Noblesville Real Estate Agent Introduced

Susan has been a multi-million dollar producer each year since beginning her career in May 2001 selling primarily in the Noblesville Real Estate area. Prior to joining Keller Williams Realty in November 2006, Susan was affiliated with RE/MAX Preferred (11/04 to 11/06) where she achieved 100% Club honors and was named to the state-wide RE/MAX

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Meet your Carmel Real Estate Agent

Hi, this is the official first post for Carmel Indiana Real Estate!   I currently write a blog for œFishers Real Estate and another blog œWhy Clients Choose Us and hope to find success with this blog also.   You can expect neighborhood reports, market studies, school information, tips for selling, building and buying and

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Fishers Realtor talks about Rosewood Neighborhood

Your Fishers Realtor wants to highlight another great neighborhood in the Fishers Real Estate Market!   In preparing the post about 2006 to 2008 home values in Fishers, I identified a neighborhood to feature, it is Rosewood.   Rosewood is located off of Cumberland just north of 131st street.   There are 170 homes built

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Fishers Realtor talks about Home Values in Fishers Indiana

What decline in average price has your neighborhood experienced from 2006 to 2008?   We all know the decline for the Indianapolis area is right around 7%.   If you are lucky enough to own a home in Fishers  or in Hamilton County, your decline was only on average 3.6%, but Marion County has seen

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Fishers Real Estate Agent Explains a Good Faith Estimate

As January 2009 begins, this Fishers and surrounding areas Real Estate Agent is seeing the market begin to change.   In the last seven days, I have received a dozen calls about either buying or selling real estate.   Most of them have been from buyers!   This is a good sign for our housing

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Lawrence Township in Indianapolis Market Report 2008

The Indianapolis real estate market decline from 2008 to 2007 continues through the end of the year. (See graph).   We ended the year with a 19% decline in homes sold when compared to 2007.     This article is for Indianapolis homes sold between $100,000 and $500,000 to exclude some outlier areas that are

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