Thanks for a great year past and new one just ahead
Looking forward to a great NEW YEAR! I would like to thank all of my buying and selling clients for their business over the last year. It’s been nice getting to know all of you. I have learned a lot! There were some sticky situations that came up, but I feel fortunate for the education on the different types of sales and all that went into them. It will only help me to better serve my clients in the future. I look forward to completing my third year at GRI (Graduated Real
And the Winner Is ...
Tis’ the season for giving, and when you take a look at your life there is always someone who has it worse off than you. If you're in any position to give, you should. Whether you volunteer at the local food bank or homeless shelter, donate food, money or gifts to those in need or lend a helping hand. Even if you’re making a difference for one person it means the world to them. In the few weeks leading up to Christmas, busyness and chaos seems to be constant. It’s so easy t
Now's a Great Time to Invest in a Home
According to Zillow, “National home values still lag 6.8 percent below their pre-recession peak. While appreciation rose aggressively coming out of the recession – and it varies widely across the country – it has recently slowed to a more normal rate.” Zillow also reports that “housing inventory is still low, and the demand is driving the recent increase in home values.” So what does that mean for Montana? And specifically the Philipsburg, Drummond and Hall areas in particula
Catch the Holiday Spirit in Drummond, Philipsburg
With Christmas approaching, small towns all over Montana are getting into the holiday spirit with festive community events. The two events in our local Granite County area are Philipsburg’s Yule night and WINTERFEST in Drummond. WINTERFEST begins Wednesday night with something going on every day until Saturday. Christmas caroling will kick off things off Wednesday evening, with singers strolling the streets and performing at homes and businesses. Thursday night is the Chri
Deck the Halls and Your Home!
Realistically, the holiday season is the slowest time to sell your home, but it can have some advantages. Buyers shopping for homes during the holidays tend to be more serious about buying and competition is less aggressive with fewer homes being actively marketed. If you are up to the challenge, then show your home at its best. Don’t be a Scrooge! Break out your holiday spirit and deck the halls. Just don’t be too extravagant, that can turn buyers off. Here are some tips: