Carmel Homes Realty is a client focused real estate firm owned and operated by lifelong Carmel residents. We bring 25 years of real estate and home construction expertise to every transaction.
Our experience, client focused approach, and cutting-edge marketing ensure that you have a successful transaction whether you are buying or selling.
Julie Morton helped us navigate the process of selling our family home so that we could downsize and move on to the next stage of life. We found her to be knowledgeable and professional, and she helped us handle what might have been a difficult transition with grace. We would highly recommend Julie’s services to anyone looking to buy or sell a home.
Professional and Responsive Resource
Julie & David have been a professional and responsive resource for me in managing my recent purchase of a home in the Carmel area. More importantly, due to their long history in the real estate business, I value their insights and trust them to act in my best interests.
1028Princeton Gate $729,900 Great floorplan, features, and styling – is this hype or the home you have been hoping to find? This is a high-quality custom-built home with a great floor plan in a terrific neighborhood; occupied by the original owners who throughout their time in the home have made continual improvements. The… [Read More]
1. Interview Loan Consultants A loan consultant can make or break your home buying experience. Interview 2 or 3 consultants making sure to ask about the products they have to offer, interest rates, and make sure you have a good rapport with the consultant. Some questions to ask: How long are your turnaround times on… [Read More]
We could have an entire post on renting vs buying – arguments can be made for both sides depending on your lifestyle, how long you plan to live in an area and a slew of other issues. This post is geared toward those that have weighed their options and would like to own a home… [Read More]
I’m tired of paying rent, but can I afford a house?? As I meet kids in their 20’s and talk to them about buying a house, they tend to say “no way, I can’t afford a house”. “Kids” let’s be honest they’re adults, but I often see them as kids and so do they. Over… [Read More]