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31 Days of December Challenge - Day Number 31!!!!!!!!!!!! - 12/31/10 11:23 AM
Day Number 31 – Final Day of the 31 Days of December Challenge This has been a great way to stay focused and also peek inside other’s business to see what they are doing and the plans they are making for their business in the New Year. It has been inspiring and motivational!! I am posting early in the day today as I will be out until New Year’s Eve on a listing appointment. The morning has been spent getting ready for that appointment. I also posted a blog for Day number 30 and commented on some posts wishing others a (15 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Day Number 30 - 12/31/10 10:53 AM
Day number 30 – Next to last day of the challenge and next to last day of 2010. More time spent today on the transaction that should have closed last Monday. The payoff was wrong and the very savvy seller caught it. She will be bringing money to closing and is counting every penny. However, she did not make her payment in December. This is not something I usually tell people---make your payment. I will make a note to make sure I tell them to make their payment!!Lender finally got the package to the title company at 3:30. Title company rushed (5 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Day # 29 - 12/30/10 02:34 PM
Saw three kids off to New York. They were supposed to have flown out on Monday, but the weather decided otherwise. Two of the three will be back here on Monday before heading back to school in Michigan. Babysitting a dog till then bringing the household total up to five. Sent counter number three on my listing. Got a verbal acceptance around 10:00 PM. Hooray!! That one will close mid February. The pipeline if filling! Responded to questions on another listing with a second showing scheduled. Buyers are asking about buying some of the furniture. I think this is a good (8 comments)
A true neighborhood feel for a reasonable price sets the Carmel Indiana subdivision of Village of Mount Carmel apart, even earning it recognition as one of 12 Great Neighborhoods on the Rise by Indianapolis Monthly magazine.
This Carmel neighborhood comprises 485 homes ranging from modest ranch homes built in the 1950s to much larger 2-story homes constructed in the 1990s. Village of Mount Carmel homes sold in the past 12 months have included a 1761-square foot ranch home built in 1976 and sold for $119,000 to a 3941-square foot 2-story home with a basement built in 1995 and sold (2 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Day Number 28 - 12/29/10 10:51 PM
Day Number 28 – I am very happy to report that I have made contact with the buyer referral I received earlier in the week. I set her up on a couple of searches—one for homes and the other for condos. She is very nice and we will begin to look at houses after the First. I just listed a house for sale with tenants living there---first time for me. I thought I knew what I was getting myself into because I have shown a number of homes with tenants living in them. First two showings declined. Yikes!! I had to (10 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Day Number 27 - 12/28/10 11:29 PM
Day number 27 – It’s true what they say….anyone out looking at houses over the holidays is probably a serious buyer. One of my listings was shown in the afternoon and we had an offer within a couple of hours. Presented to the sellers. They are going to sleep on it. One of two referrals from yesterday contacted me today. Nice young couple who will want to buy a modestly priced home immediately. Pre-approved and seem to know exactly what they want. Was supposed to have a closing today. I am representing the seller. The lender told me on Wednesday (14 comments)
Hamilton County Indiana may be recognized as one of the best places in the country to live, but that doesn’t mean buying a home here, or anywhere, isn’t one of life's most stressful experiences. As with everything, though, a little knowledge and a lot of good attitude can help ease some of your anxiety. Take note of these tips for taking the stress out of buying a Hamilton County home. Choose a real estate agent who understands you. Purchasing a home is a huge financial commitment, as well as an emotional one. It’s critical that your real estate agent is (7 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Day Number 26 - 12/27/10 01:42 AM
Day number 26 – My husband decided we should start the day today going over this year’s numbers looking ahead to next year. We have a team with five buyer agents. We try to give them all of the tools and support they need to be successful. Naturally the better they do, the better we do. We help them set goals each year and so far, they have not come close to meeting those goals. We plan on more accountability this year with more structures and guidelines. This planned with love and concern. Two referrals came in today—one listing and one (12 comments)
My son Max plucked an icicle off the roof and brought it inside for his niece and nephew, Jack and Mia. While Max’s hands froze, we had them pose for picture after picture. Taller than Jack and Mia learned the sad lesson that nothing lasts forever!! To help her stop crying, we put the tip in the freezer to bring out next summer! My son Max, brought an icicle in for his niece and nephew, Mia and Jack (19 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Days 24 and 25 - 12/26/10 10:01 PM
