We Have Walls!

Drove through Twin Oaks of Noblesville today & was pleased to see the construction progress in the neighborhood! Ryland Homes has officially announced their GRAND OPENING of this community & homes are already selling faster than they can build them! I’m pretty
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New Construction from Ryland Homes!

We are excited to announce we have been selected by Ryland Homes & CENTURY21 Scheetz to exclusively represent Ryland Homes in the new Noblesville development of Twin Oaks! Twin Oaks of Noblesville is a new neighborhood located just north of
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Secrets to a Great Deal on a Morse Lake Home

If you’re looking for a home on Morse Lake, you’ve come to the right place! I live, work & play on Morse Lake and specialize my business in the greater Morse Lake area of Noblesville & Cicero. If you’re looking
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Amazing Morse Lake Opportunity!

Yes, I’m sure you’ve heard many realtor “pick-up lines”.  Hurry, this one will go fast! It’s a must see! A one of a kind opportunity! The deal of the century! Blah, Blah, Blah… Every REALTOR has used those tag lines,
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Foreclosed Homes

Looking for a good deal on a foreclosure in the Indianapolis area? Foreclosures can be a great way to buy a home and earn instant equity! Do you know the difference between a foreclosure and a short sale? Read my
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Price Your Home to Sell for the Most Money

First, let me start by saying Real Estate is personal. Our homes hold memories – it is where your daughter took her first steps, you cooked your first Thanksgiving turkey, built a deck with your dad, taught your son to
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Mid Century Modern Home For Sale!

Calling all Mid Century Modern fans! Are you up for a road trip? There is a buzz in the air this weekend in Cincinnati over 20th Century Cincinnati –vintage modern art, furnishings and fashion! 20th Century Cincinnati is the Queen
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Noblesville, IN Real Estate Agent

Houses For Sale

Some good news for Indianapolis area home buyers and sellers – and who couldn’t use a little good news? We, Sold By Sheets,  have seen a significant increase in real estate activity (from Greenwood to Broad Ripple to Morse Lake/Noblesville
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The Truth About Home Warranty Companies

A home warranty can be a good idea when purchasing a new home, but be sure your expectations are realistic. Home Warranty Companies are notoriously frustrating, especially for home owners with misconceptions about what a home warranty will and will
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Home on Morse Lake

The ice is melting! The ice is melting! This near 70 degree day has me dreaming of pontoon boat rides, floating on my raft & July 4th fireworks over the lake.  Ahhhh! Sounds like a trip to the Indianapolis Boat
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Selling Your Home as A Short Sale in Indianapolis

Have you considered selling your home via short sale? Wonder if a short sale is the right choice for you? With the economic troubles in the last few years, I’ve helped many sellers in the Indianapolis area sell their home via short
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Common Mistakes Many Buyers Make – Test Your Knowledge!

Read this short scenario below and see if you can spot what potential mistake(s) these home buyers made – stay tuned for the answer! The Senario: Mr. & Mrs. Smith are driving around their favorite Noblesville neighborhood in search of
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Buy a Home with $100 Down! -Patrick Bowers, Mortgage Broker

Over the past few years or so many of the programs allowing buyers to put low to no money down have vanished.  The standard FHA loan requires a minimum of 3.5% down ($5250 on a $150,000 purchase) not including lender
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Mortgage Rates –Increasing in 2011? – Patrick Bowers, Mortgage Broker

For 2010, we have been blessed with “historically” low interest rates, but will this trend continue into 2011? The Mortgage Bankers Association has recently forecast that “Rates on the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage will average 4.4% in the fourth quarter of
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QR Codes For Dummies …and Realtors

A while back I noticed a few profile pictures with these crazy sci fi graphic images and couldn’t figure out what they were. As I kept seeing these crazy techie images popping up – on TV, on paper ads, as
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