Homes For Sale In NOBlesville
Thank you for visiting our site today to view homes for sale in Noblesville! Here you will discover all of the Indianapolis houses currently for sale on the BLC, along with property information, Google street views, and so much more. We work hard to provide you with everything you will need not only to find the perfect home, but also to make an informed decision on areas and neighborhoods, based on schools and other amenities.
To fine-tune your search, click on a price category to view homes within a given price point in the area. You can also revise a property's criteria by listing date or property status using the "Home Search" tab at the top. This will give you the most recent listings to come on the market in a particular area.
To make your search even easier, sign up for a FREE Noblesville House Tracking Account. It is quick, effortless, and will give you premium access to new BLC homes listed in the Noblesville area. You can save your preferred homes and tailor your own real estate searches. You'll be up-to-date, just like a real estate professional. Be sure to try our "Smart Search" technology today!
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Do You Need A Realtor To Purchase A Noblesville Home?
Have you ever thought that perhaps you don't need the services of a Realtor? Today, most Buyers are now relying on the Internet to begin their home search, and some do not necessarily engage a local real estate agent until they have made their selection and are ready to draft a contract. Many home Buyers think that perhaps they can save money by working with the Seller's REALTOR and not need the services of an agent of their own.
We can say unequivocally that this is NOT a good way to shop for what may be the most expensive asset you will own! Our real estate brokers are intimately familiar with the areas in which they work, and can be a great resource when it comes to what the market is doing, as well as the quality of the neighborhood and its schools. Secondly, it is imperative that have your own representation in a transaction. You wouldn't ask a prosecutor to represent you as a defendant in a legal trial, would you? Writing the purchase agreement is the easy part, but what happens if there are concerns about the inspection report that require more rigorous negotiations, or if there are issues with your home loan that require an extension of the closing date? There are many moving components in a real estate deal, and having someone who represents only your concerns is a must.
Our agents put their clients' needs and interests first, and can be that "champion" you need when difficulties arise...and they almost always arise at some point in a real estate transaction!
Contact us today and get connected with local Realtors Paul and Nancy Schulte.
What Is My Residential Property Worth In Today's Real Estate Marketplace?
Whether you are considering selling your home, or are just interested in seeing what your home might be worth, check out our "Selling Your Property" tool below. This program will enable you to easily see what houses are selling for in your neighborhood, and it will also let you see what recently-closed home prices were as well. This easy-to-use software lets you see average selling prices, days on market, and much more.
Try it today and let us know if you would like an expert resale value evaluation of your house by one of our local real estate specialists.
Paul and Nancy are local market experts and can give you an accurate valuation of your home.
Learn More About Noblesville
Have you ever heard of the word “hipstoric”? It means something that has a hip vibe and historic roots, and it is the way Noblesville is often described. Noblesville, the county seat of Hamilton County, is located 28 miles north of Indianapolis. The 2010 census counted 51,969 Noblesville citizens.
Home buyers can usually buy more house for their money here than in other areas of Hamilton County. The median home price is $203,600, up 6.4% over the past year, and median household income is $61,882.
Historic Noblesville Square: The heart of downtown Noblesville is historic Noblesville Square, surrounding the iconic, Insta-worthy Hamilton County Courthouse. The Square was built in 1876, and the courthouse was built in 1879.
This area is part of the newly-designed Noblesville Cultural Arts District, one of two state-designated arts districts in Hamilton County. Antique and boutique shops line the outskirts of the Square, so plan to spend a few hours browsing the unique finds here. The Square is a shopping destination as well, with clothing boutiques like Little Gypsie and antique shops like Corner Cottage and Logan Village Mall.
Nickel Plate Arts: Just a block south of the Noblesville Square is the Nickel Plate Arts campus, where you can browse the latest gallery exhibition, meander through the artist-in-residence studios, and purchase artwork. “First Fridays” feature live music, refreshments and special programming for a fun night out.
If all that shopping makes you hungry and thirsty, you are in luck. The Square is known for its local restaurants, with a variety of options such as Matteo’s Ristorante Italiano, an authentic Italian restaurant; Asian Grill, which features an electric menu of Asian-inspired foods; the Hamilton Restaurant, an elegant place to dine’ and Copper Still Kitchen and Bar that has a child-friendly dining room and a grown-up bar. If you are just looking for a snack, stop by Alexander’s on the Square for ice cream, or Noble Coffee & Tea for a shot of caffeine.
Federal Hill Commons Park: Federal Hill Commons Park is a 6.5 acre public space that hosts community events and music in its amphitheater, Farmer's Markets, a splash ground, and food trucks.
Rudoff Home Mortgage Music Center: This concert venue is the largest amphitheater in the Midwest and hosts hundreds of thousands of music lovers each season. Where else can you join 24,000 other people to hear the biggest names in pop, country, rock, and hip-hop performing against the backdrop of a stunning Indiana sunset?
The summer concert lineup is typically announced in early spring and shows run through early fall. Before or after the show, grab a bite to eat at Hamilton Town Center, an outdoor shopping mall with hotel properties nearby.
Morse Park and Beach: This 23-acre park is the center for summertime activities in Hamilton County. It has an 18-hole disc golf course, and spring and fall softball leagues. You can also play volleyball, fish, picnic, or rent a canoe or kayak from the White River Canoe Company and explore the White River.
Forest Park Aquatic Center: Forest Park Aquatic Center features an Olympic-size pool with a slide, diving pool with springboards, beginner pool with fountains, sun deck, snack bar, and lockerrooms.
So, if you are feeling "hipstoric," Noblesville just might be the right place for you!