John Creamer is a former MIBOR president.
Molly Creamer loves to help first time home buyers.
Rick Elson is a Bishop Chatard alumni.
Eileen O'Brien donates 10% of every transaction to charity.
Did I hit a nerve? People are divided, especially in our area. TRAFFIC: I drove the roads that are affected and found that traffic seems safer than normal. A little slower perhaps, but that’s not a bad thing. Take your time, there’s a learning curve! Take the bus! The Red Line will be free during […]Read More
According to the National Association of Realtors, millennials are one of the largest groups buying luxury homes, and are changing the landscape. These buyers know what they want, and it’s not a fixer-upper. They’d rather spend their time and money on interests, hobbies, and paying off college debt. So, what are these “30-something’s” looking for? […]Read More
I love the longer days and warm weather, and absolutely LOVE spending time outdoors. Showing homes this time of year can feel like playing hooky! I thought I would share some of my favorite outdoor activities: Bike on the Cultural Trail. Start in Broadripple on the Monon Trail, and head down to Mass Ave for some […]Read More
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the unending lists of how to get your home organized? (We agree!!) Here’s a list of 7 simple starters we can all attempt! Getting Organized *”Getting organized is continuous maintenance, for every hour spent organizing we save 3-4 hours. Spend 5 minutes tidying the junk drawer; 20 mins. here, 10 […]Read More
The construction phase of the Red Line has a lot of neighbors, friends and businesses very upset, but there is good news on the horizon. The construction time frame has been shortened! You will be able to take the RED LINE to the first home Colts Football game!!! The new plan will have the Red […]Read More
– YES! The housing market in Indianapolis took a big jump a few years ago, causing prices to increase. It was a much needed correction. Since then, prices have remained higher but stable. Some buyers are waiting for the prices to come back down, but market experts don’t expect that to happen. Your takeaway? Indy […]Read More
What’s up with the “Zillow Zestimate”?? “I’m selling my home and Zillow has it estimated $50,000 under our list price!” More common than you think. Part of Zillow’s valuation is dependent on the zip code. There can be a million dollar or more difference within the same zip! Of course, there are other factors used, […]Read More