Fix and Flip – Your Next Investment!

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015

Are you thinking about getting into the HOUSE FLIPPING BUSINESS?         Here are 5 Steps to get you started with Who, What, When, How and Why to Get into Fixing and Flipping Properties.   As a first-time home flipper, look for quick-flip opportunities — cosmetically challenged houses that you can repair or […]

Why It May Not Be Your Fault: Learning from Ben Bernanke

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

Why It May Not Be Your Fault Your Mortgage Was Denied Did you know that last month Ben Bernanke announced he had applied for a loan to refinance his home mortgage and was denied? If you don’t know, Bernanke was the previous Chairman of the Federal Reserve, the section of the government that oversees all the financial […]

Student Loan Debt and The Effect On Housing

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Student loan debt is becoming an increasing problem in our culture. While students seek to better themselves with a college education, the increasing cost of a college education continues to require a need to lean on student loan debt. But this student loan debt is creating an obvious financial burden that is making it difficult […]

How Fear Affects Real Estate

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

There is a lot going on in the world right now. Even as I write this, the news is reporting that mortar shells are landing inside Baghdad’s Green Zone (one just 500 meters from the US Embassy). Throw in Ebola, ISIS, the southern border, etc. and there is a lot of reasons a person could […]

New Chauncey Subdivision 2012 & 2013 Market Update

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

New Chauncey Subdivision is a neighborhood located in West Lafayette Indiana. A historic neighborhood, it is now quickly becoming a popular location due to it’s proximity to Purdue University. Many people want to use the homes in this neighborhood as rental properties while others are trying to prevent it from becoming a rental area and […]

Winding Ridge Subdivision in West Lafayette – 2013 Market Update

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Winding Ridge subdivision in West Lafayette is a community that’s close to I-65 and includes ranch homes to two-story homes. The subdivision is in the Tippecanoe School Corporation and would have any kids in Winding Ridge Subdivision to Battle Ground Elementary and Middle Schools and Harrison High School. Winding Ridge Subdivision in West Lafayette IN in 2013 […]

Edgelea and Crestview Heights Subdivisions – 2013 Market Update

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

Edgelea and Crestview Heights Subdivision is a decent sized subdivision that sits between Teal and Beck Lane in Lafayette Indiana. With over 28 homes that sold in 2013, it certainly is worth taking a close look at to better understand the Lafayette real estate market. Edgelea and Crestview Heights Subdivisions – 2013 Real Estate Market Update […]

Indiana Real Estate – What’s Happening in 2014?

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

While real estate is a very hyperlocal business, it helps to take a step back from that and reall get a good idea of what’s happening on a state and national level. Today, we wanted to talk about what is happening in Indiana real estate market to help you get a better grasp on how the […]

West Lafayette Real Estate Market Stats July 2014 – Before Buying a House

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

Whenever you are considering buying a house, one of the key things to consider is, “What is the market doing right now?” If the market value of real estate begins to drop rapidly as you are buying a house, you may be potentially losing a lot of money right up front (note, that the trend in […]

Orchard Heights 2013 – Market Update

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

Orchard Heights, a subdivision off of North Creasy Lane and State Road 26 is a medium sized neighborhood in Lafayette Indiana. As we normally do, we’re taking the time to go through a neighborhood in our area and detailing how it did in the real estate market in 2013. This gives a reference point on what […]