still used as the basis for new custom built homes and can be found all over the country.

As history buffs we love to help sellers with older historic homes. But then we love to help everyone sell their home, no matter which century it was built. Call or text The Derrick Team today at 317-563-1110 with any of your real estate needs.

Feb 272013
 

Inventory in the local real estate market continues to drop as more homes are sold and less are being added to the market. We are trending to a sellers market as sales continue to be very active in 2013. As you see in the reports below, Hendricks County is the lowest it’s been in several years, lower than the state average in the second report.  Prices will soon be increasing as the inventory stays low.

Call The Derrick Team if you are ready to sell as buyers are out there that want to buy now!

Hendricks County January 2013 Real Estate Report

As reported for the entire state of Indiana:

State Average for Inventory Supply

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