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Posts Tagged ‘ Real Estate ’

I Built a Backyard Firepit

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October 3, 2012
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Tweet This summer we had a major drought.  It was so bad the town of Fishers, where I live, instituted a burn ban.  The grass in my yard was decimated by the dryness, so I took action on a project my wife and I had talked about for a long time. So what did...
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Tax Credit Countdown Reset

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November 10, 2009
Tax Credit Countdown Reset

Tweet You’ll notice that my tax credit countdown widget has been reset.  It’s a nice feeling to look and see that there are 231 days left to take advantage of the $8000 tax credit for first time buyers.  It’s even better to know that a $6500 tax credit was added for those who already...
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Got (Radon) Gas?

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October 27, 2009
Got (Radon) Gas?

Tweet When buying a home, you’ll want to have an inspection done by a licensed inspector. This is a visual inspection of the home that will provide you with detailed information on the condition of things such as the plumbing, mechanicals, electrical systems, roofing, structural soundness, and potential environmental hazards. While the inspector will...
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Can’t Make It? Fake It!

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October 22, 2009
Can’t Make It? Fake It!

Tweet Remember the commercial that asked, “Is it live… or is it Memorex?” The commercial claimed that the recording quality of Memorex tapes was so high that you couldn’t tell the difference between a live performance by Ella Fitzgerald and a tape recording. While it was a little difficult to take that claim seriously,...
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Is Your Home Haunted?

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October 19, 2009
Is Your Home Haunted?

Tweet Growing up in Indianapolis, I often heard the story about the House of Blue Lights.  It was the story of a rich young widower who was so pained by the death of his bride that he had her placed in a glass coffin lit by blue lights and kept her in one of...
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Did You Think About This Before You Bought Your Home?

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October 1, 2009
Did You Think About This Before You Bought Your Home?

Tweet Because the people looking at your home now, are. Every buyer is different. Something that might deter one buyer from making an offer on your home may actually be the thing that encourages another. Here are some things that you probably cannot change about your home but may hurt its market price.  If...
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Do You Qualify for the $8000 Tax Credit?

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September 26, 2009
Do You Qualify for the $8000 Tax Credit?

Tweet If you’ve been thinking about buying a home, but have been sitting on the sideline for some reason, now is the time to buy.  Rates are low, home prices are low, and you may be able to get an $8000 tax credit. How do you qualify for this credit?  It’s pretty easy.  Are...
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Vacant Homes are Harder to Sell

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September 19, 2009
Vacant Homes are Harder to Sell

Tweet You are better off selling your home while you still live in it.  Yes it’s harder to live in your home and keep it clean and ready to show at a moments notice, but think of the alternative.  A vacant home is uninviting, boring, and cold.  A vacant home only draws more attention...
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$8000 Tax Credit Countdown

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September 14, 2009

Tweet I recently added the countdown clock for the $8000 tax credit on my site.  See it over there to the left?  It provides up to the second information on when the $8000 tax credit for first time home buyers ends.  When you combine great low rates, a buyer’s market, and $8000 back on...
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Don’t Expect a Dollar for Dollar Return

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September 10, 2009
Don’t Expect a Dollar for Dollar Return

Tweet I’m pretty sure all my clients knows this, but for some reason many of them do not think it applies to their home. Just because you put $20,000 into a new kitchen, it doesn’t mean that your house is now worth $20,000 more. There is rarely a dollar for dollar increase in the...
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