Featured Agent | Mike Johnson

Mike Johnson is a lifelong resident of Indianapolis and Carmel.  Following graduation from Butler University, Mike excelled in sales, marketing and management in the apparel industry for 20 years as a sales representative for Ellesse and Prince, and, a regional sales manager for Cutter & Buck.  Mike’s love of architecture and design led him to the real estate industry 21 years ago.  His diverse experience has helped Mike build a successful career in real estate, achieving sales in excess of $130 million.

When buying or selling your single most valuable asset, it’s important to choose the right agent to guide you through the process.  That’s why hundreds of buyers and sellers have entrusted Mike with their real estate needs.  Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a property in suburban communities like Avon, Carmel, Geist and Zionsville; midtown neighborhoods like Broad Ripple, Meridian Kessler, Meridian Hills and Williams Creek; or, downtown neighborhoods like Lockerbie and The Old North Side, Mike knows the market.  Decades of experience, keen understanding of the market, focused marketing and personal service separates Mike from other agents.

Mike resides in Indianapolis in a lovingly renovated historic home. In his spare time you’ll find him playing tennis, practicing yoga or at Hubbard and Cravens enjoying a cup of coffee and conversation.

Hometown: Indianapolis and Carmel. I graduated from Carmel H.S. and Butler University
Years with Encore Sotheby’s: First year with Sotheby’s, 22nd year in real estate. I decided to move to Sotheby’s because I believe I’ll be able to provide my clients with a higher level of service. The brand provides me an opportunity to market properties in a unique, more interesting manner, which in the end helps promote a property more effectively.
What makes a house a home to you? I believe a house becomes a home through the personal style of a homeowner, which is reflected in everything from the architecture of the home, to the interior furnishings and the landscape of the property.
#1 tip for a new homeowner: Create a home that reflects your individual personality, style and life experiences.
Favorite thing to do or eat in Indianapolis: Indianapolis is home to Drum Corps International. I started playing drums at the age of 5, so anything having to do with music is always high on my list of things to do. I saw my first DCI competition at a very young age as was immediately hooked. The DCI world championships are held at Lucas Oil Stadium in August.  If you’ve never seen a DCI competition… GO! It’s an incredible musical experience you won’t forget.

2601 West 42nd Street (SOLD)
2601 West 42nd Street (SOLD)
2601 West 42nd Street (SOLD)

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