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5 Reasons To Be Thankful If You Are A First Time Home Buyer

Tax breaks for first time home buyers are the perfect gift to save money this holiday season!
Posted by Marissa McCormick on December 10, 2018 in  Buyers  first time home buyer
Buying a house is something many Americans dream of their whole lives.  It is a real accomplishment to own your own home and many feel a sense of pride when receiving their first set of keys.  If you are a first-time home buyer keys are not the only thing you will be receiving.  There are certain tax breaks you can take advantage of if this is your first time owning a home.  This can be immensely helpful when you consider all the money and planning that goes into buying a new home including savi... read more
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Neighbor’s Holiday Lights and Noise Ruining Your Silent Night?

How to Deal with your *Overly* Festive Neighbors
Posted by Erin Wood on December 07, 2018 in  Holiday  Home Decor  Outdoor
Bah Humbug Alert! It’s officially the holiday season and we hope you’re enjoying every merry minute of it! During this time of year, seasonal decorations start popping up on every rooftop and lawn in sight. And while we hate to sound like a real Scrooge, we know that occasionally homeowners go a little too over the top on all things merry and bright. So, what exactly do you do when a neighbor keeps you up at night with bright lights and loud holiday music? If you have the misfortune of living next to a ... read more
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Who Turned on the Lights?

The Surprising History of Christmas Lights, Untangled.
Posted by Amanda Martin on December 05, 2018 in  History  Holiday
It’s December and the signs of the season are upon us with holiday décor and snow covering pretty much everything. One of the most popular things to see around this time is Christmas lights, both inside the house and out. Almost everyone is familiar with the bright glow emanating from many a home strung up in lights. What may be less familiar to folks though is the story behind this tradition. When you stop to think about it, it is an odd thing to do, so why do we put up lights? It all started with the... read more
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Using Holiday Decorations to Sell Your Home

Deck the halls and sell your home before the new year!
Posted by Erin Wood on November 27, 2018 in  Design  Expert Opinion  Holiday  Home Decor  Lifestyle  Sellers
If your home is for sale or you’re ready to list, you’re most likely familiar with the basic principals of home staging. But when it comes to listing your home during the holiday season, it’s not always so simple. Unless you’re a total Scrooge, you’ve probably been tempted to pull out your holiday decorations and deck the halls, but will personalizing your home in this way REALLY lessen your home’s chances of selling? You’re in luck! Decorating your home for the holidays d... read more
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Winter Activities Guide : December

Your Go-To Guide for Local Fun and Entertainment
Posted by Erin Wood on November 21, 2018 in No Category
Virginia Kettering's Holiday Train DisplayRead More Rikes Wonderland WindowsRead MoreChristmas at Fulton FarmsRead MoreThe Dayton Visual Arts Center Holiday Gift GalleryRead MoreRiverscape Ice Skating Read MoreA Carillon ChristmasRead MoreClifton Mill Christmas lights 2018Read MoreThe Gift of lights at the Christmas Ranch Read MoreHoliday Lights at Sharon WoodsRead MoreLight Up MiddletownRead MoreWhispering Christmas Read MoreLM&M Railroad North Pole Express Train RideRead MoreWoodland ... read more
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