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Homes will continue to shrink. The sprawling, suburban homes that Baby Boomers coveted will increasingly become a relic of the past in 2020 and into the next decade as the median square footage of newly built, single-family homes will fall for the fourth time in five years. The U.S. will not enter a recession in 2020. As … more »
December 2019 Central Indiana home sales up 4.4 percent as prices increased and inventory decreased INDIANAPOLIS – Monthly real estate stats from F.C. Tucker Company indicate that the year 2019 ended with a continued upward trend for both home sales and home prices in Central Indiana, while homes are also left the market more quickly. The December … more »
F.C Tucker reports continued decrease in home inventory – Central Indiana home sales up more than 6 percent in November as home prices continue trending upward Indianapolis – Monthly real estate stats from F.C. Tucker Company indicate that home sales continue climbing, while home prices increase and homes continue leaving the market more quickly. The November … more »
Central Indiana home sales up more than 8 percent in October, home prices also continue upward trend Homes continue leaving the market more quickly, according to F.C. Tucker INDIANAPOLIS – Monthly real estate stats from F.C. Tucker Company indicate that home sales continue their upward climb, home prices continue to increase and home inventory continues to decrease. … more »
Helping buyers fall for your property takes more than running the vacuum and fluffing the pillows: It’s about the POP!   Living Room When placing anything from accent pillows and table lamps, go for symmetry, which is pleasing to the eye. Light it up with lamps. Chic lamps provide both added lighting and appealing decor. … more »
The only thing more exciting than shopping for your first house is the day you move into it. And in your eagerness to get to that day, there are a bunch of opportunities to botch the shopping. Here are some #facepalm moments and the house-hunting tips you’ll need to avoid them.   “I Saw the House Online. It’s Perfect … more »
Everything has value. Especially your home. And when it comes to selling your home, assigning a price to that value is complicated. You made memories there. You’ve got a major financial interest in the place, too. Buyers think of value, but they’re more concerned with price. And your home’s price is one of its most … more »
Ah, the offer! Know Your Limits | Learn to Speak “Contract” | Set Your Price | Figure Out Your Down Payment | Make an Earnest Money Deposit | Review Contingency Plans | Read the Fine Print | Make a Date to Close | Write a Fan Letter to the Seller | Brace Yourself for a Counteroffer Cinematically speaking, this is the epic moment — I’d forgive you if you imagined, say, putting a … more »
The closing. It all comes down to this. The grand finale. Once you have the keys, the house is yours. (Cue: Air horn sound!) Nice work getting this far. You’re almost a homeowner! Let’s run through some questions you may have as you cross the finish line. What Does “Closing” Mean? The close or settlement … more »