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How to Start Volunteering in the Local Community

World Humanitarian Day is August 19, and it’s a day the United Nations dedicates to celebrating all humanitarian workers around the world who have put their lives in danger – and even lost their lives – fighting for humanitarian causes.

5 Fun Tips to Stick with a Workout Routine

If you have never really gotten into working out – or you’ve just never been able to be consistent and stick with it – you aren’t alone. You’ve read all about the benefits of working out, and all the tips

Back to School: Get Your Kids Ready for the Transition

With back to school season fast approaching, it’s time to start getting the kids ready to transition back to the school mindset. For most kids, this means getting up early, eating breakfast, less TV or video game time and maybe

Episode 2: Historic Rehab (Part 1)

In this episode, one of our customers takes on a historic mutli-use building as his primary home with the added benefit of rental income. Did we mention he’s a first time home buyer? Zoning allows the multi-usage and we discuss

Houseplants Can Brighten Your Home

Houseplants are extremely popular. From the rise in social media posts, Instagram accounts and blogs on the topic, you could even think they are growing in popularity. There are many different types of houseplants, which vary in care, light and

Top Beach Games for Lazy Summer Afternoons

Whether the beach you spend your summers at is at the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean or some river or lake in between, it can be a great way to laze away an afternoon. Especially when the weather is warm

Florida Hikes for All Levels

Are you a hiker? Or do you want to try something new this summer? No matter your reasons, getting out and hiking is great for your physical and mental health. It’s a good workout, it’s in the fresh air and

5 National Parks You May Not Have Heard Of

National Parks are a popular summer vacation destination for many families. They offer the chance to explore nation and see incredible sights, like the Grand Canyon or the Rocky Mountains. They also encourage a little more family time without screens

Episode 1: The ‘Poop’ House (Part 1)

In this episode, we bought a house and you’ll see why we call it the ‘poop’ house! As agents we feel we have a responsibility to present all options, offers and possibilities. In this case the seller needed to close

Top Road Trip Games for the Whole Family

As you head out on summer vacation, it’s time to spend with friends and family. As you drive along to visit the grandparents or see the sights, take some time to plan games and activities to keep the kiddos occupied

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