Internationally-minded, yet with a laser-sharp focus on Carmel and Indianapolis’ ever-expanding luxury real estate market, Peter Pizarro is a native of Puerto Rico — and after residing in Indiana for over twenty years, a Hoosier at heart. He earned a business degree from The Ohio State University. Upon graduation, he was immediately commissioned in the US Air Force. He previously worked for 18 years as Vice President of International Division for American Greetings Corporation in which he traveled extensively throughout the world, conducting business in over thirty countries. He and his family have relocated 14 times over a 20 period, which provides him with unique insight into coping with dramatic moves. Since 2002, when he started his real estate career, he has garnered record-breaking success, creating seamless real estate experiences and earning a great deal of confidence from his clients. For the past 18 years, Mr. Pizarro has been brokering real estate in which he uses 30 plus years of sales and marketing to aggressively pursue his clients’ goals and achieve results. He is fluent in Spanish and enjoys sharing the nuances of his heritage.

Peter is a graduate of the Indiana Leadership Forum (ILF) and has served on the Board of Directors of the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library (IMCPL), Indiana Association of Realtors (IAR PAC), Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors (MIBOR PAC), Child Advocates (CASA) Indianapolis Chapter and the Fuller Center. He currently serves on the board of the Hosier Academy.

Peter is a resident of Carmel, where he shares his life with his wife, Cynthia, who often inspires him with her work and commitment to guiding their two children. He is an avid tennis player and enjoys traveling extensively with his family. The Pizarro family has attended College Park Church for the past 18 years.

Hometown: Bayamon, PR. I’ve lived in Carmel for the past 13 years.
Months with Sotheby’s: 2, since Jan 2021 (18 years in real estate)
What makes a house a home: Home is a refuge and a comfort zone. A home is a place to live with my family and dog, and to be enjoyed with friends. A home is a place to create memories and a way to build wealth. A home is a place where we can truly just be ourselves.
#1 tip for a new homeowner: Ensure your homestead exemptions are filed promptly and correctly.
Favorite thing to do or eat in Indianapolis: Sakura and workout at the Monon Center