Ladies..take advantage of this deer hunting weekend to jump start your holiday shopping!
I don’t know about you, but when it comes to shopping you gotta leave the hubby home or out in his deer stand. This weekend is a great opportunity to check out what our creative local retailers have to offer.
Holiday Open House
Date: November 6, 2011
Time: 11:00 AM – 04:00 PM
The official kick-off to the Holiday shopping season in Little Falls, the Holiday Open House is sponsored by the Little Falls Business Association. The local businesses will be showcasing their unique gift ideas and seasonal apparel.
Many merchants will be serving beverages and treats.
Shop early and shop often in Little Falls!
The winter months are quickly approaching, and I’m hoping that you’ll have a warm, cozy season in your home! In fact, I’m including with this message some quick tips for making sure that you and your home are ready for the winter months ahead! I hope that you find these tips to be helpful and useful.
FIVE QUICK TIPS TO GET YOUR HOME READY FOR WINTER
Roof repairs: If you can safely get onto your roof to inspect for missing shingles or other factors that may lead to a leaky roof, now’s the time to do it! If not, call in a professional organization and have them take care of the rooftop work for you.
Seal it off: Inspect doors and windows to ensure that the weather-stripping is in good condition. This will keep your house warmer and cozier in the winter months.
Hot stuff: Make sure that your heater and ventilation systems are in good working order! Clean out accessible ducts and replace filters where necessary.
Chimney sweep: Creosote, a black substance that builds up in the chimney when wood is burned, can cause chimney fires. Inspect your chimney for creosote and call a chimney sweep to keep your fireplace safe and functional.
Gutter check: Now’s the time to clean out those rain gutters again! If you want to do it yourself, make sure that you can safely access the gutters and then scoop out any debris, blast the drains clean with a high-powered hose, and repair any leaks you may find along the way.
1. a supportive system of sharing information and services among individuals and groups having a common interest: Example: Working mothers in the community may use networking to help themselves manage successfully.
My version of the meaning of networking would expand just a bit further, possibly in the format of a recipe…
Networking a’ la mode
Add the following:
- Bushels of common interests
- Gallons of new friendships
- Pounds of sharing
- Quarts of new ideas (As many as you want)
- A few bottles of wine
Wrap the above in a support system, mix with good conversation and top with laughter
*NOTE: This recipe goes a long way, feeds many, and after consumption, you will feel… full filled!
A meeting at which a sale of a property is finalized by the buyer signing the mortgage documents and paying closing costs. Also called “settlement.” At this meeting, ownership of
the property is transferred from the seller to the buyer.
Minnesota’s State Parks are offering free admission on Saturday, June 11, 2011 to celebrate National Get Outdoors Day. All 74 State Parks, including Charles Lindbergh and Crow Wing State Park will waive the requirement for vehicle permits for Saturday. So, take a hike, go fishing, kayaking, just enjoy the great outdoors!
Despite the gloom and doom about the housing market stated on most of the major network news, now IS a good time to buy a house.
Why? Low, low interest rates, a historic glut of homes, rising rental prices, the number of new households per year, a decline in home building – all these factors contribute to a very healthy buyers market.
And when you’re ready to start looking, be represented, give me a call at 320.232.7053.
stentorian \sten-TOR-ee-uhn\, adjective:
The house sold for less money than the seller expected because it was located near an airport and when the planes took off the noise was so stentorian there was limited demand for the property.