Friday, September 2, 2011

Foreclosure Friday, 9.2.11

Times are hard and many people have lost their homes due to the challenges in the economy.  "Foreclosure Friday" is our way of bringing awareness to the availability and potential of distressed properties in the Central Indiana area.  Buying a distressed home, whether if it's in Short Sale or already Bank Owned, is a great way to help stimulate the economy. 

Here Are A Few Of Our Reasons Why:
-Sellers/Banks are able to depart from their current home
-Jobs are created for Realtors®, Contractors, and Suppliers
-Neighborhood home values can be regained 
-Buyers may get a positive equity position
-Lonely homes get happy homeowners!

Our short list of distressed properties below are currently active on the market in the Indianapolis area.  DM Irish does not own, nor have these properties listed, but rather is being a resource for what's available to purchase. 
Stay tuned biweekly as we pass along homes in the area that might be a good match for you!
Need more info on one that catches your eye or want helping searching for any home in the area?

Home A
3891 sq feet including finished basement; 4 beds, 3 baths
Fishers 131st and Cumberland Road; HSE Schools
Bank Owned; Cul-de-sac, tree-lined lot; Hardwood Floors
DM Irish built three homes and lived in this custom this is a great find!

Home B
4400 sf including finished basement; 4 beds, 3 baths
Carmel 146th and Hazel Dell Road; Carmel Schools
Short Sale; Good condition; Great location

Home C
4962 including basement; 4 beds, 4 baths
Noblesville 209th and Hague Road; Noblesville Schools
PreForeclosure; Gorgeous setting near Morse Lake; Needs cosmetics and updates

Home D
6650 sf, no basement; 4 beds, 6 baths
North Indy at 75th and Dean Road; Washington Township Schools
Bank Owned; Amazing setting; Character features; Needs updates and cosmetics

Home E
2774 sf, no basement; 4 beds, 5 baths
Noblesville on Morse Lake; Noblesville Schools
Bank Owned; LOCATION...on Morse Lake with boat dock; Needs updates and cosmetics

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