We believe in caring for the life of your home, and in doing so, having only the most qualified people taking care of it. Every single corner of your home deserves the best care and thorough service from these home experts.
The state of Indiana places some strict requirements on coursework and testing for real estate brokers. In order to receive a real estate brokers license in Indiana, the individual must first complete 90 hours of coursework in a state-approved pre-licensing course, then pass the required exams, all before even applying for the license! After that, there are continuing education requirements as well!
When deciding where to continue your education, finding a school that has dedicated teachers with a wealth of experience matters. If you’re planning to become a licensed real estate broker in Indiana, the quality of classroom instruction could make the difference between receiving and not receiving your license.
This month, we're celebrating some significant developments in our hospitality portfolio, special recognition for our medical management team and our leadership, noteworthy growth of our property management function, and commendable community service contributions. Continue reading below for these and other updates.
Symphony of Chesterton Welcomes Melissa Benefiel for a Presentation on Seniors Downsizing their Homes
Tuesday afternoon, Symphony of Chesterton welcomed sought after Melissa Benefiel, a senior real estate specialist for Century 21 Affiliated, who gave a very informative presentation about the importance of downsizing when seniors are looking to sell their home.
Welcome to a new year and another issue of the Holladay Properties company newsletter! We've got some great information on a new land sale/spec building in Indianapolis, our growing Hospitality portfolio, new leases in South Bend, and more! If you don't already, consider following us on LinkedIn,
The housing marketing in Northwest Indiana can vary from county to county, city to city, and township to township. We have great partners at Boulder Bay Realty, Century 21 Alliance Group, and Realty Executives Premier that can help you navigate the market and select the home that is best for you and your family.
NIPSCO connects customers with assistance programs
Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO), state agencies and other local organizations are partnering once again to help connect families that are struggling to pay their heating bills this winter with available assistance funds. Enrollment for the federal low-income energy assistance program (EAP) begins on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016.
The Mop Squad is determined to give you the best bang for your buck when it comes to cleaning your home - we are the Residential Specialists, after all - so we wanted to give you some tips that you can use to make sure we're doing our best the entire time we are servicing your home!
Horizon Bank has allocated $2.5 million to fund home ownership and home improvement loans in low- to - moderate income neighborhoods throughout Horizon’s market area in Indiana and Michigan. The loans are designed to assist borrowers in three categories of need: obtaining a home for the first time, making repairs to a home they already own, and re-establishing good credit while building a savings fund that can be used toward a mortgage down payment.
The 40th annual Home Builders Association of Northwest Indiana Home & Lifestyle Show is returning to the Porter County Expo Center Friday, March 10 through Sunday, March 12!