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Dillon Park showed up a couple of years ago in what I like to call the Tri-City Area, Carmel, Westfield and Noblesville. I think technically it is in Noblesville but its at 146th and Hazel Dell Parkway. From the street it doesn't look like there is a lot going on there just a field and a little (...
You know what the top cities are to live but which one is right for you? Is one right for you or do you need something else. Before you choose a town consider whether a home there will be a solid investment. This past year has shown how dramatically markets can vary from one part of the country t...
Today in History: 1955 Disneyland Opened! Built on 160 acres in Anaheim, California. Today Disneyland gets more than 14 million visitors a year.
The Indianapolis International Film Festival is in full swing this weekend. It runs July 15-July 25 and is offering many different kinds of films to watch. It takes place at the Indianapolis Museum of Art located at 400 Michigan, Indianapolis. You can purchase an All-Access Pass for $150 or a bun...
Noblesville sign change is a step in the right direction Officials in Noblesville have loosened the real estate sign restrictions to try to strengthen housing sales. Throughout the rest of the year the City Council is allowing signs directing people to open houses. Only one directional sign can...
Indiana seems to be the place to live the past couple of years. Looking back in 2008, Fishers, IN was named by CNN as a top city and ranked tenth against other cities across the country. Bon Appetit, a top food magazine, rated top sandwich joints and voted Indianapolis' own Goose the Market as ha...
New home appraisal rules stir industry uproar Rule meant to stop conflicts of interest is hurting prices, they say Its been less than three months since the new rules for home appraisal started and the industry is in an uproar. Most parties involved aggree that the rules are causing problems. ...
With the next installment of the Harry Potter movies released in the United States tonight, I found it fitting to do a tribute to all things Harry. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince is the sixth book written by J.K. Rowling set as Harry's sixth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizar...
Here is a list of ten things people who just moved wish they had known before they moved. 1) What to tip movers: if you move out of state it is typical to tip 10-15%. If you move within the state tip $10-$20. If you are moving by yourself many moving companies offer unpackers to show up at your n...
When you spot a short sale house that appeals to you call you real estate agent so they can start doing research on it. Just because that home is listed as a short sale doesn't mean it's really for sale (it is still subject to lender approval), nor does it mean it will sell at the advertised pric...