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Custom Home Builder & Neighborhood Developer Goes Online

Asset Midwest LLC Neighborhood Home

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, May 6, 2003 — Asset Midwest, LLC, a leading Indianapolis area new home builder and developer, posted its new website online today as part of an integrated marketing and branding campaign that incorporates a variety of media, including print, Internet, signage and other targeted tactics.

According to Carol Tucker, Asset Midwest's Director of Sales and Marketing, "Our new website is another piece of our campaign to distinguish our properties, such as Brooks Park in Fishers and Saddlebrook at Shelborne in Carmel, as neighborhoods that blend the best of modern living with the environment and community. Because the home buying process is more and more becoming an online research and shopping experience, we felt we needed to better meet the needs of today's new home shoppers and buyers, whether they are looking for an existing house or a lot on which they will custom–build a new home."

The new Asset Midwest website features a comprehensive look at the new neighborhoods and communities currently in the sales phase of development. Site visitors can read about the history and vision of the developer, an important element in determining the ultimate quality of the final product.

In addition, new home shoppers visiting this website can access a large quantity of information when deciding what developments to visit, which is key if your time to find a new home or builder is limited. You can download a road map and easy–to–follow directions to each development, up–to–date lot maps and price sheets, lists of approved builders for undeveloped lots, along with plat restrictions (always a good thing to see as early as possible in the decision–making process). Also available are links to community–related web sites.

"We hope to use a little new technology to help us create more of the old-time feelings of community spirit that used to distinguish neighborhoods. Providing each homeowners association with a website that is controlled by the residents allows the new neighborhoods we create to quickly establish the lines of communications that used to be conversations over picket fences, which we just don't seem to have enough of these days," added Tucker.

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