South Bend, Mishawaka, Granger.

We are helping our communities, our industry and advocating for homeownership.

South Bend Area REALTORS® Is

The Local Voice of Real Estate. 

The purchase of a home is one of the most significant decisions and transactions of a person’s life. Experienced professional assistance from a REALTOR® ensures a trustworthy and confident negotiation and agreement.

South Bend Area REALTORS® promote professionalism in our industry, we advocate for homeownership and we celebrate our communities.


We don’t just work in the South Bend area, we live here too. That’s why we’re actively involved with our communities. South Bend Area REALTORS® are engaged in volunteering and supporting several non-profit organizations and community events.


Home ownership shouldn’t be a pipe dream. We seek opportunities to make homeownership more attainable by engaging local and state governments and advocating for supportive legislation.


REALTORS® already have a high degree of industry knowledge, training, and skill. We take the next step – holding ourselves to a high standard of professionalism and a strict code of ethics to properly serve our clients.

Members of South Bend Area REALTORS® have access to education and services that successfully enhance individual business interest. As a group, we take collective action to support and encourage the preservation of the right to privately own, select, use, enjoy and transfer real estate property.

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Did you know that February is also "Dryer Vent Safety Month"??

Fires associated with clothes dryers account for more then $225 million in damages and over 400 deaths/injuries.
These are the top 5 hazards and what you can do to lower your risk!
1. Lint- it is extremely flammable and clearing your vent pipe will reduce that excessive build up
2. No vinyl vent piping- make sure all of your vent piping is aluminum. Vinyl is flammable as well and should never be used
3. Damaged vents- these can trap more lint, create inadequate ventilation and become a major fire hazard. Duct length to exterior should never exceed 35' and every 90 degree turn, shortens that distance by 5'
4. Interior vents are not vents. The moisture build up can cause mold and other problems, be sure to reroute your vents to outside
5. Say no to screens- your external vent should contain a flap so that lint and debris may actually leave the system instead of becoming trapped by a screen and catching fire.

Are you staying on top of clearing these hazard zones? Are your clients?
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🎬Here's a little behind-the-scenes clip from our time with @abc57news 's Tiffany Salameh a few weeks back.

Her story all about the real estate boom in our area despite the pandemic will air TONIGHT @10pm on channel 57.

Be sure to tune in! 👀
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