Housing data released by MIBOR comparing Aug 22 to Sept 22 are in, and to no one’s surprise, the local real estate market is slowing in Indiana’s 16 central counties.
|The facts are:
- Closed sales are down from 3,521 –> 3,239
- No change in Price – hovering at 285K
- New listings are down from 3,791 –> 3,412
- Days on the Market is up from 22 –> 28
- Active Inventory is up from 4,004 –> 4,356
Do you know what I am telling my clients – breathe. If now is not the right time, take this time to prep for your next move.
- If you are selling, schedule a consult, and I will give you my expert opinion on what improvements should be done or NOT DONE for the highest return
- If you are buying, let’s get the financing in order, OR let me do some research in some prospective areas
We have lots of resources on our website so check them out! As always, I am happy to jump on a call to discuss your needs.
Fall is upon us and, for many homeowners, the new season means a new opportunity to renovate, refresh, and redesign their homes.
And that includes bathrooms.
But when it comes to bathroom design, what’s trending this season?
A recent article from realtor.com outlined some of this season’s biggest bathroom design trends to help you revamp and refresh your space, including:
- Add a gallery wall. Gallery walls are a design staple in living rooms and entryways. But creating a gallery wall in your bathroom is unexpected—and can lend charm and character to the space. (And on a shoestring budget!)
- Wall mount the faucet. Want to add visual interest and functionality to your sink area? Consider mounting your faucet on the wall. Not only will a wall-mounted faucet make your bathroom look on-trend, but it can also create more surface space on your vanity.
- Striped shower tiles. If you’re considering a more extensive bathroom remodel, one trend you’ll want to consider? Going bold with your shower tiles. Embracing bold colors and patterns is extremely on-trend this year, with striped shower tiles being particularly trendy.
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OR it may be time to find a house that better fits your needs today.
Call me at (317) 625-0655, and I can help weigh the pros/cons.