I love my job as a REALTOR, you never know what you will see or who you will meet. Today was a completely unique property and experience, I got to see and pet camels! These camels are pets so they are very friendly, even though I didn’t have cookies to give them.
If you drive in or around Zion Crossroads just east of Charlottesville VA you have had to deal with the construction for the last couple of months, well the good news is the project is almost finished!
VDOT has planned an open house to help the public understand what the new traffic pattern will be like since it is the first in the state. The open house will be on February the 5th from 4:30 – 7:30 at the Best Western in Zion Crossroads, to learn more click this link; http://goo.gl/xsXJ2H.
If you would like to see a simulation of what the intersection will look like click this link; http://goo.gl/NkV7pU.
Are you looking for an equestrian property that you can train, board or show from, than this is the property for you. 16 stalls, 150 x 200 arena, fenced and cross-fenced, run-ins, apartment and so much more.
Contact me for a tour or more information, Donna@DonnaSellsVirginia.com
File these six upgrades under wish fulfillment, not value investment.
Life is a balancing act, and upgrading your home is no different. Some upgrades, like a kitchen remodel or an additional bathroom, typically add value to your home. Others, like putting in a pool, provide little dollar return on your investment.
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While it’s tempting to simply enlist the help of a realtor, grab a folder full of listings, hop in the car and start looking at houses, purchasing a home for the first time is a process that requires a lot of planning, budgeting and number crunching. The fun part will be much more fun – and less risky – when you’ve done your homework.
Without a sound financial strategy in place first, you could set yourself up for disappointment or put yourself in a financial hole that may be difficult to escape. Here are three tips for first-time home buyers that can help prepare you for the biggest purchase of your life and live within your means.
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Budding up behind houses and on rooftops across the country is a blast from the past called the victory garden.
During WWII, victory gardens were promoted by the U.S. government to save fuel and other transportation costs so more supplies were available for the troops. Patriotic citizens were encouraged to live on locally-produced food.
Homeowners planted fruits and vegetables in their ‘victory gardens’ to feed their families and to exchange surpluses with neighbors. The effort was successful and many people remember with nostalgia the camaraderie of sharing in a common goal.
Today, many homeowners feel there is another war to be won – against high cost, lower quality foods — and they’re reviving the victory garden concept with a few modern twists.
So what’s driving the spade for victory gardens today?
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The Victory Garden | Live Green | Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate.