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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

1207 Old Cannons Lane Louisville, KY

1207 Old Cannons Lane is located near two famous parks in Louisville, Seneca and Cherokee!  The street doubles as a bike path and the Seneca loop is less than a block away. This brick ranch has been well cared for over the years and renovated ...  Read More

Wednesday, April 08, 2015

Remodeled 9609 Galene DR Louisville

9609 Galene DR in Louisville has been a complete remodel project for Steve and Jo Dobbs. We purchased this project in July 2014 and started to work. Our first item of business was replacing the roof on both the house and 1100 foot garage. While the ...  Read More


You are curious, but not enough to set an appointment.
You realize how much trouble it is for the seller to show the house. There is the last minute tidying up and finding somewhere to go for a couple of hours. With an open house, the sellers can plan a specific time to get it ready. As a potential buyer, you feel that you have not inconvenienced the seller as they have “invited” you in for their open house. You will find that the majority of open houses are on Sunday afternoon. There are some on Saturdays; especially builder or model homes.

If you have committed to a real estate agent, it would be a good idea to inform them before you go. Listing agents are always looking for feedback and will probably call them to see what you thought. Below, you can see all the open houses located by area. Clicking on any area will show you current open houses detailing the specifications on each house and pictures. It may be a good idea to print out each house that you will visit. This way you have a reference piece to take notes and questions to ask at the open house and later. All of this will jog your memory later when you get back home. Upon reflection, you may want to set an appointment for another look.

Also, on each area link, I have described the Louisville area boundaries.

All of Louisville including Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer, and Bullitt Counties in Kentucky
Area 0 – Central Downtown District including Old Louisville
Area 1 – Downtown, Old Louisville, West Louisville, Shively
Area 2 – Butchertown, Highlands, Germantown
Area 3 – Brownsboro Road, Clifton, Crescent Hill, St. Matthews
Area 4 – Pleasure Ridge Park, Valley Station, Shively
Area 5 – Auburndale, Fairdale, Iroquois Park, Shively
Area 6 – Buechel, Highview, Okolona, Fern Creek
Area 7 – Fern Creek, Hikes Point, Jeffersontown
Area 8 – Douglas Hills, Hurstbourne, Middletown, Anchorage, St Matthews
Area 9 – Anchorage, Glenview, Lyndon, Prospect, Upper River Rd
Area 10 – Nelson County
Area 11 – Bullitt County
Area 12 – Other Counties
Area 13 – Southern Indiana
Area15 – Carroll County
Area 16 – Hardin County
Area 18 – Washington and Marion Counties
Area 19 – Spencer County
Area 20 – Oldham County North of I-71
Area 21 – Oldham County South of I-71
Area 29 – Henry County
Area 30 – Shelby County
Area 31 – Meade County
Area 34 – Trimble County