Friday, December 19, 2014

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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Dec. 2014 News letter

RealtyRave Newsletter
David Burke
Tel: 760-250-2570
December 2014
Hi David
Welcome to this month's edition of the RealtyRave newsletter. We hope that you find it filled with interesting and useful information!

Please think of me with any real estate related questions you may have - now and in the future. It would be my pleasure to be of assistance to you.
The single highest and best compliment a Real Estate Professional can receive is a referral to friends, family or colleagues. As appropriate, please feel free to forward this Newsletter and/or my contact information. Thank you!


David Burke

HEALTH & SAFETY
5 simple steps for protecting your home during the holidays

(BPT) - When you think of the holidays, celebrations, presents and friends likely come to mind - not crime. Unfortunately, burglaries increase at this time of year, and your home could be a target. With a few simple safety precautions, you can protect your property, your family and your valuables now and well into the new year.

"Taking steps to protect your home during the holidays isn't radically different from what most people should be doing the rest of the year," says Thomas Leman, a retired 27-year veteran of the police force and criminal justice professor at Argosy University Online. "The problem is that most people get lured into a false sense of security and tend to let their guard down, thinking that crime won't happen to them."
Take precautions today to protect your home and deter criminals. Consider these five simple steps:

Step 1: Decorate with care
When it comes to holiday decorations, modesty is definitely the best policy, says Leman. "While you may love the look of a Christmas tree in your front window, expensive decorations on display can be a signal that there are valuables inside your home worth a criminal's time. Gifts under the tree are the most blatant of these displays and are a welcome invitation for thieves." Leaving gifts tucked away until the last possible minute is a quick and easy safety precaution. If you must display presents, make sure they are out of sight from any windows or doorways.

Step 2: Lock it up
Whether you are home, running errands or away on vacation, take care to close and lock all doors and windows. Remember to set alarms, too. "Given that most people have extra valuables and gifts in their homes during this time, it's a good idea to practice home safety whether you're there or not," says Leman. Leman adds that a simple dowel placed in a sliding glass door or window can be an inexpensive way to secure vulnerable entrance points. "Alarms or closed circuit video surveillance systems are a great and inexpensive way to protect your home," he adds.

Step 3: Light the night
A well-lit and well-groomed home provides an important measure of safety. "The better the lighting in your home and yard, the fewer places there are for criminals to lurk," says Leman. USAA, a leading provider of banking, insurance and investment services to the military community, recommends the 3 foot/6 foot rule: trim branches to 6 feet off the ground and shrubs down to 3 feet to minimize hiding places for burglars.

Step 4: Dispose smartly
It’s best not to alert strangers to the new 70-inch flat screen in your home by leaving the box on the curb for refuse pickup. "When it comes to big-ticket items and valuables, boxes on the curb can be an advertisement for the new valuables in your home," cautions Leman. "Take the time to break down boxes and recycle them or put them on the curb over time and inconspicuously," he says.

Step 5: Be a tricky traveler
Be proactive about home safety if you have holiday travel plans. Never let mail or newspapers pile up at your home, as it is an instant indicator you are not there. Have a neighbor collect mail and newspapers or have your service stopped by calling the post office and newspaper provider. "Set your lights and television on timers," suggests Leman, who also advises homeowners to have a neighbor park their car in your driveway intermittently to keep up the appearance that someone is coming and going.

