Spring Clean-Ups around Your Home.

It’s time to come out of winter hibernation and start to boost your home’s curb appeal. Here are some kick starter ideas that are easy on the wallet and not too time or labor intensive.

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Front door makeover. Update your front door with an accent color or a seasonal wreath. Choose a color that compliments your home’s brick or siding. Need some color inspiration? Check out Pinterest! Search “front door” and you’ll see what I mean.

Front porch focal point. If you have a covered front porch or landing, create an instant pop of color with various container plants and a spot to relax with outdoor furniture for a conversation area. Once Spring is in full bloom, check out local nurseries and farmers markets for colorful container plants.

Update house numbers. Local hardware and online stores offer a great variety of trendy, modern fonts with number designs. Accent a front pillar, wooden fence, overhang or mailbox post with new numbers.

Make a plant plan. Landscaping gives such boost to your home by using plant material to surround walkways or line the exterior features your home. Come up with a design plan for your green spaces. Clump flowers in groupings and keep the higher plants to the back and layer in with smaller plants in the front. Perennials are a cost-effective plant to use because they come back each year. Remove any dead growth left over from last Fall to give plants a boost this Spring.

Light up your exterior. Landscape lighting provides such a beautiful effect to your home, giving highlight to pathways, trees and flags during evening hours. Solar lights are an affordable solution for this as well.

Consider new paint. Stand back for a street view of your home and take a look at your shutters, exterior trim and front door. If your exterior finishes need some TLC, repaint them and give your home an instant makeover.

Treat your lawn. Apply a fertilizer to nourish your yard or hire an expert to diagnose any problems with grubs and weeds. Have your lawn mowers serviced and ready for mowing season.

Repair your driveway. Winter wasn’t terribly cold, however, freezing and thawing can take a toll on driveways and sidewalks. Patch and seal any holes or cracks.

Wash the exterior. Clean out gutters and pick up fallen debris from around the home. Power wash your siding, wood decks and concrete sidewalks to freshen up your home and give instant curb appeal.

Happy Spring! Give your home better curb appeal with these easy, inexpensive tips!



Thinking of Moving?

Last week I had four accepted offers on the same day! The market is picking up so quickly this Spring.

Are you thinking of moving?

Our homes are a large investment, likely the biggest one we will make. As a veteran real estate professional, I love working with my clients throughout the home buying and selling process.

Over the years I have had the pleasure of receiving incredible client feedback. I take pride in the level of service I provide for my clients, working closely with them to ensure they have a great experience in their home buying/selling journey.


If you or someone you know is in the market to buy or sell a home, contact me. Let’s work together to make your home buying/selling experience the best one yet.

Thank you! I look forward to it.

Is It Time to Move?

If you’re in the market to sell your home, contact me. As a veteran Realtor, my customized market analysis compiles data to tell you precisely what your home is worth so we can work together to get your home sold.


The analysis will provide data which allows me to strategically price your home to sell.

Comps. I will show you for what price range comparable houses in your neighborhood have been selling. This will help determine the right list price for today’s market.

Buyer Trends. What do buyers look for in homes? Understanding what buyers want is vital when making the decision to sell your home. I will review your home and show you which possible renovations, staging techniques and quick upgrades can have a huge impact on getting top dollar for your home.

Economic Insight. The complexities of the real estate market can be a lot to process. I will help you navigate the economic data, analyze what it all means for you and net you the most money possible at the closing table.

Determining a competitive list price is just the beginning. Once that is done, I will implement my extensive marketing plan designed to capture the maximum exposure for your home in the shortest period of time to move your home from listed to sold.

Contact me today to find out how I can maximize your return on the sale of your home. I look forward to working with you.

Broadripple Winter Market Saturday.

Join Midtown’s neighborhoods of Broadripple, Butler-Tarkington, Mapleton-Fall Creek and Meridian-Kessler at the Broadripple Winter Market this Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.


Shop local for the season’s best items with various vendors.

The market is free for all and takes place at Bent Rail Brewery every Saturday through April 22nd. Find off-street parking behind Bent Rail (5301 Winthrop Avenue) and south of Developer Town.

Have fun! #shoplocal #broadripplewintermarket

Build Custom in Fishers: Brooks Park.

Looking to build your custom dream home in Fishers?

Just a few lots remain at Brooks Park, so bring your own builder and make this popular neighborhood your home.


14355 Gainesway, Fishers, IN 46040 // Brooks Park // $139,900

Don’t miss this fantastic lot and the opportunity to build your custom home.
Contact me to find out more information today.

Fishers: Open House Sunday, 1 – 4 p.m.

This stunning, four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath home in popular Brooks Park with over 5,000 square feet will be held open this Sunday, March 19 from 1 to 4 p.m. Come by to see the beautiful upgrades, pond view and finished basement with bedroom and full bath.


9895 Win Star Way, Fishers // Brooks Park // $449,000

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Ranch home. This beautiful ranch home features an open floorplan with soaring ceilings and gleaming hardwood floors.

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Gourmet kitchen. The gourmet kitchen features upgraded granite countertops, center island, breakfast bar, double ovens and separate eating area. Also, relax in the great room with gas log fireplace.

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Spacious master. The master bedroom features a tray ceiling and beautiful pond view. The master bath includes upgraded granite, double sinks, separate tub and shower, plus a large walk-in closet with his and her sides. Bedrooms two and three feature private bathrooms.

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Finished basement. The spacious finished basement has room for recreation and exercising, plus a bedroom and full bath.

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Large garage. A side-load, three-car garage with plenty of room for vehicles and storage.

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Home with a view. Fantastic backyard with pond view, covered patio and a common area next to house. No house will be built next door giving this home a private, spacious side yard.

Contact me for more information. Visit this fantastic Fishers ranch home this Sunday, March 19th from 1 to 4 p.m.

Looking to Buy in Carmel?

If you’re in the market for a new home in Carmel, take a look at this beautiful three-bedroom, two bath 2,300 square-foot ranch home in popular Crooked Stick West.


11011 Tamoshanter Drive, Carmel IN // Crooked Stick West // $259,900

Fenced-in, large yard. The home is located on a 3/4-acre lot with gorgeous, mature trees.


Spacious kitchen. Lots of cabinets and center island; all appliances stay.


Newly-remodeled bath. Granite counter top sink on solid wood vanity and classic mosaic tile.


Newer hardwoods. Plus spacious great room with brick fireplace.


Built-ins. Formal dinning room features built-in china cabinets and chair rail.


Lovely sun room. Spacious sun room with cathedral ceiling.

Contact me today to schedule a private showing.