5 Signs of a Bad Indiana Real Estate Agent

Overwhelmingly, real estate agents honorably perform their professional duties. However, sellers like you are just one of many when an agent focuses on the almighty dollar instead of fulfilling their fiduciary duty to you. Read on to discover five of the signs of a bad Indiana real estate agent. Trust A fiduciary relationship in real … Continued

Costs of Holding Onto An Inherited House in Indiana

So, you have inherited a house, while this may sound exciting, the reality is less than a pleasure. The truth, however, is that you have inherited expenses along with the house. Well-intentioned loved ones all too often leave their property in their will to beneficiaries that are already struggling to afford their monthly bills. Often, … Continued

5 Signs You Have Owned Your House for Too Long In Indiana

Maybe it is time to move!  Signs may be telling you that the time has come, though you may be ignoring them! Is the thought of moving, dealing with showings, or dread of the entire traditional sale process delaying the inevitable? We’ll explore five signs you have owned your house for too long in Indiana. … Continued

5 Tips to Help You Prepare For Moving in Indiana

Saying goodbye to your home and moving to a new location requires a form of closure for many homeowners. Changing our mindset from the change being news to becoming our reality and finally carrying out the move can be made easier through careful preparations. You’ll find five tips below that will help you prepare in … Continued

How to Get the Best Price for Your Run Down House in Indiana

Decided to sell but have a problem? Homes that haven’t been maintained and have become an eyesore create a unique set of issues for their owners. If you should find yourself holding property in less than stellar condition, we will explore how to get the best price for your run-down house in Indiana. Avoid Contingencies … Continued

Having Trouble Paying Your Mortgage During COVID? What 2021 May Look Like For You in Indiana

Having trouble paying your mortgage during COVID? It’s estimated that 400,000 homeowners who qualified for government-backed mortgage forbearance programs did not take advantage of the benefits and are already behind on their mortgages. As the new year approaches, the moratorium on government-backed mortgages ends. Nationally, an average of 1 in 10 homeowners are behind on … Continued