- 4929 East 96th
Indianapolis, IN 46240
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Greg Hallas brings more than 20 years of sales and management experience to his Real Estate career. Greg attended Indiana University where he studied Communications.
Greg’s prior experience with project management is an asset to his clients. He is excellent at juggling multiple priorities to provide smooth real estate transactions, as well as keeping his clients informed along the way. Greg’s direct, yet consultative nature, ensures his clients know important details during the process.
When Greg is enjoying a little downtime, he loves spending time with his family. Greg, his wife Kristin, and his two beautiful children reside in Carmel, IN. When not with his family, you’ll probably catch him on the golf course. Greg is an avid sports fan. He loves to watch and participate in almost any sporting event.
Indianapolis, the Circle City, is the twelfth largest city in the country and is an ever-growing major metropolitan area. Expansion and revitalization ...
Northeast of Indianapolis, the city of Fishers is a growing suburb poised for even more development in the near future. Downtown Fishers, home to local ...
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Noblesville, Indiana is 21 miles northeast of Indianapolis in the heart of Hamilton County. A combination of historic architecture, a quaint downtown area, ...
Greenwood, Indiana is twelve miles south of downtown Indianapolis, Greenwood combines small town charm with big city excitement. Greenwood residents need ...
Westfield, Indiana is twenty miles north of Indianapolis, Westfield is an established city that is still growing as it expands. Recent annexations coupled ...
Zionsville, Indiana is eight miles northwest of Indianapolis, Zionsville combines a downtown village atmosphere with sprawling suburban neighborhoods. ...
Avon, Indiana lies just five miles west of downtown Indianapolis in Hendricks County. Accessible from three major interstates, Highways 70, 65, and 74, ...
Geist refers to the area surrounding Geist Lake, one of Indianapolis’ three reservoirs. Geist is a popular destination for family fun in the summer, ...
Brownsburg, Indiana is just 16 miles northwest of Indianapolis, the city of Brownsburg has been expanding exponentially over the past 20 years. Boasting ...
Broad Ripple, Indiana is just six miles north of downtown Indianapolis, Broad Ripple is an eclectic mix of residential neighborhoods, nightlife, shops ...
The Village of West Clay is a town in and of itself. A rather beautiful one at that. The Village offers lovely streetscapes, charming shops, and historically ...
With its large lots, newer homes, numerous community amenities and prime location, the Cobblestone Lakes neighborhood is one of the most sought-after in ...
With its newer homes and prime location on the Zionsville Rail Trail, the Spring Knoll and Preserve at Spring Knoll neighborhoods are some of the most ...
Intracoastal at Geist is a wonderful neighborhood filled with down to earth and friendly people. Located just far enough out of the hustle and bustle ...
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WHAT MY CLIENTS HAD TO SAY
"I met Greg playing golf and and have become friends sense. Greg sold my Condo in D Town Indy at full ask, within one week. And, he didnt even put it on the market. I will defiently use him for our Zionsville home when ready and refer when possible." Randy Judd
"Greg sold our home in Carmel, July 2017. Greg was very helpful and knowlegable during the entire process. We were moving to AZ, so we needed the best possible price and to sell in a timely manner. Greg did just that for us. He also assited with moving companies and a Realtor in AZ. Great, all around service!" Pete and Mary Rademyer
"Greg was a pleasure to work with. Sold my home in 30 days and would certainly use him again." Tom McQuire