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REAL ESTATE Derek Owens has joined WKRP Indy Real Estate Professionals as a licensed Realtor. Chad Everts has joined as a residential realtor and sales manager.

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The Fun Continues In our Local Westfield Indiana Market

While the Residential side of real estate here in Westfield Indiana keeps pace and actually grows, the commercial is looking attractive as well. Being years away from any major commercial development we look for innovative ways to develop within our current inventory. We have also been able

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Westfield Indiana Water Utility Sale Can Only Help

The reason I say that the sale of Westfields Utility can only help is because our City has outpaced itself. Not to say we are overgrown but a community of our size would struggle to keep up with future demand as well as needed upgrades currently assessed.

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How WKRP Indy can be a best resource

We are continuosly working to identify who we work with best as clients and sometimes we are all over the place. Originally we were doing alot of investment residential transactions and that was nice, then we moved into several office purchase deals. Those were great because working

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Westfields Trick Or Treat Times

Westfield Indiana has set its trick or treat time for 2012. From 5pm to 8pm kids families will be allowed to trick or treat in each neighborhood. Be safe and have fun!

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Westfield Business Development

I look forward to our group that meets once a month and reminds each other what it is we are doing. Its a pleasure to hear how the Insurance guy is too busy to golf or the Web Designer has brought on a new developer. For me

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Why I will Never Look Like The Favorite Listing Agent

Well I am honest and realistic! When interviewing a listing agent on a property whether it be a home or retail center, the rules usually run the same. I always tell my clients the truth of the matter is that I want to sell their property as

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Is a decent community garden too much to ask for?

To start, I am not asking our wonderful city to in any way spend money or time on this.  Unfortunately in times like these we first look to our governments to facilitate local activities and thats just not the point of this. One of the great joys of

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Real Estate For College

I read this morning that Federal Student loans are in danger and some banks have even ended their loan programs for college kids.  How are kids that really want to go to college and get a professional degree going to finance their education?  Maybe through real estate!

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Don’t Drop The Wrong Name

At a recent dinner party that I was hosting, as usual I found myself getting to know the one stranger in the room.  One of my “tactics” is to find a common interest and see what things we can talk about.  A way of doing this is

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