With 33 years of experience in residential and commercial real estate throughout the north side of Indianapolis, Carmel, Zionsville and Westfield, Chuck brings an immense amount of expertise and energy to each client he serves. The foundation of his business centers on taking action to produce results. Chuck is full of focused energy, working for his clients in both buyer and seller representation, all with a unique understanding of marketing, construction, and design.

Chuck spent the first 21 years of his life living on the north side of Indianapolis, then 18 years living in Zionsville, and has now enjoyed living in Carmel for the last 17 years. His knowledge and understanding of neighborhoods, home design and decor, development, construction, and economics make his services second-to-none.

He has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications and Public Relations from Purdue University and currently serves on the Board for the Fuller Center for Housing of Central Indiana. Chuck volunteers at the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church Merciful Help Center; performs as a soloist and in the church choir at the Zionsville Presbyterian Church; and plays in an adult men’s baseball league full of former college and semi-pro players at Grand Park in Westfield. He can also be found in hot yoga classes at Carmel City Center. Chuck is the proud parent of two sons – Blake age 31 who lives in Los Angeles, CA working in the Film and TV Industry, and Clark age 29 who lives in Bradenton, FL working as an athletic trainer. Chuck says, “My sons have pretty awesome careers, working with some amazing people. I’m so proud of my boys for being kind, humble and hard-working. I’m just striving to be more like them!”

Hometown: Indianapolis
Months with Encore Sotheby’s: 6 months with Encore Sotheby’s, 34 total years in real estate and development
What makes a house a home to you? A house becomes a home when the senses come alive… feeling the love of family, seeing a crackling fire in the fireplace, the scent of your favorite candle, sounds of laughter with friends, and the taste of your favorite home-cooked meal.
#1 tip for a new homeowner: Only take on one project at a time!
Favorite thing to do or eat in Indianapolis: Late Harvest Kitchen. A fresh Shaved Brussel Sprout Salad, followed by the North African Vegetable Tagine.

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