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For over thirty years, GB Landrigan has helped buyers and sellers of homes.
Whether helping the first time home-buyer in Broad Ripple, the seller of a Colonial Revival manse on North Meridian, or the sampler of fine food on Mass Ave, GB usually has a tale to tell that informs and -- sometimes -- even entertains.
GB LANDRIGAN'S TEAM
GB Landrigan's work has primarily involved the sale of properties on the North Side and Downtown.
His strengths include the history and architectural knowledge that make the neighborhoods of Washington Township so popular. As one example, he has sold over twenty properties on historic North Meridian Street alone, in addition to countless others in Meridian-Kessler, Butler-Tarkington, Arden, Williams Creek, Meridian Hills, Washington Township, Geist, Zionsville, and Carmel.
A sixth-generation Hoosier, he is also a third-generation REALTOR, following the work of his father and grandfather.
Over the years he has enjoyed working with several civic and professional groups. He served on the board of the MIBOR REALTOR Association, currently serves on MIBOR's Professional Standards Committee (Ethics), is a member of the National Association of Realtors' (NAR) Residential Real Estate Council, and is a candidate for NAR's CRS (Certified Residential Specialist) designation. He was a commissioner on the Meridian Street Preservation Commission, is a past president of Indianapolis Early Music and The Dramatic Club, and has also served on the boards of the Meridian Street Foundation, Butler-Tarkington Neighborhood Association, Contemporary Club, Crown Hill Historical Society, Beta Theta Pi Housing Corporation at Wabash College.
A graduate of Wabash College, his interests include Indianapolis and Russian history, historic preservation and renewal, architecture and design, web design, the Tiny House movement, and the Indiana Pacers.
In addition to GB, Debbie Waters is a long-time broker who manages the paperwork and many other arrangements that are necessary in each transaction. Understanding and cheerful, she nevertheless makes certain that the proper forms have been completed and helps to make sure the process continues uninterrupted.
Periodically, we have clients who have indicated a desire to sell their home but are not ready to have it widely known. We currently have a few such possibilities available in Washington Township for between $500,000 and $2.7 million. Please contact us with your criteria and we will see if there is a match.
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