Even though we purchase properties for cash all over the USA, we have local buyers in all 50 states including Indiana. So, when you contact Finally Sold to sell your home, you know you will get prompt service and a very competitive offer.
Nowadays, many people are asking themselves "How can I sell my IN house fast?" Well, we have a solution for you; it's The Finally Sold Way™. With Finally Sold, selling your home has never been quicker, simpler or more convenient than ever before.
Simply put, The Finally Sold Way™ provides you a better alternative way to sell a home fast versus the rigid and outdated Real Estate Agent Way. Not only do the local home buyers at Finally Sold give the control back to YOU where it belongs, but they also give you these three important things that the Real Estate Agent Way simply cannot provide: SPEED, CONVENIENCE, and CERTAINTY.
Unlike when you try to sell your property with a real estate agent who is hoping and praying that they will eventually find a retail buyer who can qualify for a mortgage. We are a large real estate investment company that has the funds readily available to purchase your home at a moment's notice.
We truly can help you sell your own home fast because we are the actual buyer. You see, we purchase properties all throughout your state. We will pay cash for your home, and we can do it as quickly as you want us to. We will even pay for all of the real estate closing costs.
In other words, with The Finally Sold Way™ you will safely have cash in your hands in a flash. How fast you ask? We can typically close the sale of the home through a secure and government regulated title company or real estate attorney within just 10 days of you contacting us. And if 10 days is too quick for you, then we will let you pick whatever closing date you want.
It's no wonder that once you experience the Speed, Security, Convenience, Professionalism, and Certainty of The Finally Sold Way™, you will NEVER want to sell your home any other way again!!!
The word Indiana means ‘Indian Land’ or the ‘Land of Indians’ as it was initially inhabited by Paleo-Indians who first arrived at this area more than 10,000 years ago. These groups of people were nomads and engaged in the hunting of animals such as the Mastodons. They used chert to make their tools by chipping, flaking and knapping. The Archaic people arrived later and developed more complicated tools such as grinding stones and stone axes as well started cooking their food. The Adena people inhabited the area during Woodland period, and this group was more advanced and engaged in activities such as pottery and ceramics making, farming and trading. The Mississippians later arrived, and they were distinguishable by their sophisticated urban centers. Some of the Native American tribes present here during the European encounter include the Illini, Miami, and Shawnee.
Robert de La Salle, a French explorer, was the first European to land in this area in 1679. French-Canadian traders arrived in large numbers lured by the promising fur trade in the area. The 1st trading post was built near Vincennes in 1702 by Sieur Juchereau. The French constructed several other trading posts such as Fort Wayne and Ouieatenon in a bid to control the fur trade. The British arrived in the mid-18th century and showed interest in this land. When France lost French and Indian War, they ceded the land to Great Britain. The Britons made this land part of the Northwest Territory, which was later taken over by the U.S. Government after the Revolutionary War in 1787. In 1800, USA extracted a piece of the Northwest Territory and called it the Indiana Territory.
With an estimated population of about 140,000 people, Indiana was admitted to the Union on December 11, 1816, as the 19th state. It covers an area of about 36,418 square miles making it the country’s 38th largest state in land area. With its nearly 6.75 million people that call it home, it now ranks as the 16th most populous US state. Nicknamed the Hoosier State, Gold and Blue are its official colors and uses the official motto of ‘The Crossroads of America.’ A resident here is sometimes referred to as a Hoosier, which has been given various interpretations by different people. The leading theories have interpreted Hoosier to refer to a country bumpkin, rough countryman or backwoodsman.
The state is located in the Midwestern part of the United States and borders the states of Illinois, Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky along with the Ohio River and Lake Michigan. This state is also among the eight that constitute the Great Lakes Region. Some of the other principal water bodies here include Patoka Lake, Lake Wawasee, Lake Monroe and Lake Tippecanoe. This state falls under two natural regions; the Interior Low Plateaus and the Central Lowlands, which are mostly flat and features low hills. This area generally has a humid continental climate characterized by cold winters and wet and warm summers. The southern region, however, is characterized by a humid subtropical climate. The Hoosier State experiences droughts once in a while, but the rainfall levels are typically distributed evenly all throughout the year.
There is a total of 92 counties and 450 towns in this state. Indianapolis is both the largest city and the capital and has an approximate population of 830,000 people. This town is known by various nicknames such as; the Amateur Sports Capital of the World, Indy, Crossroads of America, Circle City, Naptown, and the Racing Capital of the World. It has been ranked as a global city based on its strong economy and strategic location making it a major transport hub served by Indy International Airport which is the state’s busiest airport along with major interstates like I-69, I-65, I-70, I-465, I-74, and I-865.
This state has various parks, national monuments, scenic places and preserves of national importance. The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park was established to commemorate the capture of Fort Sackville, which gave the U.S. government control of the western part of the country. The Ind. Dunes State Park in Chesterton is a great recreational area with activities such as bird-watching, trailing and hiking along the sandy beaches. The Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial was built to honor former President Abraham Lincoln, who spent his formative years in this state. The Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge is a home to various animal and plant species and famous with recreational activities such as hiking, trailing, and fishing. Other parks, monuments, and places here that you should check out are, Conner Prairie Interactive History Park in Fishers, Marengo Cave, Turkey Run State Park in Marshall, Brown County State Park in Nashville, Central Canal in Indy, Indiana War Memorial, Monument Circle in Circle City, Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Naptown, Indianapolis Zoo, Clifty Falls State Park in Madison, and the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo.
