I'm not sure what you are asking about this home, but Perry Township is a nice area to live in. I'd be happy to help you out with any of your real estate needs. If you're looking for homes, download my free mobile app and you can use it to bring up homes around where you are looking. Just text HL6 to 87778 and you'll have the app on your phone. The greatest thing is that it can be used out on the street while your looking around at houses. It's so easy and convenient and takes home shopping a whole new experience.
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You could contact the HOA or the IMPD to check into crime stats in the area. You could review this web site as well: http://indianapolis.citysearch.com/profile/3969531/indianapolis_in/west_glen_village.html.
I've never lived in the area, but have 2 clients that do. Please check IN.gov or neighborhoodscout.com to check crime stats and such. I'd talk to the neighbors and drive around at different times of the day.... more
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We really cannot categorize neighborhoods as safe or 'drive by' type neighborhoods. But we can tell you that there is tons of info online for crime reports, and that type of info. The best piece of advice I would say is to take a drive through some areas you are interested in, watch for the surrounding areas and if you start noticing suspicious things just move on. You can always call the local police dept too for that kind of info. Sorry to have to beat around the bush...it's too bad people have to even ask a question like this, and other people tie our hands so we cant say anything:) best of luck!... more
Who is "They"? Your question lacks enough details for one to know what you are trying to determine. I can only guess you are wanting crime statistics for a certain area. Right? Most Realtors do not keep any kind of on going data for any certain area. That is not typically our area of expertise, although, I can recommend you contact your local law officals or ones for the area you have a concern and then ask them. Another good source is www.911indy.com which allows you to search by area of town or distance from a particular address in Marion county. I am not sure for sources in different counties but I am sure you can google it and find a site for different counties as well. Hope this helps.
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It's always smart to check crime statistics for every property you look at. The information is readily available on many websites. IndyStar has some, too. Google Crime statistics Indianapolis and you'll get many options.... more
No, but you may want to, anyway.
Here's the thing - your lease is a contract, which you are legally obligated to fulfill. However - there's a provision for "default" - what happens if you decide to skip out in the middle of the lease.
Realistically, if you call your landlord and tell them you aren't coming back, they'll work out something with you that's better than you paying rent until the lease ends.... more
When it comes to any safety issues, for accurate and up to the minute information, contact the local authorities and ask all your questions, hear all there is to hear firshand; if unfamiliar with the area, do visit more than once and at different times of day, possibly chat with locals/neighbors; real estate professionals are prohibited from steering, enticing a buyer to purchase, or not, in specific neighborhoods....... more
Your best source of information is the local police department, why not call/visit and ask all your questions--if you are not familiar with the area drive through more than once and at different times of day--chat with locals if the opportunity arises and ask them as well.... more
Please try these links for that info,
Hi Leisa. I would suggest that the local law enforcement agencies are your best source for that kind of information. I have also included a link where you can get information for crimes in major metropolitan areas. I hope this helps.... more