Looking back on 2021, Top Choice Real Estate had a tremendous year, given the continued turmoil of the current environment. We pride ourselves on our customer service and on working harder than most to make good things happen for our clients. With over 50% of our business being generated from repeat customers/referrals, it shows that we are doing something right! And that means a lot to us!
In addition, we covered a lot of ground across Central Indiana, Helping Clients Find Their Next “Happy Place.” From as north as Cicero to as south as Franklin to as west as Greencastle. Click here for our 2021 Gallery What does that mean for you: Our service areas are not limited to specific areas. We serve all of Central Indiana!
Thank you for letting us be a part of your journey, and we look forward to serving you in 2022!
If you plan on selling/buying this year, be sure to check out our Resources as you prepare to reach your 2022 home goals.
We work harder to make good things happen!
Whether you enjoy making New Year’s resolutions or scoff at the idea, there’s something inherently motivating about seeing a fresh new page on the calendar. However, if you don’t want to join the masses who hit the gym or vow to go on a digital diet, you may want to resolve to set a goal of buying a new home in 2022.
Below are some tips on how you can get started…..
Working with the right real estate agent who has experience can make all the difference. So give me a call at (317) 625-0655 to get started.
During the holidays, you may notice a few things that need to be taken care of around the house. But not all maintenance efforts are created equal—and some of your actions can actually make problems worse instead of better.
In a recent article on Apartment Therapy, a panel of home inspectors shared the maintenance mistakes most homeowners make to fix their home, including:
- Painting over water damage
- Not changing the HVAC filter
- Overlooking small cracks in the foundation
- Improperly-installed air conditioning units
- Lazy weatherstripping
What does that mean for you? These small maintenance mistakes can cost you big time, especially if you’re getting ready to sell your home, so make sure that you’re handling them the right way when you’re facing any potential maintenance issues.