Indianapolis, Indiana (PressExposure) August 01, 2011 -- Indianapolis real estate company, Indy Metro Homes, is offering a free information packet for homebuyers who are planning to relocate to the Indianapolis region. To get information about the Indy Metro Area and their chosen neighborhood, consumers simply have to fill out an online form with pertinent information, and they will receive the Indianapolis Relocation Packet, online. This useful guide will give consumers all the available local information with Indiana real estate statistics, maps, school information and more.
By visiting the Indy Metro Homes website of the Scott Smith Team of Keller Williams Indy Metro South, people can access a wealth of information. Whether you're looking to relocate, browse through the types of homes for sale Indianapolis has, or are interested in any other type of Indiana real estate, you'll find resources in addition to the Indianapolis Relocation Packet. To assist visitors in discovering the properties available and gain knowledge of the surrounding area, Indy Metro Homes uses leading edge technology that makes finding a new home and moving much easier than it used to be.
The company offers a user-friendly and advanced online tool to view the available homes for sale Indianapolis has which can help visitors quickly locate the Indianapolis real estate that meets their requirements, without even leaving home. Not only can visitors quickly identify the available homes that match their criteria on a map, but they can also zoom in to each property and see pictures and detailed information about the home. Then they can even schedule a showing online.
About The Scott Smith Team
Located in Greenwood, Indiana and serving the Indy Metro area, The Scott Smith Team of Indy Metro Homes are Realtors with Keller Williams Indy Metro South. They consist of real estate specialist consulting in all aspects of the transaction process from listing to closing homes. The Scott Smith Team ranked 39th in the nation as published in the Wall Street Journal and in Lore Magazine. They have extensive knowledge of the Indianapolis Metro Region.