About Chad Thompson
After Chad earned his Bachelor's Degree in Economics from Eastern Illinois University, he moved to the Midtown Indianapolis area where he and his wife still reside.
Real Estate Career
Chad started his career in Indianapolis working with a local real estate attorney. With this experience, he now helps his clients understand the contracts involved in a real estate transaction.
In 2009, during the middle of America's housing downturn, Chad decided to take his knowledge of real estate and apply it to helping people navigate the home buying and selling process.
Over the years Chad has expanded his license from Salesperson to Associate Broker, to Real Estate Broker. And now, with a Designated Broker license, Chad manages his own real estate company - Thompson Home Sales.
He regularly attends trainings, continuing education courses, and researches market trends. Chad's commitment to lifelong learning helps his clients stay ahead of the ever-changing real estate industry.
An Eye for Detail
At the start of 2012, Chad and his wife purchased a home in need of serious repairs. Doing most of the work themselves, they rebuilt and now call it home.
Being part of such an extensive remodel gives Chad a better perspective when working to get his client’s home sold. This knowledge also helps buyers when purchasing their home.
Giving Back to the Community
Chad enjoys volunteering in his local community. He currently serves on the Broad Ripple Village Association and the Meridian Kessler Neighborhood Board of Directors. Chad is the committee chair of the Broad Ripple Historic Home Tour.
Chad has been recognized by the following publications:
National Publication, Realtor Magazine.
"The Ripple Effect of Community Involvement"
Broad Ripple Village Association Newsletter.
Highlighting community involvement.
Angie's List-Contributed to article discussing home values in walk-able neighborhoods.
WIBC 93.1-Caregiver Crossing.-Special guest appearance discussing home safety.
Contact Chad today to help with all your real estate needs.