Day number 24 and to many of us…..Christmas Eve! Even today, business had to come first. I have a client newly divorced buying a house for the first time on her own, BUT with the help of brother out in California. He wants her to ask for everything on the inspections report including changing out the spindles on the stairway so that they will be closer together meeting today’s code. My fear is that the sellers will agree!! I think I have brother convinced to be reasonable. I also explained to another client how money is wired. This is a new (4 comments)
The holidays are can be a stressful time for many of us. The list of chores in preparation is long and time consuming. It seems that no matter how hard I try, I am always scurrying last minute to make sure everything will be perfect for family and guests. Due to circumstances beyond my control, shopping for my four grandchildren still remained to be done on December 22nd. I also had a much needed hair appointment that day. In addition it was son Andrew’s birthday and son Max’s would be the next day. Brothers and sisters home from college with (6 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Day #23 - 12/24/10 01:15 PM
As we get closer to Christmas, it does become more of a challenge to stay ‘well rounded’ accomplishing something business related while balancing with incoming kids and planning to keep the brood well fed and happy. As I previously mentioned, we also have birthdays to celebrate on December 22 and December 23. We basically just start celebrating on the 22nd and don’t stop until after New Year’s Day. The transactions I am working on here at year’s end are all high maintenance and ar requiring attention from me each and every day to keep them on track. I am counting on (12 comments)
12422 Carriage Stone Drive Fishers IN 46037 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 1464 square feet $130,000
Terrific value in the sought-after Fishers Sandstone Meadows subdivision! Nearly 1500 square feet with split bedroom floor plan and vaulted ceilings in Great Room, Kitchen and Master. Large eat-in kitchen with pass-through to Great Room includes all appliances, a pantry and reverse osmosis water purification system. Other great features include wood-burning fireplace, fantastic master suite with jetted tub and separate shower, walk-in closet. Large corner lot with a HUGE 20x20 wood deck of outdoor living. Close to award-winning Hamilton Southeastern Schools and priced to (7 comments)
Thankful Thursday - My Competition - 12/23/10 02:40 PM
Cindy Marchant is the top producing agent in the Keller Williams office with which we are both affiliated. She is everything you would want in a REALTOR , team owner, and friend. She gives of herself unselfishly and then some. If I ask her for her help or opinion, she is there for me. Many of you here on the Rain already know and love Cindy, but I just thought I would pay a little tribute to her this holiday season! Thanks for everything Cindy!! You are very special! (12 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Days #21 and #22 - 12/23/10 02:16 PM
Day Number 21 – Things seem to be winding down. However, people are still out looking at houses. Agents are e-mailing me with questions about my listings. Seems to be what I like to call a ‘flurry of activity’. Kind of like a snow flurry---a little bit to start with and then the STORM hits! I am expecting a full fledged storm come the New Year! Today as with many days, I consulted with a few people who help me with my websites. We have been making changes that will hopefully help with our conversion rate. I find that I focused (6 comments)
When the weather outside is FRIGHTFUL, remember that the Indianapolis Children’s Museum is an absolutely DELIGHTFUL place for indoor family fun! Kids, grown-ups and, yes, even teens, are sure to find something that captures their interest in the nation’s largest children’s museum, whether it’s digging for fossils in the Dinosphere, a walk through the world of Barbie, or a ride on an old-fashioned carousel. The Power of Children: Making a Difference is a new display that chronicles the trials and triumphs of young heroes Anne Frank, Ruby Bridges and Ryan White. It’s one history lesson no one will mind studying! (4 comments)
Need a reason to consider relocating to Carmel Indiana? That's easy, since there are PLENTY! For one thing, Carmel was just named one of the Best Cities to Relocate To by Sperling's BestPlaces.net. The list factors in everything from cost of living to housing prices, crime rates, quality of education, and access to cultural events. But those are just generals. Let's get specific. What, exactly, is it that makes Carmel a fantastic place to live, work and play? Here's my list of (just a few) of the Best Reasons to Move to Carmel Indiana. The Real Estate - Carmel real (9 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Days #19 and #20 - 12/20/10 11:04 PM
