RESOURCE is pleased to announce Kevin Hudson as the real estate firm’s new President! Hudson holds 15 years of real estate experience, most recently being Regional Vice President of Sales at Century 21 Scheetz.

As RESOURCE steps into 2020, Hudson will utilize his skills as a persuasive communicator and influencer to coach and lead RESOURCE brokers in professional growth. Kevin will also lead RESOURCE Commercial Real Estate services, oversee staff, operations, HR, training, broker production, recruiting, budgeting, business planning, marketing, communications and business development. He will have bottom line responsibility for overall company operations and financial performance. A Purdue University alumnus, Hudson has been featured on Fox News and in Indy Real Producers Magazine. He delivered the State of Real Estate Address at the 2017 Indianapolis Board of Realtors Annual Meeting.

“We are eager to have Kevin join our team. He will immediately take over company leadership duties. His prior experience will serve him well in this new role. We also thank Tim Monger for his excellent service as interim President, as he returns to his role as Senior VP, RESOURCE Incentives and Location Advisors,” said Sam Smith, Chairman.

Commercial real estate is never really what comes to mind when people first think about real estate. Most people I talk to jump to the idea of a big house and rarely ever consider the open lot, or the strip center downtown. Ultimately, commercial real estate is a highly underrated industry, making it the cornucopia for the business-minded. It is basically a wild west, untamed and full of potential, especially for younger generations.

There is a proliferation of information available for free on the internet. Whether you are buying a refrigerator or a house it is possible to learn a lot about pricing while you are still in your pajamas. Zillow is fast becoming one of the first stops for buyers and sellers of homes.

I am pleased to present the 2018 RESOURCE Semi-Annual Market Report, prepared by our outstanding research and marketing teams. Our annual report provides insight into the commercial real estate activity in the Central Indiana market.

This comprehensive tax bill has a variety of components that a ect both the single-family and commercial/multifamily industries. The bill preserves the ability to deduct up to $10,000 in property taxes and also preserves the mortgage interest deduction for both rst and second homes (though the cap on deductibility was lowered to $750,000).

From “Gettin’ in the Zone Hats” to weekly trainings, RESOURCE is honored to announce it is one of the 125 Best Places to Work in Indiana!