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About Scott

Scott has been around real estate all his life. As a third generation realtor, he has gained a lot of knowledge of the residential, commercial, and developmental side of real estate. Communication is the cornerstone of Scott's business. Setting clear expectations, communicating regularly, and making this process as stress free as possible, are Scott's goals for every client. When you select Scott to represent your home purchase or sale, you will be getting someone who is looking out for your every need, and you will definitely have fun along the way. Along with co-leading his company, @Properties Indy, Scott leads his family of 5 with wife, Elizabeth; daughter, Waverly; son, Teddy; and son, Oliver. 

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Scott's blog

Feel confident and relaxed every step of your journey. Check out my latest blog posts - they'll certainly help you understand the world of real estate.
Of course, as a seller, you want to get the most money out of your home when you sell it as possible. But there is a lot more to offers that just the dollar amount. It is important to review ALL aspects of an offer before signing it, regardless of whether you have just…
Last week I mentioned that an inspection on your new home will cost you around $350 – $750 depending on the size of the home. Now I know you may be thinking, “Wow, that’s a lot of money. The home looked great when we toured it, and it was recently remodeled. I…
Why the Forbearance Program Changed the Housing MarketWhen the pandemic hit in 2020, many experts thought the housing market would crash. They feared job loss and economic uncertainty would lead to a wave of foreclosures similar to when the housing bubble burst…
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