6 Tips to Get your Home Ready to Sell

Are you worried that your house may not get a buyer? Do you want to fetch some good money from the sale of your home? With the stiff competition on the market, there are some things you can do to make your house is sold in record time. Let’s look at some things you can … Continued

Removing Evicted Tenants

As a landlord you’ll find that, occasionally, evicting a tenant becomes a necessity. By reading the steps below, you’ll have a better idea of how to legally evict tenants. 1. Learn the Landlord and Tenant Act If you decide you can evict and want to move forward, get very familiar with the Landlord and Tenant Act of your … Continued

5 Ways to Winterize Your Home

As you start digging winter coats and hats out of your basement in preparation for winter, you should also consider prepping your house for the seasonal changes to come. While attempts to keep your house warm throughout the winter can be tough on your wallet, it doesn’t always have to be that way. Here are … Continued

5 Ways to Protect Your Home During Summer Travel

Put a hold on your mail, or have a neighbor pick it up daily for you An overflowing mailbox or piled up newspapers on your driveway can indicate that you’re not home. Burglars will look for an easy, unoccupied home.   Purchase inexpensive timers for lamps Simulate your presence by setting the timers for different … Continued

6 tips to sell your Indianapolis home fast in any market

In the event that you’ve at any point been in a circumstance where you have to offer a house quick, you know how baffling it can be. For a long time, you trust the ideal purchaser will go along and make an incredible offer. Luckily, there are approaches to accelerate the offer of your home, … Continued

10 Items to Invest in as a New Homeowner

1. An Alarm System: Paying for an alarm service will give you the peace of mind that your new investment and family will be safe. 2. Smoke Detectors and Carbon Monoxide Detectors:  Make sure to test all smoke and carbon monoxide detectors on a regular basis, as well as replacing batteries as needed.  These safety nets can … Continued

Three Tips to Getting Organized for the New Year

1.  Pare Down (Decorations) for a Fresh Start – You’ll Thank Me Next Holiday Season The Holidays are over. And if your home is anything like ours, there is a ton of clutter!  Gifts need to be put away, decorations need to come down and there are a ton of left over boxes from shipments. … Continued

After a busy few months, home sales flatten in November 2017

After a stronger-than-expected surge through much of the fall season this year, homebuyers took a break in November. Signed contracts to buy existing homes were flat for the month, up just 0.2 percent from October, according to the National Association of Realtors’ seasonally adjusted monthly index of pending home sales. The index was 0.8 percent higher … Continued

Homebuilder confidence hits highest level in 18 years in December

Confidence among the nation’s homebuilders jumped unexpectedly in December on expectations for a stronger economy. A monthly reading of homebuilder sentiment rose 5 points to 74. This is the highest reading since 1999. Fifty is the line between positive and negative sentiment on the National Association of Home Builders’ index. November’s reading was revised lower … Continued

Home Prices Are Dropping: How Far Are They Falling?

Home buyers pinching their pennies should rejoice: Existing-home prices are continuing to drop. Sorry, sellers! The median price of an existing home (i.e. one that has previously been lived in) fell 0.24% from September to hit $247,000 in October, according to the most recent National Association of Realtors® report. And as cash-strapped would-be buyers are well … Continued