Day #19 Spent a very long time on e-mails today. It is amazing how quickly I fall behind if I am not paying attention! I have already done my goal planning for next year, but revisited and added lots of detail to the plans. Those few hours should pay back exponentially. I plan on being tougher on my team, but even tougher on myself. Three kids coming home from college in a few days and two will be bringing their significant others. We will be back to having a full house. Made up beds and made sure baths are all stocked (11 comments)
E-mails answered and a few comments made on AR in the morning. Left office at noon to attend my son’s graduation. Aaron earned his MBA in business administration graduating cum laude taking accelerated course work. Working full time and with two young children, this was no easy task. I am quite proud. Please no comments saying that maybe he would like to join me in real estate. Been there and done that. Real estate was not for him. After his family arrived, Aaron decided he liked normal business hours and (11 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Day #17 - 12/18/10 09:47 PM
Day #17 Today I spent almost the entire day doing favors for clients. Some were requested and others were not. As I detailed in a previous post, “Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!,” I shoveled a very long driveway of a vacant house I have listed. That was probably three hours time spent. I have a client who is back home in Canada for the holidays, but left his car here. He will be closing on a new home mid January. He asked me to try to work it out with the listing agent and seller for his (12 comments)
Coming to Indianapolis? Better Get Your Shop On! - 12/17/10 10:37 PM
This just in! Indianapolis nabbed the No. 5 spot on the Forbes magazine first-ever list of Best Shopping Cities. While I'm often suspect of the rankings doled out by Forbes, this one doesn't surprise me. Without blinking an eye I can name three indoor malls, two outdoor malls, three large retail spaces and four Target stores within a 15 minute drive of my Indianapolis home. Plus a partridge in a pear tree somewhere out there. It’s the advantage of living in a place where city and suburbs blend seamlessly together, I guess. It's shopping sensory overload for visitors who come to (6 comments)
Is it really the middle of December already?? That means we are half way through the challenge. Time really does fly!! December 15th – Spent a good part of the day just trying to get caught up on e-mails and paperwork. Getting ready to list a home with tenants living there. My first in a while. Went to the house and tenants seem very nice and the house was in surprisingly good condition. However, when tour company called to schedule, tenants were not agreeable on the time---probably a sign of things to come. Met at a condo I have listed (14 comments)
Holiday Miracles - The Gift that Keeps Giving! - 12/16/10 11:58 PM
I got my real estate license for the second time in the year 2000. Times were tough for me and my family. We had owned a couple of restaurants that began failing when competition from large national franchises moved in. The last straw was when the Simon brothers, owners of an upscale mall told every ‘Ma and Pa’ operation that we would have to make $100,000 in improvement to our space in the mall food court, or not be granted a new lease. None of the well known businesses could afford that---the Simons way of getting rid of us. I got (17 comments)
Fishers Conner Prairie Gingerbread Village-It's Magic in the Making! - 12/16/10 08:26 AM
Who knew that a bit of flour and molasses could result in the amazing creations you'll find on display at the 2010 Fishers Conner Prairie Gingerbread Village? This year's entries include a magical of rendition of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, a cozy drawing room complete with gingerbread chairs, and (my personal favorite) a replica of the Golden Eagle Inn at Conner Prairie! A visit to the Conner Prairie Gingerbread Village is a fun Fishers holiday activity for the entire family. You can even participate in the contest by casting a vote for your favorite gingerbread creation while you're there! (3 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Days 13 and 14 - 12/14/10 11:53 PM
Day 13 Meetings planned for most of the day and I attended all of them. I agreed to teach a class for new agents at my office. However, this day got off to a very unexpected start. I received a phone call that one of my colleagues at another real estate company had passed away over the weekend. She was 49 and in good health. We were not close friends, but more ‘real estate’ friends. Over the years we had transactions together, gave each other referrals and shared advice and opinions. This will probably affect my plans for next year (16 comments)
A drive around town to view Fishers holiday lights is always a fun family activity. There are truly some people with way too much creative energy (literally) out there! One Fishers holiday lights display definitely worth a drive-by is in the Harrison Park neighborhood off of Allisonsville Road. The intricate lights display is set to music, which you can tune into on the radio. No need to let the slightest bit of cold air into your vehicle! Year after year, this is one of Fishers’ best holiday lights displays and there are almost always several cars out front enjoying the fun, so go prepared to wait (10 comments)
