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2013 Condo Report

by Roger Lundy

The numbers are in and 2013 was a great year in condo sales for Indianapolis!

Click here to view the report:  SHOW ME STATS!!

Interested in more detail on the value of your condo, townhome, or loft or the purchase of one?  Contact me today and I can help.


High-Rise Living in Indy

by Roger Lundy

My friends who sell condos in New York City, Los Angeles, Austin and Chicago will laugh at this blog but the title "Mid-Rise Living in Indy" just didn't have a good ring to it! 

If you like the idea of "High-Rise" living with features that may include amenities such as a doorman, security, elevators, and views of the horizon, here are a few choices that may appeal to you.  (I have of the theme song to "The Jefferson's" going through my mind as I write this!)

110 E. Washington

429 on the Park

Conrad Residences

40 North

Tarkington Tower

Last year I had some great advice from a friend who sells in NYC.  He said everyone initially wants a condo with a great city view.  He tells them to buy the interior space that works best for them and not the view because after 30 days you don't see the NYC view any longer.  You eventually only see the view when you entertain.  I can't imagine ever taking a fantastic view for granted but think about how often you sit and look out your windows at home now.  He has a the best floor plan for the way you live.  I used this advice last weekend when helping a buyer choose a condo downtown.  The one with the great parking lot view had the better floor plan for him and I think will ultimately be the best choice for him.

Comparing skyline views between NYC and Indy is a lot like comparing the average prices.  A condo I viewed in NYC recently sells for $2,600 per square foot to the average of $78 in Indianapolis.  Indy is a bargain!

Contact Roger today if you are interested in "Moving on Up!" to a great high-rise luxury condo in Indianapolis!


Why Agent Training Matters

by Roger Lundy

As a learning-based agent I believe in continued training on the real estate industry. 

If you are meeting an agent to list your condo, ask them what the last three trainings they attended and why they chose them.  If they say "I know it all" or "I am too busy" you may be sitting across from an agent who is not keeping up with the market.  What we learned three years ago is not very relevant today.

You can view my training resume here: 

Waterfront Indianapolis Condos

by Roger Lundy

Admittedly, Indianapolis is not the first city that comes to mind for waterfront condos but the number of options may surprise you.

Geist Reservoir:

Backbay which has many units with docks and Shorewalk.  On the North end of Geist in Fishers __ at 116th and Olio


Morse Reservoir:


Eagle Creek Reservoir:

Not actually on the water but there are a few condos in Cobblestone that have views of Eagle Creek across the street.

Other favorites with water views include Spirit Lake near Broad Ripple and two other hidden gems in Washington Township __ nestled in a private setting on Crittenden Avenue and Sylvan Ridge as well as Boardwalk with views of Lake Kesslerwood.

Near Keystone at the Crossing you will find Mystic Bay, Sandy Point, Clearwater Cove, Lake Clearwater and Lakes at the Crossing.

Downtown along the canal is __

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