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Upsize? Downsize? Rightsize?

When you moved to SaddleBrooke did you think of that new home as being a part-time abode, downsizing residence or permanent home? Many start out with a smaller home because they are Winter Residents, a larger home because they are sure all their family and friends will come to visit, or a Villa because they

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Saddlebag Notes

Jo’s Tidbits: SaddleBrooke DIY Mudroom

A Safety Zone for Your Home   With the arrival of Covid-19, our lives are changing whether we want them to or not. Home entertaining is still not a viable option but, soon, if we continue to practice safe distancing and obey the CDC guidelines, our prior lifestyle will once again flourish.  In the meantime,

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Jo’s Tidbits: Thinking of Selling and Stuck at Home?

I know this has been tough times for all of us in SaddleBrooke and most of you are probably wondering when is it ever going to end?  When will life go back to “normal”? Instead of thinking on the downside, look to the bright side!  What a perfect time to do some Spring House Cleaning.

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Carrying On, Business Unusual

If you walk into an open house in the near future, you may notice a few changes: more hand sanitizer or shoeless feet, and possibly face masks, gloves and booties. You likely won’t find any refreshments, and while you’ll be welcomed, don’t expect a handshake. The practice of Real Estate closings has been temporarily altered

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Should Sellers Have an Inspection Before Marketing Their Home?

By Beth Fedor Seasoned home buyers and sellers know that when it comes to existing homes, most buyers will require multiple inspections before it’s a ‘done deal’.  However, many are not aware of the benefits offered in a home inspection to the buyer of new construction (see July article) or to the seller of an

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The 2019 Remodeled Home Tour

Over the past six months, the Home Tour Committee volunteers of SaddleBrooke Community Outreach have been at work; interviewing showcase home candidates, organizing volunteer docents, and working out the logistics of expanding one tour to two to serve the overwhelming demand. (Last year’s 300 tickets sold out in little over two hours!) The seven homeowners

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Spring Landscaping

How’s your landscape looking?   March is the perfect time of year to start trimming back the winter frazzled plants, uprooting those that didn’t make it through late frost and foraging ahead with the beauty of spring. Winter is hardest on Lantana, that beautiful low height shrub with hues of lavender, yellow and my favorite the

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