If you want to break away from paying rent & avoid living in a neighborhood with HOA restrictions, this is a great opportunity & could be the perfect starter home (or excellent investment property) for many reasons. If you crave a big, heated garage for all your toys, look no further (25×25’)! Renovated in 2017 with all new interior finishes, roof/gutters (40-yr warranty), doors, well, bath fixtures, HVAC units, water heater & all appliances, located within a short walk to the school, a local bank & a handy convenience store. Low, low maintenance, highly efficient, clean & comfortable, with a good-sized lot that feels bigger than what you’ll actually mow. Plus — 200AMP service, 6×8’ outbuilding, charming built-ins & cabinetry throughout.Call Jennifer today for more details or to arrange a private tour.
Classic, spacious ranch on a rare .78 acre rural lot with everything you need for easy country living. Well maintained, cosmetically attractive, and a good value with oversized, two car attached garage, family room, large living room, three good-sized bedrooms, dining room plus a big, country-kitchen. Well located for an easy commute to anywhere, TriWest schools, ready for immediate occupancy. 100% USDA mortgages available!
This was the year that will forever be described as “pure pandemonium”
in the Indiana housing market. The recession melted away with the
winter snows, as plummeting interest rates popped the cork on pent up
demand. Spring of 2013 went from busy to outrageous, and with a housing
industry short on staff in every arm of the business, backlogs plugged
up closing schedules quickly. Matt and Molly’s purchase of 1089 Half
Moon got caught in the USDA queue for weeks…which became
months…but the sale of their home on Pendleton Pike was not to be
delayed. So, as they packed to move (with nowhere to go), Jennifer
worked on the Half Moon owner, who just wasn’t interested in their
request for prepossession. She was really fearful her clients were
going to be homeless with three babies, and she’d never had homeless
clients in 12 years, so she was panicking! In the end, at the last
minute, they were able to acquire prepossession of the vacant house
(though the terms would be considered extortion) until they could get
Half Moon closed, but Jennifer is now seriously thinking about buying
a cheap condo somewhere just to have available for clients in
transition, because that was too nerve-wracking! Anybody know where
she can find something like that?