JUST LISTED – 445 W Sycamore Street, Zionsville

445 W Sycamore StThis property is full of possibilities! Scrap the house and use the existing foundation to build a fine home on a rare 1/4-acre lot with grandfathered site coverage & setbacks… Or tear it down and start all over! This is a corner of the Village ripe for re-gentrification & is ready for a creative thinker who wants to be close to the brick street. The house is sold AS-IS & may be salvageable, but price is based on land only. Utilities in place.  Located in flood zone X – does not require flood insurance!  But prudence would suggest building the first floor up a bit. Bring your ideas and creativity and let’s get to work!  Call Jennifer for more details.

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SOLD – 6329 Latona Court, Indianapolis

latonaJimmy was ready to buy his first house.  Not just any house… he wanted an investment; a great price on a good property in a smart location that needed some sweat equity and could be the first in his well-developed and well-funded plan to upgrade and improve his way to financial stability.  Hmmm.  The market was quickly recovering.  Distress sales were getting scarce.  Jimmy needed help to locate and secure the right deal so he could get to work.  Time was of the essence whenever a good candidate hit the market, and he got beat out on a few possibilities as the market was in an unexpected frenzy at that time, but Jennifer kept on the hunt.  Within a few weeks, the perfect opportunity presented itself and they did not hesitate to submit the offer.  The inspections revealed the house was structurally sound and a face lift is all it needed.  Properties around it were selling at record prices.  Jimmy closed his purchase in April, and the project is moving right along.   It’ll be fun for Jennifer to see (and sell) the finished project!

JUST LISTED – 105 N 6th St, Zionsville

3There are nice houses… and then there are NICE houses.  This one is simply stunning!  No detail has been ignored!  The mechanical systems are all up to date, the finished basement & screened porch maximize the use of space for a variety of lifestyles.  The perfect location at the heart of the Village is the icing on the cake. The current owners HATE to move, but new opportunity awaits, so the property you have been waiting for has arrived! Three good-sized bedrooms, a modern kitchen & baths, open main floor design & a large family room in the basement with abundant storage.  Don’t miss out!

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JUST LISTED – 3504 Modesto Lane, Carmel

22This one-owner home is full of sunlight & space, with lovely cherry kitchen cabinets, miles of counter space & a great breakfast island adjoining a breezy screened porch.  Also offering a three-car garage & a full basement for excellent storage or finish opportunity for immediate equity. Home is in superb condition, and the seller is ready to downsize. You will love the enormous laundry room, which is located upstairs with the bedrooms, but if not, seller is willing to move the laundry back to the main floor & restore the large fourth bedroom. There is a LOT of closet space in this home & room to accommodate just about any family need.  Check it out asap!

SOLD – 1526 Roanoke Drive, Zionsville

1526 RoanokeLife changes are good business opportunities for Jennifer, and Evan’s new marriage was no exception.  She had helped another set of clients purchase Evan’s new wife’s “bachelorette pad” last summer. Jennifer must have made a good impression on him during that process, because he called her to list his Zionsville condo when it was decided the BACHELOR pad had to go.  And a typical bachelor pad it was!  Jennifer helped him transform it to a universally appealing, low maintenance opportunity.  Yes, the deer head over the fireplace had to go to storage!  Within a few months, a buyer was found, and the deal was consummated this spring.  Now, Evan has referred Jennifer to his former neighbor, and that transformation is underway as well.  Anybody looking for a soon-to-be-beautiful little condo in Zionsville?

SOLD – 8675 Meridian Square, Indianapolis

8675 Meridian SquareRhonda was just about finished with some coursework that would give her the opportunity to relocate for a new job, and she knew the stumbling block to that relocation might be the mortgage on her town home.  She’d had it on the market with another broker for six months when she called in Jennifer, and she was frustrated and worn out by poor marketing and lack of attention.  Jennifer knew exactly what she needed to do differently to make the fine town home stand out among the competition.  She wrote descriptive copy that made it clear why Rhonda’s home was the one to buy, she encouraged Rhonda to tweak the list price to hit an important price break that would attract more showings, and she launched an aggressive advertising campaign.  Rhonda did an amazing job preparing the property for those showings, and Jennifer started bringing prospective buyers through in short order.  In SEVEN days, an acceptable offer was received and a closing date set! The timing was perfect for Rhonda’s move, and the new buyer got a household of furniture that Rhonda didn’t wish to move with her.  The whole deal was smooth and happy, and Jennifer was thrilled to write another story of sold.

SOLD – 456 Anywhere Road, Indianapolis

House-Option-ContractW & C were tired of fighting Bank of America to save their home.  A short-term job loss at the height of the recession had caused a hardship, and they’d fought for three years to reaffirm their loan and to have a modification accepted so they could stay in the home they loved.  Unfortunately, the bank wasn’t cooperating and they were experiencing a terrible case of the run-around.  Finally, they hired an attorney to negotiate with the bank on their behalf.  When that failed, they threw their hands up and called Jennifer.  The house was sold in no time, and Jennifer managed Bank of America to an approved short sale, which gave her frustrated clients an opportunity to control their move, achieve debt forgiveness and acquire a fresh start.  ‘Twas a bittersweet event for her sellers, but Jennifer was grateful for the opportunity to help two great people find closure after a long fight that rarely leaves consumers victorious.  With the pressure of that mortgage behind them, both are back to work and doing well, and the rebuilding has begun.