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Sell Your House Fast By Making Some Minor Updates

Posted on: October 21st, 2016 by , No Comments

If your home is outdated and you don’t have a big budget for remodeling, you may feel like you have no choice but to lower the price in order to sell your house quickly.  However, you can always find ways to make improvements regardless of how much money you have. Here are some ideas to get you started, even on a tight budget. Remodel Without Breaking The Bank Start with

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6 Landscaping Ideas to Wow Potential Buyers

Posted on: May 19th, 2016 by , 1 Comment

Curb Appeal Is Key To Selling Your House Fast As important as it is to put on a good presentation inside your home when it’s on the market, it’s also important to make sure the outside looks just as good. Many real estate agents encourage potential buyers to drive by listings they like online before they even schedule a viewing. That means your home needs to look welcoming and appealing

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The Six Best Home Improvements

Posted on: December 23rd, 2015 by , No Comments

Whether you’re preparing to upgrade your own home, rehab an investment property  or remodeling your rental property, be sure to consider more than just your personal tastes.  Since most of the houses we buy in Indianapolis typically need a substantial amount of work, it’s imperative we keep the rehab costs in mind when we make our purchases.  While we don’t do a lot of the rehabbing ourselves, we understand the

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8 Features Indianapolis Renters Look For

Posted on: September 30th, 2015 by , 3 Comments

Owning an investment property can be a great way to earn extra income Catering to your market is key when trying to rent an investment property.  Understanding just some of the top features that most renters look for when choosing a property can help you tailor your property to appeal to the widest audience possible. Read on to find out what exactly renters hope to see when they come to

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