At the center of convenience, these properties are close to award-winning schools, the city’s best shopping and dining and also offer an easy commute to major thoroughfares. We’ve worked with Gradison Design Build to offer a home plan perfect for a lot – but you can bring your builder as well. Call Sam to walk the lots, learn more about the available plans or bring your builder to review the property.
As we reflect on 2019, there is a consistent theme to our year: relationships. Actually, this is easily the consistent theme for the past decade. The driver of our business and the success of our business hinges on the depth of our relationships. Clients come first – plain and simple. We strive to meet the full-circle real estate needs of our clients. We work with them through renovations, through investment property decisions, on 2nd homes, on 1st homes and everything in between. Our business is not focused on transactions, but on the life-long buying and selling experiences of our clients.
We are proud to be featured in the February 2020 Indianapolis Monthly as a top realtor. We can’t wait to share that with you soon.
Enjoy this video highlighting 2019 and our 20th year in business. Thank You for an incredible year.
A new ranking proclaims one suburban city the top place to live in the United States.
The 86,000 residents of the city of Carmel, Indiana have a reason to celebrate today. Their suburban community just north of Indianapolis was just named the best place to live in the entire United States.
It’s not the first time the city has received such an honor, though. CNN Money magazine dubbed it the best place to live in America back in 2012, but that ranking was specifically focused on cities ranging from 50,000 to 300,000 in population.
Data company Niche, which recently released its own ranking of the best places to live, says its new numbers take “into account several key factors of a location, including the quality of local schools, crime rates, housing trends, employment statistics, and access to amenities in an attempt to measure the overall quality of an area.”
These cities promise to exceed your expectations.
Meggie Dials left Illinois for Indianapolis 13 years ago. “Mostly, people think of Indy as a quiet town in a rural state,” Dials, VP of sales at a local tech company and founder of The Sussy Project, told Travel + Leisure. “But we are so much more.”
Join the Sam Hawkins Team at the Holliday Park Trail Run on March 18, 2017. This year’s event offers a 5-mile Trail Run/Hike (ages 10 and up), 1-mile Trail Run/Hike, Tot Trot (ages 5 and under) and a Free Kids Zone featuring climbing wall, crafts, games and more!
50 Best Places to Travel in 2017
The 50 destinations that made our list this year include one of France’s lesser-known wine regions, America’s next big dining spot, and a buzzy Greek island.
Putting together our annual list of the best places to travel is a process that takes several months—we survey writers based around the world, talk to our A-List travel specialists, and look at the most exciting hotel and restaurant openings. While news and global events have a large impact on the places we choose, we also pay attention to cities that are worth revisiting: Philadelphia, in particular, may surprise you with the amount of growth and development it has seen in recent months. North America made a strong showing on this year’s list—more than a quarter of these places are within reach for a long-weekend trip from the United States.
3 Refreshing Entryways That Deal With Clutter
Whether you favor mudroom-style built-ins or a minimalist approach, your best bet for a tidy house begins at the entry
To-Dos: Your November Home Checklist
Start preparing your house for the holidays now, and you’ll be thankful later that you did
Get a jump on holiday prep. If you plan to host this holiday season, take a bit of time now to prepare a few things in advance. Launder and iron the fancy linens (roll up freshly ironed linens on old wrapping paper tubes to prevent wrinkles), drop off the kitchen knives for a professional sharpening or polish some silver — you’ll thank yourself later.