You can search for waterfront properties on Trulia using our keyword search filter located on the left side of the search results page. The link below will show you an example where I've searched for the keyword "waterfront" within the 46060 zip code.
I hope this helps.
If you're interested in a search that will allow you to be more specific, you might want to consider Home Buyers Scouting Report. It's a password protected site that allows you to set up more speciic searches, plus you can get automatic alerts when a property goes on the market or there are price changes. Let me know if you want to check it out, it's a service I offer for free.
Like everyone else, whose responded, I'm always welcome the opportunity to earn your business.
As mentioned below, any Realtor can work as your buyer's agent and get you
only the properties on the water.
But I looked at both sides of Morse and found over 60 homes.
You can see them here. Just copy/paste :
I would love to work for you, Chuck. Please give me a call.
Prudential Indiana Realty Group
Trulia cannot be as specific as we realtors on search criteria, but I can help you with your question on lakefront properties! I presume you are talking about Morse Lake and maybe Geist areas. If there are other areas, please let me know! I serve Hamilton Co. and North Indy areas! I look forward to assisting you in finding a lakefront property!
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Thanks for the question.
Trulia's search capabilities are not nearly as detailed as you'll find on other web sites. Trulia is a data aggregator, and they pull their information from a variety of sources. Many of those sources are inaccurate, out-dated or otherwise misleading. I'm not suggesting that Trulia is intentionally misrepresenting properties and their status. It just simply isn't the top-line data source that professional real estate brokers, appraisers and assessors use to enter and gather property-specific information.
The best online source in our area is MIBOR. That's where agents and brokers first enter their listing information. It's immediately available, and reflects the minute-by-minute activity in the marketplace.
Lastly, I'd encourage you to find a Buyer's Agent whom you trust to help in your search. As agents and brokers, we have access to even more detailed search information and criteria within MIBOR than are accessible to non-MIBOR members. (The BLCÂ® - often referred to as the MLS - is built, maintained and wholly-owned by the Broker members.)
Good luck in your search!
Principal Broker, REALTORÂ®
MacDuff Realty Group