Fabulous Fishers Neighborhoods - Sawgrass - 12/13/10 06:35 AM
Sawgrass in Fishers Indiana is an excellent example of why the city continues to receive accolades as one of the best and most affordable places to live in the country. Sawgrass is one of Fishers’ prettiest and, happily, most affordable neighborhoods! The Fishers Indiana subdivision of Sawgrass comprises 240 homes built between 1996 and 2000, and is part of the Legends of Geist community which includes four neighborhoods, each named after legendary golf courses. The beautiful family homes of Sawgrass are surrounded by the equally beautiful Ironwood Golf Club. Sawgrass homes have lower levels, with an average of 2500 finished square (6 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Days Eleven and Twelve - 12/13/10 02:35 AM
Day Eleven Have had a ‘flurry’ of showings on a couple of my listings, so I had to make sure we had enough brochures for even more showings this weekend. Have been getting a lot of calls from Craig’s List on listings so that is definitely something we will continue in 2011. Buyer called today to see listing tomorrow. Supervised repairs on home for absent seller. Went to home to make sure repairs were done. Held annual team holiday party at Harbour Trees Clubhouse and had wonderful time. Good food and good conversation. So nice to get together and talk no business. (6 comments)
Pay it Forward - Bah Humbug!! - 12/11/10 01:38 PM
Like most of you reading this, I try to do my share in donating time and money to those less fortunate than myself. ActiveRain has given us many opportunities to think about doing more and to share our ideas with others. I am amazed and impressed with the selfless acts of kindness and giving by members of this forum. This is the first year I have been made aware of all that goes on outside my own little world. I am writing this post to tell you that I will not be donating to Toys for Tots. I will not be donating (13 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Day Number Ten - 12/10/10 08:02 PM
Day Ten of the 31 Days of December Challenge Today was a work at my desk day. A time to get caught up on e-mails and blogging. Little did I know it would take the entire day and I would still not be where I hoped to be. In addition to my efforts at the keyboard, I of course answered phone calls and handled little bits and pieces of business that needed to be handled for transactions scheduled to close. Received calls from three sales people hoping to get their foot in the door at my office. I am not the (10 comments)
Kodak Moment - From One Sailor to Another - 12/10/10 02:38 PM
For those of us who are lucky, we have our parents with us for a long time. Mom lived to the ripe old age of 84. Dad outlived her by five years and left us in 2007 at the age of 89. Dad was a great story teller and boy, if he were here, he could fill your ears with lots of history. This was a guy who lived through the Great Depression. At the age of twelve, as his own father lay dying in a bedroom upstairs, a lady from the local church came to the door with a (21 comments)
You probably won’t find many sellers who consider the holidays an ideal time to have their Hamilton County home on the market. Not only is it inconvenient to have strangers traipsing around during the most wonderful time of the year, it’s also inefficient, since the pool of buyers generally dwindles in favor of trips to the mall! But let’s face it, sometimes what’s ideal and what’s reality are two very different things. So for those Hamilton County homeowners faced with trying to sell a house as well as preserve some holiday good cheer, here are some helpful holiday (8 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Day Nine - 12/09/10 11:17 PM
I give ActiveRain lots of credit for making me more aware of my surroundings and actually causing me to stop and smell the roses. And I give this 31 Days of December Challenge credit for helping me to be aware of my actions and how I use my time. If I need to be earning money, and I do, what am I doing every hour to make that happen or plan to make that happen? (Not one of my dogs pictured to the right for anyone wondering and also not Barbara Todaro's Rocky) Yesterday, my washing machine broke down. It is (7 comments)
Noblesville Indiana: A Best in the Midwest! - 12/09/10 06:25 AM
A top-notch school system, affordable real estate and a hometown feel are just a few of the reasons Noblesville Indiana continues to garner recognition as one of the best places in the country to live. I'm happy to report that there are also plenty of fun things to do and see in Noblesville Indiana. I’ve compiled a list of favorites. Try a few and I think you´ll agree that Noblesville really is a "best" in the Midwest!
Sunbathe at the BeachIt's a little hard to imagine in chilly December, but Indiana does warm up, and when it does Morse Park (7 comments)
Zoe is our ‘little’ rescue pug. We think she gets up at night and sneaks into the fridge. She is built like a little tank. One would not think she could sit up like this, but she can sit this way indefinitely---or at least we think she can. This is not a trick like some dogs do for a treat to eat. Zoe does this so that we will rub her belly.