HELPFUL HINTS
6 timely tips to keep kids safe this holiday season
(BPT) - The holiday season is upon us, and as you prepare to enjoy all the wonderful things associated with this time of year, don’t forget to keep child safety top of mind so the entire family has a jolly holiday.
* Prepare for potential holiday hazards. With the excitement the holiday season brings, close supervision of children shouldn’t be overlooked. Experts at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia recommend keeping loose button batteries often found in children’s toys and singing greeting cards out of reach, as they are dangerous when swallowed. Keep holiday guests’ medication out of reach of young children and remember grandma’s purse can be a dangerous place if a pill minder or medications are left inside. Though often not poisonous, winter plants and berries - including dried arrangements - present a choking hazard. The Poison Control Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia warns that decorations and ornaments also pose a choking hazard and can cause injury if broken or chewed.
* Simplify the stress. The holidays can be a joyful but stressful time. Establish limits that will prevent financial burdens on your family. Schedule some daily quiet time for yourself to help decrease blood pressure and improve blood circulation. With all the hustle and bustle of the season, prioritize what’s most important and keep things simple. Lean on the support of friends and family if feelings of stress or depression become overwhelming.
* Beware of string lighting. Medical staff at Janeway Children’s Health and Rehabilitation Center remind you to avoid placing strings of lights near beds, cribs or on the interior of bedrooms as these can pose strangulation hazards if they become dislodged. To avoid injuries, check the bulbs periodically to make sure that none are broken.
* Limit over-eating at holiday parties. It’s a fun time of year full of socializing, holiday goodness and lots of food. To avoid over-eating at holiday dinners, start with bowls of nuts or raw vegetables with dip. You’ll feel better if you fill up on healthy options. Chewing slowly allows your brain to register when you are full. Whenever possible, make the healthier food choice, but give yourself permission to enjoy seasonal foods in moderation.
* Prepare and thaw holiday favorites correctly. Food safety is imperative when making your holiday specialties. Thaw and prepare food according to packaging instructions. For more information, call the Food Safety Hotline:(800) 535-4555 or visit FDA.gov for holiday food safety advice.
* Prepare before you head to grandma's. When readying for car trips to visit relatives, make sure that windshield deicers and antifreeze are being used according to directions. When securing kids in a car seat, remove heavy snowsuits or extra-bulky coats. Instead, keep a blanket nearby to tuck them in with after they’re properly secured in the car seat harness.

RECIPE OF THE MONTH
Garlic Prime Rib


Ingredients:

Original recipe makes 1 - 10 pound roast
  • 1 (10 pound) prime rib roast
  • 10 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 2 teaspoons ground black pepper
  • 2 teaspoons dried thyme
     
Directions:
  1. Place the roast in a roasting pan with the fatty side up. In a small bowl, mix together the garlic, olive oil, salt, pepper and thyme. Spread the mixture over the fatty layer of the roast, and let the roast sit out until it is at room temperature, no longer than 1 our.
  2. Preheat the oven to 500 degrees F (260 degrees C).
  3. Bake the roast for 20 minutes in the preheated oven, then reduce the temperature to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C), and continue roasting for an additional 60 to 75 minutes. The internal temperature of the roast should be at 135 degrees F (57 degrees C) for medium rare.
  4. Allow the roast to rest for 10 or 15 minutes before carving so the meat can retain its juices.
 

 
 
 
 
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Household Tips
 
Mahogany Repair
To cover scratches in mahogany, cover the mark with iodine and then furniture polish.
 
Scratched Ebony
Scratches on ebony can be covered with black liquid shoe polish or black eyebrow pencil.
 
Rubber Bumpers
To prevent marks on walls by furniture that has been pushed against it, buy a set of small rubber bumpers at a hardware store. They usually have small nails attached to them. Tack one on the back of each piece of furniture.
 
Great Furniture Polish
Mix together and shake well one-third cup of each: boiled linseed oil (do not try to boil your own--buy it at a hardware store), turpentine and vinegar. Apply to furniture with a soft cloth and wipe it dry. Then wipe with another soft cloth.
 
Furniture Polish Remover
One-quarter cup of vinegar with one half cup of water may be rubbed with a soft cloth into furniture to remove polish build-up, Dip the cloth in the solution, wring out, wipe, and dry with another cloth.
 
White Water Rings
To remove white rings left on furniture by water, rub the spot with petroleum jelly, let it stand 24 hours, and rub into the wood. Wipe off excess and polish as usual.
 
Alcohol Stains on Furniture
Remove alcohol stains on furniture with olive oil and dry with soft cloth
 
Grease Stains on Furniture
Absorb grease on furniture by pouring salt on the spill immediately.
 
Crack-less Leather
Polish leather with a paste made from one part vinegar and two parts linseed oil to keep it pliable.
 
Burns on Furniture
Apply mayonnaise to the burned area, let it stand for awhile, and wipe off with a soft cloth.


