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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JUST LISTED – 958 Brownstone Trace, Carmel

Get in at the best price on a spacious end unit before the new buildings are finished and the values soar! Located in phase one of Carmel’s hottest new community, this end unit shows like new, is loaded with upgrades, and offers more windows, more space, & a lot more privacy. New units start at $239,000, and you’ll have to wait for the ENTIRE building to be done before you can move in. Snag a deal, get settled ASAP, and build instant equity! This is an awesome three-story unit with tons of flexible living space and a spacious attached two-car garage with an added storage area. Call today for more details or to arrange a private tour. This should be at the top of your list!

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JUST SOLD – 6646 E Deerfield Dr, Zionsville

When the owners of a vacant lot in Zionsville’s Stonegate Community called Jennifer this spring, they were at their wit’s end! Their plans had changed, and they would not be returning to Zionsville from California. They’d been trying to sell their lake-side lot for FOUR YEARS with another local broker…unsuccessfully. Four years of interest payments, property taxes, HOA dues, and general worry had taken their toll on the owners, and the thing simply had to be sold. It wasn’t difficult for Jennifer to see why the lot had not sold. The developer had reduced his prices across the board, and an exact lot next door was on the market for roughly $30,000 less than their last list price… but the developer’s lots weren’t selling either! Like it or not, Jennifer had to present the tough facts to her clients, and it is never easy to tell a property owner how overpriced their property is. Jennifer had to do the dirty work, and they agreed to reprice lot to be appropriate to the market before she rolled out her advertising plan. Within a month, interest picked up; and before long, Jennifer had TWO offers to review with the sellers. The lot ended up selling just a bit over the list price, and it closed at the end of July. Yes, the sellers had to take a loss from what they had originally paid for it, but as they had learned in four years, the cost of holding out in hope can end up being more costly than the decision to stop holding on. When all was said and done, they sent Jennifer a note and a raving letter of reference if anyone would like to see it?

JUST SOLD – 7716 Imperial Eagle Drive, Zionsville

David and Liz had just found out that baby #3 was on the way when they called Jennifer.  Their 3-bedroom rental simply would not be large enough for their expanding family, but they were in an air-tight lease through September.  Buying a new home with 6 months of rental obligation hanging over their head was simply not an option.  Being impatient to move before the new baby’s arrival, David asked Jennifer to help him buy a larger home with the caveat that the rental be leased simultaneously.  As always, Jennifer was up to the challenge.  She knew that rentals in Zionsville are few and far between… Finding a new tenant would be no problem.  She put the rental on the market, and the hunt for a 4-bedroom home was on.  It worked.  Three days after David and Liz moved into their brand new home in Eagles Nest, a new renter moved into their old one. In the end, Jennifer is proud to say she solved three problems at once– by providing a new home for David and Liz, a new tenant for their old landlord, and a home for his new renters.