I have been a Realtor for Century 21 for almost 13 years and absolutely love the business and can't imagine doing anything else. It took me a while to get to this point and I would like to share that journey with you:
I was born in Poland and came to the US with my family when I was 10 yrs old. I grew up in La Porte, Indiana, graduated from La Porte High School & then from IU with a BS in Finance. Logically, I worked as an Assistant Branch Manager at La Porte Bank & Trust for 3 years. Then decided to change careers and accepted a sales position with Xerox Corporation. It was something totally "unlike me" and it really made me step out of my comfort zone. I moved to Indianapolis and started a career selling office copiers, scanners and large engineering blue print copiers. I worked for Xerox Engineering Systems for 14 years and then for Oce Engineering Systems for 4 yrs. I had the same territory for 18 years, which included about 1/3 of Indiana. My customers were manufacturing companies & my goal was to understand their engineering process and how my product could help them simplify it. "Customer Care" was the main focus of my business as it was mostly repeat business. It was a good fit for me. I loved the job and therefore I did very well. I was very fortunate to have qualified for many "Presidents Club" trips and have been to a lot of beautiful places. I also invested in some real estate and at one point owned 4 homes on my own.
Then I got married had 3 children and I decided to take a couple years off and stayed at home. After my youngest child went to kindergarten I decided to change careers again. My personal experience in real estate had a big influence on this decision. My parents taught me that real estate is always a great investment. They both worked in factories and spoke very little English at the time. Yet, they were able to send 3 kids through college "flipping" homes in the 70's & 80's. So, I decided to get my real estate license & start a new career. It just seemed to be another good fit for me.
Over the last 35 years, I have lived in Noblesville, Fishers, Washington Township, Pike Township and currently reside on the West side of Carmel for the last 20 years. Time has gone by so fast. Next year I will have 3 kids in college: 2 at Purdue and 1 at IU. Outside of my family and work, I love "get togethers" with family & friends, playing euchre, gardening & cooking.
Excellent development opportunity just NW of the Village of Zionsville. Great location just minutes to the Village & w/easy access to downtown Indy. The perfect rectangular shaped property is located across the street from existing subdivisions (Preserve at Spring Knoll & Rock Bridge). Wonderful country feel yet minute to all conveniences in the Village. 2365' of frontage on 400 S and 1322' of frontage on 875 E. 2 miles (4min) to Zionsville.
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