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RECENT BLOG POSTS
Out-of-area investors continue to find the greater Indianapolis area to be a good place to build their portfolio of single family homes.   The Indianapolis-Carmel Indiana MSA consistenly performs well as an affordable housing market.  That means that home pricing is supported by the income that f...
08/13/2014
An investor bought a property for cash at a sheriff sale.  But the former owner's lender kept coming to the home.  First there was a notice on the door saying that the property was found to be vacant, and there could be a lock change and winterization soon.  The sign recommended contacting the mo...
05/16/2014
TMobile has shaken up the cellular industry.  Since encouraging no-contract plans, they have set off some changes by other carriers.  Sprint has started the Framily plan.  Under it, groups can be established to share discounts.  This plan is designed for light data users because it only includes ...
02/20/2014
It is hard to imagine that two major players (a manufacturer and cellular carrier) in the cellular industry would hype up a product that has terrible quality issues, and continue to sell it.  But we are watching it right before our eyes.  You would think that these companies would care slightly a...
11/27/2013
Recently there have been many HUD Homes showing up on the HUD Home Store website showing homes with an appraised value as "zero."  Traditionally HUD Homes have been listed for sale at or close to their as-is appraised value.  But this year quite a few HUD Homes have appeared without showing an ap...
10/01/2013
I'm not sure why they still call it a cell phone.  Many people are opting for a device that has texting and data, but not very many voice minutes.  Who would have imagined a decade ago how the cell phone would evolve? Way back when, there was a commercial urging youth to stay out of trouble and o...
07/12/2013
Not to say that the law of supply and demand can't be broken or bent...  There are rare buyers out there who might overpay and there are rare sellers who will price way too low.  But for the vast majority of transactions, the law of supply and demand is very much in force.  Back there in real est...
04/22/2013
  I have been asked to “set up” new computers for family members. Let me describe the process. I usually download a variety of programs right from the start. It won't be everything on the list that follows every time.  But I usually select from these. (Note that some of these are downloaded, some...
01/31/2013
The points here are not a slam dunk. They are just food for thought.  Here are some reasons why people should consider the purchase of a reliable used car as opposed to a brand new car. 1. Depreciation.  Everybody knows that a car loses thousands of dollars of value the minute it drives off the d...
11/04/2012
As somebody who is a regular user of spreadsheets, I like it when people discover new ways to use Excel.  Here is a simple chart with some nice features added to make it more attractive.I have been asked over and over again how I do my graphs in my market reports. It was too hard to type out inst...
09/04/2012
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