Clients first

I would never have imagined that thirty years after I sold my first home that I would still be enjoying it today.  It certainly has been a rewarding career and I am so very thankful to you my customers and clients.  I always believed that if money or success became more important than people that it would be time for me to make a change. I’m very happy to say that is not the case and if you are looking for a real estate professional I would like the opportunity to discuss being your agent.

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Ways to observe Memorial Day — The59Club

Memorial Day is a National holiday celebrated on the last Monday of May each year. This is a day to commemorate those who died during service in the military. Some ideas for ways to celebrate and get more information are: Attend a ceremony at a National Cemetery Listings of National Cemeteries and ceremony information https://www.cem.va.gov/cem/ceremony/2018_Memorial_Day.asp %5B…%5D

via Ways to observe Memorial Day — The59Club

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Brighten things up on moving day

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Since the phasing out of less efficient light bulbs in 2012 more than just the bulbs have changed.

Lightbulbs are removable but sellers in the past looked at them like a “giveaway”.  Today, it is not unusual for sellers to take the bulbs because of the cost and years of use remaining on them.

To save extra work and time during the busy move a buyer can make a list of bulbs and lumens they use during an inspection period.  Or, to avoid complication be specific when negotiating with a seller the items that remain with the home.

You may also need a cheat sheet when shopping for bulbs if you are used to measuring the brightness by wattage.

Here is a link to help with wattage to lumens: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0164-shopping-light-bulbs

As for the high upfront cost, it should even out with the energy saved.

Happy home buying 🙂

Hurricane Prepardness — EffinghamMoves

Hurricane season officially starts in the Atlantic on June 1, 2018, and May 15, 2018, in the eastern Pacific. Hurricane Matthew barreled through the Carribean and up the Florida, Georgia and South Carolina coast. I followed the evacuation order and moved inland approximately 45 miles. Feeling comfortable with my decision I was totally taken off […]

via Hurricane Preparedness — EffinghamMoves

I do believe​ in fairy’s — The59Club

Writing today as a mother of five I’ll share some of my parenting tips, passed on from my Grandma and Mom. A core belief I have as a Mom is to offer all the love I could and practice patience at all times. I always stayed in reality and expected at times there would be shenanigans […]

via I do believe​ in fairy’s — The59Club

Nothing says “welcome” like a pink house

Four different shades and they all look great….Make a splash with color

Enjoy…:)

Florida beach visitors and owners

Ever enjoy that cozy little beach spot behind a hotel you’re not staying at? That might be a thing of the past under a new Florida law… 16 more words

via New law makes it easier for Florida property owners to kick people off the beach — Orlando Weekly

Before we were modern

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Colonial and pioneer villages are always a hot spot spot for tourists.  With all the modern conveniences in our homes today, somewhere in our being we all yearn for a simpler life.

 

Those folks look very happy to me……..

 

And after a fresh chicken dinner, relaxing on this porch says “Sold” to me!!!!!

You can visit the home Isaac Edmond Highsmith home and farm at:

https://the59club.blog/2018/03/10/okeefenokee-swamp-natures-treasure-chest/