Whether you’ve spent a lifetime in Indianapolis – or you are thinking about relocating, our team of real estate experts can help you with buying or selling your home. From a recent college graduate to a retiring empty-nester, Indianapolis offers a thriving downtown, comfortable suburbs and everything in between. The team at United Real Estate – Indianapolis focuses on buyers and sellers in the north half of the city. From the Museum of Modern Art to Butler University, here are a few areas we specialize in:


With a charming New England style downtown, Zionsville offers a charming, quaint community – full of unique shopping and local restaurants. Offering highly rated schools with a strong reputation, the area is a great place for families to reside.


Local economy, projected job growth, local housing marketing, and top-rated schools were just a few of the things that led to Carmel receiving the number three spot in Money magazine’s list of Best Places to Live. As a pedestrian friendly town with lots of new construction, Carmel also ranked highly in intangibles such as ‘sense of community.’ Home to our office, the team at United Real Estate – Indianapolis know the ins and outs of this part of town.

North Indianapolis

Offering a variety of entertainment options, the northern part of the city has lots to do. As an established real estate market, homes here offer safe investment opportunities and continue to bring interested buyers to the area. With good schools and a 15-minute drive to downtown, families enjoy this part of town.


With interconnected trails for bikers and runners, the downtown is thriving and pedestrian friendly. Single family homes, condos, high-end lofts and converted work/live spaces make this part of town attractive to all age ranges. From the Colts and the Pacers to the Mass Avenue Theater, there is something for everyone’s interests.

Broadripple / Meridian Kessler

A village within a bigger city, this part of town offers homes with history and charm. Featuring older homes, many with renovations, this location is just five minutes to downtown. History lovers young and old reside here. This area also has a strong LGBT community.