**Note: This blog was updated - again - on June, 2019, to reflect new changes to the Sheriff Sale.**
This is a topic I’m shocked has taken us so long to blog about.
We’ve been attending the Marion County Sheriff Sale since 2005.
And - wow - do we have stories to tell.
Lot’s of them, which we may decide to do in future blogs.
But, to start, I thought I would use this blog to discuss the basics of the Marion County Sheriff Sale.
Sort of a “Marion County Sheriff Sale for Dummies” blog.
Note: I’m obviously not a lawyer, not an expert on foreclosures, so I’ll provide a VERY basic overview of the process.
In previous blogs, we’ve discussed how residential Property Management is consolidating and is, generally, getting more professional.
While there remain lots and lots of the classic Ma and Pops out there managing homes, Corporate America has taken a definite interest in our industry.
And, more importantly, Corporate America has entered markets offering a national presence.
It’s hard to tell, exactly, how things will progress from here, but the corporate trend has started.
And if you are an investor who uses a 3rd party property management company, you need to understand what this means to you and your investment.
Because, clearly, you now have a lot of choices when it comes to Property Management in Indianapolis.
While we preach that real estate is a long-term play, sometimes it just makes sense to sell.
Selling, like Buying, is a natural part of the investment cycle.
And, in some cases, it can be a smart move.
As a fully licensed brokerage, we’ve helped many of our Clients in the sale of their rental properties and one of the most frequent questions we get asked is, “should I wait until my Tenant vacates or sell it occupied?”
And the answer is, it all depends.
On what, you may ask?
Well, there are several factors that you need to consider when deciding to sell your rental property occupied or vacant.
Outlined below are some pros and cons for each which will hopefully help you decide the best option for you and your property.
It's hard to believe we've already finished up the first quarter of 2019.
While there are no major surprises this time around, there are a few things to take note of.
I'd also like to take a moment to point out that these numbers come straight from the MLS, and obviously not all rental properties are listed there. While this analysis isn't comprehensive, it definitely gives a great overall look at how the market is performing.
Lets take a look at the numbers...
I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “all good things must come to an end”, and as we wrap up our “Inside T&H” series, that’s exactly what we want to talk about.
While we hope to remain your partner for years and years to come, there will inevitably come a time when we part ways.
Terminating a contract is never something we look forward to, but we understand that it’s a natural part of the investment process.
And when it’s time to end your contract, we want to make sure you are handled with the same care as we provided when you began the relationship with us.
We have identified 3 main reasons why you may want or need to terminate your contract and the process involved in each.