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Selling Northwest Indiana
Neighborhood Guides

Cedar Lake

Whether you are new to Cedar Lake or you have been a long-time resident, we are pleased that you chose our community for your home. For our newest residents: Welcome! To help make your transition easi ...

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Chesterton

Today, the Town of Chesterton, Indiana has a population of 13,000 - not to mention the seasonal influx of millions of tourists who visit our area every year. We’re known regionally as an artistic comm ...

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Crown Point

Welcome to your one-stop resource for all things Crown Point, Indiana Real Estate! Considered to be the “hub of Lake County,” Crown Point Indiana is located just 40 miles southeast of Chicago’s Loo ...

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DeMotte

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Dyer

The Town of Dyer, Indiana was founded in 1855 and incorporated in 1910. During its history, the Town of Dyer has established itself as a progressive community that maintains a vision of the future wh ...

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Griffith

Griffith was officially incorporated 11 years later on Nov. 19, 1904. Residents faced the task of moving from agriculture to a more urban setting at the dawn of the 20th century. The fledgling town bo ...

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Hammond

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Hebron

The first settler to Hebron was Judge Jesse Johnson (1st Judge of the Porter County Probate Court. The area of Hebron was an open prairie interspersed with small groves of trees. The prairie was about ...

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Highland

We are a community located strategically in Northwest Indiana at the southern tip of Lake Michigan but our location doesn’t begin to tell our story. Highland offers the best of all worlds, acc ...

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Hobart

Hobart incorporated as a town in 1889 and reincorporated as a city in 1921. Hobart has continued to grow through the years and major annexations in Hobart Township to the north in 1988 and Ross Towns ...

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Lowell

The Town of Lowell was founded in 1852 by Melvin Halsted. He built a flour mill which was pivitol to the economy of South Lake County. Halsted named his new village Lowell because its milling indust ...

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Merrillville

Merrillville encompasses some 31 square miles that was once densely covered with forest. Its gently rolling topography lends itself easily to cultivation and the soil is fertile. The area is drained b ...

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Michigan City

As a member of the Michigan City community, there are a vast array of service offerings available to you, and even more you may not even know about. If you're looking for who to contact for what and w ...

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Munster

In it's over 100th year since incorporation, the Town of Munster boasts a wealth of cultural and public amenities enjoyed by its 24,000 residents. This community has grown gradually and totals approxi ...

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Schererville

Long before Indiana became a state, long before the founding of Schererville, people called this place the “Crossroads.” The name was appropriate. Several Indian trails intersected in the area and the ...

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St. John

Located 24 miles southeast of Chicago, St. John is filled with quiet neighborhoods, quality schools and churches. St. John is a well planned community. An extensive bicycle and pedestrian trail winds ...

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Valparaiso

The State of Indiana was known as Indian territory because it was a rendezvous point for many Indian tribes. The first pioneers ventured through this area about 1670. The first settler in the area was ...

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Winfield

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