College Basketball Fans Live Here and Here’s Why  

College basketball is as much a part of life in Bloomington as anything else. Here’s just how deeply it is cherished, and why. Tradition & History The Assembly Hall is a very old building – opened in 1971, but the tradition in this building is second to none. The five national championship banners hanging from […]

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Investing in Property in Bloomington

Finding a home for sale in Bloomington is easy. Finding a home that fits your needs takes experience. Lots of websites display all Bloomington home listings and tax assessor information, maybe a sold price. Is that all the information you really look for, though? For example, a major real estate search engine shows a property […]

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Why Active People Are Buying in Bloomington

COVID-19 and stay-at-home order have not affected home sales in Bloomington, according to the Bloomington Normal Association of Realtors. Through May, 949 homes had been sold in 2020, an increase of 3.9 percent over 2019. Resold homes made up 934 of the sales and 15 newly-constructed units accounted for the remainder. In 2019, there had […]

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Does a Lake Home Sell in the Fall/Winter?

Most people believe that the optimal time to list your house is in the spring. There is no question that spring is the busiest real estate market especially on the lake; but, depending on your home’s assets and liabilities, there may be a better time to list. In truth, lake houses sell year-round, so there […]

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How Can Outdoor Décor Affect Home Selling?

The first thing that naturally comes to mind when this question arises is curb appeal. The exterior is obviously what the potential buyer will first see. If you don’t have the outside of your house, including your yard, looking its best, then you’ve tainted the buyer’s first impression. To avoid that, you need to look […]

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