Questions to Ask Your Home Inspector

One of the most important things that happens between having an accepted purchase agreement for a home and closing on that home is the inspection—when an inspector comes and looks the place over, top to bottom and inside and out. But if you want to really get to know the house that’s about to be…

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Greater Lafayette 2021 Housing Market Outlook

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We’re all excited that 2021 is finally here—goodbye, 2020! Even though 2020 wasn’t fun for so many reasons, the housing market wasn’t one of them. In fact, the housing market was one of the bright spots in our economy, and that’s going to continue in 2021. Housing is booming in Greater Lafayette! I’m here to…

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Things to Look for in Homes of Different Ages

I often get asked what buyers should be aware of when they’re considering older homes. And while it’s true that older homes can have problems, newer homes can have problems, too. So much of a home’s condition depends on where it is, what materials were used, and how it’s been taken care of by previous…

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Making Your Home Smarter

We’re coming up on the holiday shopping season, and if you want to make your home smarter with the latest tech OR want the perfect gift for that special homeowner in your life, here’s the rundown of the latest and greatest in smart technology for your home. Now, if you haven’t looked into ways to…

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Reasons You Should Consider Refinancing

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You’ve likely heard the buzz about refinancing in the news—rates are low, and everyone seems to be doing it. But if you’re not exactly sure when refinancing is a good idea and when it’s not, you may feel a little bit confused about whether or not you should get in touch with your lender. So,…

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How to Get Your Home Ready for Smooth Inspection

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If you’re selling your home, you know that dreaded day is coming—inspection day! That’s the day when you find out just what kind of shape your home is in, and most inspectors will find at least a few things that need some repair or work. Fortunately, there are a lot of things you can do…

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Why Can’t I List My House as High as I Want to?

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One of the questions I get asked most often by sellers is why they shouldn’t list their homes at a higher price than the one I’ve suggested. The truth is that there are some real consequences to listing your home too high; it isn’t as harmless as it seems. The most important factor in pricing…

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