Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out The Broad Ripple Historic Home Tour this Saturday from 10am-6pm. All homes featured this year were built between the turn of the 20th Century and the 1950s.
Carmel, Indiana was ranked the #1 place to live by CNN Money. Check out this fabulous townhouse, just steps from the Palladium, City Center, Restaurants & More.
Offered at $227,900
Fabulous 3 Bedroom, 3 1/2 Bath Townhouse in the Heart of Carmel’s City Center. Laminate Hardwood Floors, Ceramic Tile, Stainless Appliances & Crown Molding. End Unit with Terrific Natural Light. Two Car Attached Garage & Balcony.
Call us for your private tour.
Come join us on Sunday (April 29th) from 3-5pm for an open house in Meridian Kessler!
6030 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208
Offered at $227,500
Virtual Tour: http://tour.billhair.com/tour.php?id=B1DF
Lovely 4 bedroom, 2 full bath home on Meridian Street. Hardwood floors & great natural light throughout. 3 bedrooms upstairs with 1 full bathroom. Main floor offers 1 large bedroom, 1 full bathroom, living room with beautiful fireplace & formal dining room. Kitchen has ceramic tile floor, white cabinets & newer appliances. Fully fenced yard offers many gardens and privacy. Screened-in-porch & patio. 1 car attached garage & 1 carport.
You may have heard about the $26 Billion Mortgage Deal with five of the nation’s biggest banks on this morning’s breaking news. The news is a result of months of talks with Ally Financial, Bank of America, CitiGroup, JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo. What does this mean for you? Will you be getting a big, fat check in the mail or the option to restructure your mortgage? For most, probably not.
According to “CBS This Morning,” only around 1 million homeowners could see a reduction in the principal owed and around 750,000 people who lost their home in foreclosure will qualify for a small settlement. Homeowners with loans sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac do not qualify, according to this CNN article.
Because you know we love a good graphic (we’re very visual people here at KTG), here’s a great graph that may help you understand the scope of this deal:
As always, if you have any questions about the value of your home, give us a call…we would be more than happy to help you navigate the Indianapolis market.