In order to give potential buyers the best possible view of a home, Realty Executives Premier in Valparaiso uses drone technology which gives home buyers the chance to take a more in depth look at the home and the surrounding area in a way that was previously impossible.
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.
As The Lakes of Valparaiso continue to grow and welcome more residents moving into their beautiful apartments in a picturesque setting, the connection to the Chicagoland area has continued to grow with the community.
As with everything from cars to clothing, styles and trends change. Some trends change every year while others can take decades. In the area of home design, trends move a little slower and to get an idea of what’s in and what’s out Ideas in Motion Media sat down with one of Northwest Indiana’s premier home builders, Steiner Homes Ltd.
On a recent tour of Valparaiso’s newest apartment community, The Lakes of Valparaiso, what stands out the most is the attention to detail that has gone into creating the one-of-a-kind community that balances the busy, city lifestyle with the beautiful, rural Indiana setting upon which the community sits.
Hines Plumbing has a space for lease in Valparaiso, IN right behind their offices on Horse Prairie Ave.
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.
There are just three days left in the Lynda Anderson Team at Boulder Bay Realty’s ‘65 and Beyond: Charity and Organization Donation.’ Anderson and her agents at Boulder Bay are anxiously waiting until the Facebook Poll closes on June 30th and the winner will be announced.
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.