They say it’s always best to buy the smallest house in the best neighborhood. It isn’t bad to sell the smallest house in the best neighborhood either! Angela had a comparatively petite, traditional 4BR home in one of Zionsville’s most popular neighborhoods. It didn’t have a basement, a pool, or a ton of square footage, and she was worried it would be a hard sale. Jennifer knew better! They dressed that house up to be as cute as a button, completed some repairs before it went live, and then launched in mid-September at an aggressive list price. The back-to-school season was over and the fall buyers were prowling when it hit the market. And, boy oh boy, did they pounce– with nine showings in the first day and three offers to follow! It was fun to navigate that sale, which ended up above list price with excellent terms and closed on time. But Jennifer knew it was the preparation she and Angela put into that particular property before it went on the market that made it the prize it was.