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Whether it's waterfront homes on Morse Reservoir/Lake or a cozy ranch home in Noblesville, Andy Sheets is here to help you get the most out of your next Real Estate transaction. Andy specializes in the Hamilton County area - including Morse Reservoir/Lake, Cicero, Noblesville, Carmel, Fishers, Westfield and Geist Reservoir.

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Latest News Around Morse Lake

9/22/21 *NEW LISTING* 20920 Edgewater Drive Image

9/22/21 *NEW LISTING* 20920 Edgewater Drive

2021 Inventory is very low around Morse! Have you been looking, but have not found the right fit? Have you missed out on a home in the past? Contact Andy today to view this lake home, hear about homes before
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10 Forest Bay Lane – Morse Waterfront Image

10 Forest Bay Lane – Morse Waterfront

This stunning Morse Lake property checks all the boxes! Newer (built in 2000) ranch w/walk out lower lvl sits on 2+ acre wooded lot w/201′ of lake frontage! Open flr plan, raised ceilings, main flr owners suite, screened porch, dual
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Citizens to Lower Water Levels on Morse

  The good news – We’ve officially made it to Labor Day weekend without any low water level issues! Yay! As of Thursday August 31st,  2017, we are sitting .07 OVER dam level! What a great summer! Exciting things are happening on
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The Price to Buy on Morse?

How much money does it take to buy a house on Morse Lake? Great question! One of the reasons Morse is so “HOT” is due to proximity to amenities, excellent schools & a trend toward northern growth in Hamilton County
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Wanted: Morse Lake Homes!

  As of February 6th, 2017 there are currently only 21 total homes and condos for sale on Morse! During typical peak season we typically see that number closer to 80. What do these numbers mean for Morse Lake buyers
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Morse Lake’s 10 Most Expensive Homes Ever SOLD

We are updating one of our most popular posts from 3 years ago. As prices continue to trend up on Morse, these numbers continue to climb (and we expect that upward trend to continue). What do these properties have in
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Low Water on Morse!

Although we frequently refer to it as Morse Lake, Morse is actually a reservoir. Because it is a reservoir, water levels can fluctuate by 4’+ or more! Water levels depend on the amount of rain and water demand from Indianapolis
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Tips For Buying on Morse!

  Home inventory is low on Morse, which means there are more and more buyers out there looking for similar properties. Here are a few tips to give yourself an edge over other buyers and find the Morse Lake home
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