The internet. The "information superhighway" as it was called. Anyone else feel as if that highway is jammed with traffic? I imagine it as a six-lane highway stacked with cars, trucks, semis, delivery vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles and pedestrians all moving at light speed.
But ain't that why the internet is so popular? We have an unbelievable amount of information at our poorly-typing, misspelling fingertips. Google some simple term and you'll get millions of options. Try "home repairs." I got 121,000,000 results. That enough information for you? Or get more specific and search "Indianapolis Dentists" for 367,000 results. How about we get really descriptive, like "homes for sale under $200,000 in Avon, Indiana." Can't be that many, eh? How about 30,900 results?
The nice thing is that http://www.callcarpenter.com has a great number of search options available that can narrow a typical search. Whether it's simply price and location, or price, location and beds/baths, or even adding lot size, subdivision, community features (waterfront, cul-de-sac, etc.), keyword search and more to that mix, there are a ton of options. Not enough to confuse anyone - just enough to save some time in researching Indianapolis homes for sale.
Now, ain't what searching for a home for sale is all about? Getting better results faster?
Posted by: Jim Newell