31 Days of December Challenge - Day Eight - 12/08/10 10:35 PM
Every year around this time, real estate companies put their recruiting efforts into high gear. I do not always agree to talk to other companies because I am very happy where I am. I don't want to waste their time or my time. However, if I were to jump ship, I am pretty sure where I would land so I usually agree to hear what that company has to say. I guess I am looking for something new that I haven’t heard before. Day eight 1) I planned to meet for about an hour with a recruiter from one of (6 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Days 4, 5, 6 and 7! - 12/07/10 11:12 PM
Like some of the other participants of the December Challenge, I am finding that business is getting in the way! Just kidding (sort of), but it does make for an interesting day if out showing 14-15 houses! Which is exactly what happened on my
Day 4 Spent the entire day out in the snow showing homes to Jeff, one of the nicest guys I have ever met. More fun than work. He called last week and said he was coming to town this weekend to buy a home. He has a great sense of humor and knows what he wants. (12 comments)
Carmel Indiana is chock full of gorgeous neighborhoods with fabulous amenities! The Carmel Indiana subdivision of Moffitt Farm at Prairie View comprises 26 custom homes built between 1997 and 2004. These beautiful Carmel homes feature eye-catching architecture and water views of the neighborhood lake. All of the homes have lower levels, most of them walk-out, with an average of 4104 finished square feet. Three Moffitt Farm homes have sold in the past six months, with the quickest sale made in just 41 days. Moffitt Farm's many attractions include its convenient location near the Prairie View Golf Course (4 comments)
Buyer Tip -- What Art and Drawing Has Taught Me About Buying A Home - 12/06/10 10:25 PM
There are some posts that I know simply got posted on the wrong day or the wrong time and never got the attention they deserved. Well, this is one of them!! Read this post by Chris Olsen and you just might learn something about yourself that could help you become the creative person you always wanted to be---both aritisically and in real estate. Read the second half and you will have so much good advice for your buyer clients, they will think you have been in the business 50 years. If you like what you see, please go over to Chris' (5 comments)
Carmel Palladium Poised to Hit all the Right Notes! - 12/06/10 10:23 AM
Have you heard? Fine tuning is nearly complete on the Carmel Palladium, the city’s breathtaking new state-of-the-art concert hall located within the Carmel Center for the Performing Arts! The first notes of the Carmel Palladium’s inaugural season will ring out January 30, 2011 with a performance by the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. Also on the calendar for the season are performances by the Vienna Boys Choir and country music legend Glen Campbell. Other venues within the Carmel Center for the Performing Arts, when complete, will include a 500-seat proscenium theater, a 200-seat studio theater and an outdoor amphitheater. (7 comments)
Pay It Forward - On The Receiving End! - 12/04/10 09:52 AM
Ever since Ralph Gorglione started this group, I have been writing about how wonderful I am. I have been telling the world what a better place it is, all because of me and my kindness and love for my fellow man. This post is going to be a little different. (However, please read to the end to see that I have personally paid it forward!!) I recently received an offer on one of those homes in a neighborhood of 500 identical homes, half of which are now bank owned. Very nice seller and very realistic—she is just limited on how much (15 comments)
Peter Horn Master Violin Maker and Restorer - Greater Cleveland Ohio - 12/04/10 02:20 AM
Chris Olsen wrote an amazing post with simply incredible pictures. It got features, but only 16 comments---which tells me many people missed this one. Hopefully by reblogging, it will breath new life into this story. I must admit, I played the cello years ago and one of my goals is to be able to buy a quality instrument from some one like Peter Horn. Please be sure to vistit Chris' original post to comment!!
Via Chris Olsen Broker Owner Cleveland Ohio Real Estate (Olsen Ziegler Realty): Peter Horn Master Violin Maker and Restorer of Stringed Instruments - Greater Cleveland Ohio (3 comments)
31 Days of December Challenge - Days 1, 2, and 3 - 12/04/10 01:06 AM
I happened upon this challenge at the very end—11:59 PM of December 3rd. My first thought was, ‘Oh, I am way too far behind to get caught up with the others!’ So then I took a moment to reflect and realized that I have absolutely done something every single day so far in December to help grow my business and have me up and running for the New Year! So in other words…..I ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE!!! Day 1 Spent an hour on the phone with the state recruiter of the second largest company in Indiana and scheduled another meeting. I am (7 comments)
I would not expect most of you looking at this to know what you are seeing. After all, not many people are born with the extraordinary talents of my grandchildren. Feast your eyes on the beautiful finger-painting of Jack and Mia---hanging in Nana’s laundry room to dry. It wasn’t nearly as scary having this activity in my kitchen as I thought it would be!! (11 comments)
Open House! Sunday, Dec 5, 1-3 PM 616 Conner Creek Drive Fishers IN 46038 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths 1565 square feet $120,000 Take a virtual tour! Beautiful move-in ready Fishers townhome for sale in sought after Conner Creek. 2BR/2.5BA + loft with open floor plan. Vaulted great room has floor-to-ceiling stone gas log fireplace. Large kitchen with all appliances included. Loft makes great office & has door to balcony. Inviting master suite with walk-in closet, double vanity, tile shower. 2 car garage w/bonus room for storage/work shop. Community clubhouse, pool & tennis. Minutes to I465, I69 & all Fishers has (3 comments)
Be sure to include a visit to the Indianapolis Soldiers and Sailors Monument on your list of fun things to do this holiday season. Beginning the day after Thanksgiving, the monument in the city’s Circle Center transforms into a giant Christmas tree strung with nearly 5,000 lights and innumerable strands of garland. The evening’s festivities include performances by local talents, and culminate with a visit from Santa, the official tree lighting, and fireworks!
Indianapolis Soldiers and Sailors Monument: The Indianapolis Soldiers and Sailors Monument is the largest monument in the United States to be dedicated to the common (8 comments)
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