Evansville Real Estate

Living in Downtown Evansville - Ask The Expert

Southwestern Indiana's #1 Real Estate Agent Carol McClintock joins Channel 14 WFIE host Mike Blake on Midday with Mike's Ask the Expert Segment. Team McClintock Agent Mindy Word also joins Carol to showcase a few Downtown Evansville Condos and Homes.


Market Watch - January 2019

2018 was a great year in real estate! We're looking forward to 2019 being even better. Take a look at these local real estate market stats below. Let our team know how we can help you this year! 


Home Pricing Strategies with Carol McClintock on Midday with Mike

Southwestern Indiana's #1 Real Estate Agent Carol McClintock discusses home pricing strategies and the ins and outs of setting a price for your home with WFIE Channel 14 Midday with Mike host, Mike Blake. Watch as Carol provides tips on how to set a price for your home and why it's important to consider market factors and use a real estate agent!


5 New Year's Resolutions For Your Home

The Tri-State's #1 Real Estate Agent, Carol McClintock joins WFIE Channel 14's Midday with Mike host Mike Blake to discuss new year's resolutions for your home. Watch below and let us know if you have any other tips!


Biggest Fears of Homeownership - Ask The Expert - October 17, 2018

Real Estate Agent Carol McClintock sits down on WFIE Channel 14's Midday with Mike show to discuss the Biggest Fears of Homeownership. Carol is the Southwestern Indiana's #1 REALTOR and is regularly featured on the Ask The Expert segment as the real estate expert in the area. 


How to Make Your New Home Feel Like It's Yours

Thank you to our Guest Blogger, Michael Brennan from Bellhops Moving in Indianapolis. Read on for some great tips on 'How to Make Your New Home Feel Like It's Yours.'

Congratulations! With the help of Team McClintock, you've found your perfect home in Indiana, and you're ready to move in. Of course, as wonderful as your home might be, it's worth noting that there are a few things you'll need to do before you can fully settle in and start enjoying the space. After all, enjoying a new home is all about making the property your own.

This means removing certain reminders that let you know that someone else lived there before you. Anything from leftover paint, to lingering smells, need to be gone before you transfer your belongings into your home with the help of our friends at Bellhops Moving Indianapolis so you can have your well-deserved fresh start.

1.     Start Before you Move In

Moving etiquette generally suggests that most previous owners will do some work on your home for you before you're scheduled to move in. This might mean that they scrub the surfaces, clean the floors, and make sure that everything smells fresh. However, you'll still need to do a little extra work to rid of everything they may have left behind. Wipe away all the excess dust you can see, and scrub everything before you start using it. If it helps, you can even contact a maid service to do the hard work for you.

Cleaning before you move into the new home will ensure that you have a fresh canvas when you start moving your belongings into their new spaces.

2.     Paint...

Ask The Expert Segment - September 13, 2018

Southwest Indiana's #1 Realtor Carol McClintock joins Mike Blake with Midday with Mike during the Ask The Expert Real Estate segment. Carol offers ideas for Cheap Weekend Projects to Boost Home Value. 


7 Tips and Tricks to Keep Your Home Cleaner Longer

Use humidity, a car product, and more wow ideas to save cleaning time. When cleaning your home, why not do it in such a way that’ll keep your home cleaner with less effort?

Here are 7 ways to keep your spring-clean fresh all year long:

#1 Use Humidity to Defy Dust

Low humidity levels cause static electricity. Not only does static attract dust, it makes it stick, so it’s difficult to remove. High humidity causes problems, too — it’s an ideal environment for dust mites. These microscopic critters are a double threat: They’re a common allergen, and they contribute to dust production. There are as many as 19,000 dust mites in half a teaspoon of house dust, according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology. Yuck!

What to do: Keep your home’s humidity level between 40% and 50%. That’ll eliminate static while decreasing dust mite growth. 

Tip: About 80% of dirt in homes walks in from the outside. Stop dirt with a bristly doormat before it’s tracked inside.

#2 Apply a Car Product to Keep Shower Doors Scum-Free

You can eliminate soap scum build-up by coating your glass shower doors with a rain-repellent product made for car windshields. When applied to glass, products like these create an invisible barrier that causes water, oils, and debris (like soap suds) to bead and roll off.

What to do: Find this product anywhere that sells basic auto supplies. You’ll know it’s time to reapply when water stops beading on shower doors. Keep in mind,...

July Open House Visa Gift Card Winner

Congrats to Alexis Jackson, July's Team McClintock Open House drawing winner is pictured here with agents Carol McClintock and Kelsey Simmons. Alexis registered at a Team McClintock Open House and was awarded a $100 Visa gift card! Thanks for visiting one of our listings! 


Ask The Expert - August 14, 2018

Southwestern Indiana's #1 Real Estate Agent Carol McClintock stops by WFIE Channel 14 News Show, Midday with Mike to discuss the current trends in the local real estate market and how to prepare your home to sell it this fall. 


Market Watch - August 2018

Pricing a home correctly makes all the difference when selling your home. Take a look at the stats below from our local summer real estate market and don't hesitate to give our team a call if we can help you with any of your real estate needs!


Team McClintock Back to School Party at GattiTown 2018

Our Team McClintock Back to School Party at Gattitown was a complete success! Thank you to our wonderful clients for attending. We love seeing all of your school aged kiddos, playing games and enjoying pizz.! We hope each and everyone of you have the best school year yet.


Back to School 2018

We hope everyone has a great day back to school!