Various museums here focus on areas such as the history, science, arts and culture of this state. The Indy Museum of Art, which supports the local talents by stocking exhibits from some of the best local artists. Other famous museums and things to experience here include, the IN State Museum, Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Blue Gate Theatre in Shipshewana, Studebaker National Museum in South Bend, the Eiteljorg Museum at the Indy, Oliver Winery in Bloomington, Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum - the Soldiers & Sailors Monument in the Crossroads of America, Holiday World & Splashin' Safari in Santa Claus, Basilica of the Sacred Heart near South Bend, and the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum just to name a few.
The Hoosier State brags to be the first one to implement the idea of a public school system funded by the state which was then copied and adopted by all the other states. The IU, with the main campus in the city of Bloomington, is the largest public university in this state. The other main public universities here are; Ball State University in Muncie, ISU in Terre Haute, Purdue University in West Lafayette, the USI located in Evansville, and Vincennes University located in the town of Vincennes. Some of the major private universities are Butler University and the University of Notre Dame.
Sports have a wide following here especially with basketball because this state usually has the highest players per capita in the NBA. This state is also known as the root of high school basketball as it all started here. Some of the most notable professional sports teams here are the NBA Pacers and WNBA Fever basketball teams and the NFL Colts football team. This state boasts of housing the Headquarters of NCAA. Some of the major NCAA Division I college teams here include the IU Hoosiers, the Ball State Cardinals, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, the Purdue Boilermakers, the Butler Bulldogs, the ISU Sycamores, and the Valparaiso Crusaders. Auto racing is another sport that is quite popular and among the most famous events is the Indy 500 miles race which is held every May at the famed Indy Motor Speedway. The track, also known as the Brickyard, is also host to the Allstate 400 which is a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. For golf fans, there are events like the annual PGA Tour’s BMW Championship in Carmel.
The economy here receives a significant contribution from the manufacturing sector. Other notable economic sectors here include transportation, hospitality, tourism, finance, healthcare, banking, retail, food processing, and insurance just to mention a few. Some of the largest private employers in this state are; Wal-Mart Stores Inc., General Motors, Eli Lily and Company, Steel Dynamics, Ispat Inland Inc., Visteon Systems LLC, Cummins Engine Company Inc., Chase Morgan, Kimball International Inc., Central Ind. Health Systems Inc., IU Health, NiSource, Anthem, and Calumet Specialty Products.
When buying or selling a house here, the real estate closing agent will typically use a Warranty Deed to convey the title of the property to the new owner. For the deed to be legally valid, the document must include the property’s exact legal description, which usually comes from language within the property’s original survey. The state primarily follows the Public Land Survey System (PLSS) methodology when surveying real estate. Ind. has two initial starting points for their PLSS which the First Principal Meridian and the Second Principal Meridian.
If you aren’t paying cash for the home and are instead getting a loan to buy the real estate, then understand that this is primarily a lien theory state. This just means that the raw title of the property will remain as collateral until the lien is ultimately paid off. The most common document that is used here to secure the lender’s interest in the title is called a Mortgage.
If for some reason the borrower cannot repay the home loan, then the lender must go to court and start a judicial foreclosure which typically takes about 261 days to complete so long as it remains uncontested. During this process, the mortgage company’s attorney will also typically file a lis pendens against the property so that the public is made aware of the pending foreclosure. Once the judge rules in favor of the mortgage company, then the court will issue a final judgment of foreclosure and the property will either revert back to the bank or will be awarded to the highest bidder at the foreclosure auction. The laws that pertain to the Ind. foreclosure process are mostly found in Ind. Code: Title 32, Article 29, Chapter 7.
However, if you are an Indianian landlord that needs to evict a non-paying tenant, then you would need to reference the statutes of Title 32, Article 31 instead. Whereas if you are looking to become a real estate agent, then you would just deal directly with the IN Real Estate Commission, which oversees all the licensing of the agents and most of the implementation and enforcement of the Ind. Real Estate Laws. Amongst other things, the main requirements to get a real estate license here would be to be at least 18 years old, complete at least 54 hours of approved IN real estate courses, successfully pass the written state real estate exam, pass certain criminal background checks, and pay the various required licensing fees.
With all the excellent museums, maintained parks, modern schools with up-to-date curriculum, entertaining sports action, and a strong economy, it’s no wonder why so many residents brag when they call the state home. Speaking of homes, if you happen to have one that you would like to sell, then we would be honored with the opportunity to purchase it from you. If the speed of selling your home is your concern, have no fear because we can close escrow very quickly. In fact, if you had only contacted Finally Sold ten days ago, your home could have already been Finally SOLD by now.
At Finally Sold, we buy most all single family homes in their as is condition. If you happen to have a property that you would like to sell, make sure you call us or fill out our short online form so that you too can once and for all get your property Finally SOLD!
Finally Sold is a national real estate investment company that specializes in helping homeowners sell quick for cash. We are not Realtors® or a real estate agency. We instead purchase houses and real estate for our benefit. No 'Agency' is created when selling a property to us. We are an Equal Housing Opportunity Provider. We do business in accordance to the Federal Fair Housing Law. One or more franchisees of Right Now Capital, LLC and the Finally Sold Brand may be licensed real estate agents.