JUST LISTED – 3212 Purple Ash Drive, Zionsville

Jennifer 003Why wait to build when you can buy a fully-loaded, luxury home with lovely features NOW? Spacious open floor plan amplifies the STUNNING new hardwood flrng on main floor, fashion-forward paint colors. The two-story great room lets the sunlight in, large bedrooms make it so livable. The unfinished basement with 9′ ceilings = opportunity for instant equity & ample storage. Close to the school, on corner lot, there’s nothing not to love! Full landscape, privacy fenced yard & hot tub. Call Jennifer Blandford today for more details!!

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SOLD – 2370 Woodland Trace, Plainfield

2370 Woodland TraceLinda was over the Indiana winters, and family in Florida beckoned her south; but her lovely ranch home had to be sold before she could wrap up life in Indy for better weather elsewhere. Enter Jennifer. Neither lady can say this sale was easy! Along the way, two flaky buyers backed out mid-transaction, with no apparent cause and for completely unrelated reasons; but Linda was well-represented. In both cases, the buyers-turned-“breachers” were encouraged to forfeit their earnest money per the terms of their purchase agreements, which did ease the agony somewhat of starting over twice. That old saying “third time’s a charm” came into play when a new, stable, party materialized in February. The house was sold at an excellent price, with excellent terms. The inspection was a little rocky, but Jennifer helped Linda get through it; and before she knew it, closing day had arrived, right behind the PODs that lined the driveway. Linda is happily settled in Florida with the promise of a suntan and a new job. And Jennifer is pleased to say THAT one is in the books!

SOLD – 1218 Selkirk Lane, Indianapolis

1218 Selkirk LaneTim and Tracy grew up in a traditional two-story home in Washington Township.  Tragic illnesses took their parents just six months apart, and the two young adults were left with a house with a lot of deferred maintenance and a crippling amount of grief.  Eventually, it became reality that the house had to be sold in order to settle the estate; twas the last step in that arduous process.  Their first listing agent did not get the job done.  The house was overpriced, underprepared and under-marketed.  A friend referred Tracy to Jennifer, and everything changed.  The house’s defects were discovered and reflected in the pricing for the property, the marketing was adjusted to appeal to the most likely buyers, and a strong cash offer from a rehab investor was received and accepted shortly thereafter. Today, the house is gorgeous and once-again filled with joy as a new family revels in the result of the renovation completed last fall.  Tim and Tracy are happy to see their parents’ home once again glorious.  Jennifer is honored that she could help reinvent their responsibility from one of grief to one of peace.

SOLD – 9660 N 650 E, Pittsboro

9660 N 650 EJennifer had the most challenging client of her life when she listed
9660 N 650 E.  She spent months helping that little lady purge out a
lifetime of furniture, clothing and clearance sale treasures to
prepare that house for the market.  Slightly intimidating was the fact
that the seller had spent four decades training real estate agents to
be successful (and cleaning up their messes when they weren’t).  Not
only did she have a high need to sell this house before winter set in,
she also had a bossy son who called Jennifer daily to bust her chops
because he was tired of taking care of the house and land.  “But don’t
give it away,” he barked at the end of every phone call.  It didn’t
help that this was not exactly a run-of-the-mill property.  It needed
a buyer who could fill a 7-bedroom house and make use of eight acres;
and it needed someone who could tame the poison ivy that was rapidly
taking over the trees.  After about a zillion open houses and too many
showings to count, a relocating botanist with six kids came along as a
blessing in the form of a buyer, and Jennifer’s mom and brother
couldn’t have been more pleased to sell it to him.  Haha!  This sale
was actually a family matter for Jennifer, and it was all very
congenial, but it certainly wasn’t easy for a pro-bono sale!

SOLD – 7402 Fishback Road, Indianapolis

7402 Fishback RoadTom was ready to move closer to his grandchildren in Zionsville.  He’d been trying to sell his charming, historic home of 20+ years near the Eagle Creek Reservoir off and on for two years with other brokers.  After a disappointing fall-through, Tom pulled his listing from the other broker and put it in Jennifer’s hands.  Under her watch, multiple offers were received and a sale was struck, but the inspections proved challenging. Jennifer guided him through that, converted the sale to “as is” pricing, and closed the deal last summer, so that Tom was able to buy an easy-living ranch in Whitestown, just 10 minutes from his family.  He has no more acreage to mow, no more maintenance and plenty of time to spend with his grandchildren! When you need an agent willing and able to work through the rough spots of your transaction, trust Jennifer to figure out how to write your own Story of Sold!