Show Your Home Love

As Valentines Day approaches we turn to flowers, chocolate, and extending gestures of love to those around us. It’s also an opportunity to show our home some love and improve our living space. A little work can go a long way in creating a relaxing home. Plant a Rose Garden A bouquet is nice, but…

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10 Holiday Home Hacks to Help You Survive Christmas

Thanksgiving is over and now it’s time to ready your home for Christmas.  Here are some quick tips I found on quickanddirtytips.com Hope this makes things a little more manageable.  Enjoy!  How to Clean Christmas Wreaths To freshen up an old wreath, clean it by using salt. Go outside with a large paper grocery bag and half…

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Water Conservation For Your Home

If you’re looking to put your home one the real estate market, these may be some great things to think about updating beforehand. I know you are all tired of hearing about the drought.  But the fact is, it is a reality and we do need to deal with it so that we can stretch…

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Summer Injuries

We have a 2 year old toddler in our house now, something we haven’t had for over 24 years. I thought we were pretty aware of possible mishaps, not so I found out recently. By himself he had jumped onto a “wiggle” car and headed down a steep driveway. Others were in hot pursuit to…

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Gratitude

With Thanksgiving coming up this month and with all the problems we are facing right now, I thought it would be good to write a few words about gratitude. I found some very encouraging words in Psychology Today about gratitude. Gratitude is the expression of appreciation for what one has. It is a recognition of…

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Celebrating Halloween in 2020

Safely Celebrating 2020 has been a crazy year, this phrase sounds like a broken record. Despite quarantines and regulations, people have found creative ways to stay safe and have fun. We’ve researched some safe Halloween events here in Davis County, as well as safe ways to celebrate at home. Whatever your circumstances may be, we…

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Preparing Your Home for Real Estate Photography

In recent years, having your home professionally photographed before putting it on the market has become essential. Especially now during a pandemic. Prospective buyers first impression of a home will often be based off the pictures provided. If the pictures properly showcase a home, people are going to want to visit the home, and potentially…

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May Gardening

If you all are feeling like I’m feeling, I think we’ve had enough quarantine.  I love my home but 24/7 is giving me a little cabin fever.  But since we are not out of the woods yet as far as the Covid-19 virus is concerned, I thought maybe some May gardening tips would be a…

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We’re Still Here!

The past few weeks have been filled with uncertainty. We want you to know that we are still here and ready to assist you the best that we can. We understand that even with these unprecedented times, people still need to buy and sell their homes.  With that said, we are doing our best to…

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Tips for Becoming a Homeowner

Interest rates are falling again and those who have been thinking about buying a home are beginning to think that it is more obtainable then ever before and they are right. As they begin to investigate the feasibility of purchasing a home these steps and tips may be useful. Steps to Becoming a Homeowner Buying…

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