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6 Step Guide to Selling Your Home

Prepare your home to sell -  Acknowledge that all markets are different.  What may be a Seller's Market in Indianapolis may be a Buyer's Market in Fort Wayne.  Each market is different.  Look at homes that have sold in your area.  Get a feel of market times.  Check various resources such as Realtor.com or Mibor.com for sold information.   We recommend getting a home inspection completed prior to listing your home for sale.  This will prepare you for any issues that may arise or scare buyers off prior to listing your home.  Clean up and clean out!  This is one of the most important things to do.  Get rid of all that clutter!  If you haven't used it or touched it in 6 months then it needs to go!  We recommend hiring a

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THIS BEAUTIFUL THREE STORY CONDO FEATURES ON THE UPPER LEVEL A MASTER SUITE WITH DUAL VANITIES AND A WALK IN CLOSET, 2 ADDITIONAL BEDROOMS AND A FULL BATH, ON THE MAIN LEVEL IS A HALF BATH, FORMAL LIVING ROOM, A FAMILY ROOM WITH A NICE FIREPLACE, AND THE EAT IN KITCHEN, THE LOWER LEVEL HAS AN OFFICE, LAUNDRY ROOM, AND GARAGE ACCESS. HOME HAS BEEN RECENTLY PAINTED AND HAS NEW CARPETS.

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3514 Vance Court Indianapolis Indiana 46268 - Check out this great Pike Township all brick faced 2 story with full basement home!  This one is a must see.  Home has several updates including fresh paint, new carpets, vinyl flooring in kitchen and bath, painted cabinets with new counters and stainless steel appliances.  Home is situated on nice corner lot.  Check out this home and other Indianapolis Real Estate at  www.indyhomepros.com  

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Thanksgiving is coming up this November 27. It’s a time when you enjoy each other's company, eat plenty of food and have a great time! In the spirit of Thanksgiving we should all be thinking of the wonderful gifts we have been given and express our gratitude in thoughts and actions. We are all aware of the traditional areas of thanks like; giving to those less fortunate, volunteering to help those in need, spreading words of kindness, supporting our troops, and expressing thanks for our good fortune. All of these are so very important in the realm of humanity.

We all love to know that we have something fun to look forward to over the holidays. So, start your planning now and extend the invitation to your friends, families or love ones ASAP! Sometimes,

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Are you going to be hosting Thanksgiving dinner at your house this year? If so, you are probably feeling a bit nervous, excited, and maybe even a little overwhelmed. You are looking to make this special holiday perfect and for all of your guests to be happy and full! Ultimately as much as you try to control things and have every little detail ready there will inevitably be things you miss and aren't thinking of right now. To help relieve some holiday stress here are a few little tips that can make this a holiday to remember.

1. Make a plan to tackle some cleaning: No one wants to host a holiday meal in a dirty or unkempt home. Start brainstorming a list of what needs to be cleaned, fixed, or put away. A list will help you to keep organized as well as

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Our homes play a very important role in protecting us against extreme climate and weather conditions, giving us peace of mind of our families’ safety and providing us all the comfort we need. If you can make your home as your family’s best comfort zone, everybody will be at home right after school or work, weekends need not to be somewhere else to unwind and everyone can spend more time to each other developing stronger bonds and closer relationship. Customize your home to become your family’s best comfort zone by:

Gardening. Make use of your lot space and grow some plants like flowers to make the exterior of your home more charming to look at or vegetables that can help you save and eat fresh and nutritious food or go natural using some medicinal

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