DID YOU KNOW?"Did you know" Fun Facts:
  • Did you know it's possible to lead a cow up stairs but not down
  • Did you know frogs can't swallow with their eyes open
  • Did you know elephants are the only mammal that can't jump
  • Did you know a 1/4 of your bones are in your feet
  • Did you know your tongue is the fastest healing part of your body
  • Did you know a 'jiffy' is actually 1/100th of a second
  • Did you know on your birthday you share it with 9 million others
  • Did you know a 1 minute kiss burns 26 calories
  • Did you know you burn more calories sleeping than watching TV
  • Did you know frogs don't drink (they absorb water through their skin)
  • Did you know at birth dalmatians are always white
  • Did you know hummingbirds are the only bird that can fly backwards


About Us

Whether you are looking to buy or sell, we are here to assist you in accomplishing your real estate dreams. Burke and Associates has been awarded the "Top Listing Agent, 2011, and 2012" by Keller Williams Realty. Call today and let us put our tools, techniques and skills to work for you!

Also, be sure to ask us about our monthly specials for our new construction developments!

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Friday, December 5, 2014

Happy Holidays from us to you!

We wish you and your family Seasons Greetings and a joyous New Year.
Dave Burke
Seasons Greetings!
David Burke
Phone Number
Direct: 760-250-2570
Mobile Phone: 760-250-2570
Office Fax: 800-774-5902
License Number
01426860
Email Address
David@LaQuintaRE.com
Mailing Address
RE/MAX Consultants
47170 Washington Street
La Quinta CA 92253 

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

December La Quinta Events

QUICK LINKS
Future Special Events
Mark your calendars and tell your family and friends!

1/10 - Hike with Philip Ferranti @ Mecca Hills

1/10 - "Nature Spy-Who Lives Here?", Kids Nature Walk - @ Bear Creek Trail

1/14 - Nature Hike @ Boo Hoff Trail

1/24 - "Where Does Our Water Come From?", Nature Walk @ Bear Creek Trail

La Quinta Museum
77885 Avenida Montezuma
(760) 777-7170
Life in La Quinta and Early California
Become familiar with the local history of the Cahuilla Indians, native desert animals, and the first resorts. Experience pioneer life in early California with artifacts, dioramas, and hands on activities!
Journey Stories

A collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution and Exhibit Envoy.
November 25, 2014 to January 3, 2015.
La Quinta Library
78275 Calle Tampico
(760) 564-4767
It's Your Library
The La Quinta Public Library offers FREE programs for the whole family. Weekly story times, monthly book clubs, and special programs are just a few of the activities you can find at the Library.
Storytime @ Farmer's Market

Join Ms. Sarah for a special storytime at The Certified Farmers' Market in Old Town La Quinta! 

December 14 @ 10am (on grass lawn)
Every 2nd Sunday of the month.

December In La Quinta
La Quinta is a little piece of paradise surrounded by the majestic Santa Rosa mountains offering year-round sunshine, scenic hiking and biking trails, spectacular golf, magnificent views, fabulous shopping and dining venues and so much more.  
Community Activities
Click here to view our December classes, events, hikes, and much more. Pick-up the December issue of The Gem at the La Quinta Chamber of Commerce or inside City Hall.

Register for classes at  www.la-quinta.org
 
Annual Christmas Tree Lighting
The City of La Quinta invites you to ring in the holiday season with the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting. Celebrate the season with a special visit from Santa, festive music, live entertainment and new this year, a Race Car Train free for all to enjoy.
 
Date:  Friday, December 5
Time:  6 PM
Location:  Old Town La Quinta Event Lawn
  78100 Main Street
Nature Walks and Guided Hikes


Provided by the Stewards of the Fred Wolff Nature Preserve. Join us each month for a unique look at our local environment with special guest leaders and topics.
Nature Walk:
Saturday, December 20 - Explore Boo Hoff's History and Trail - Bill Baker

Third Saturday of the month beginning at 8 AM. All walks are Easy and begin at the Shade Shelter on the Bear Creek Nature Trail at the corner of Calle Ensenada and Avenida Montezuma in the La Quinta Cove.

Nature Hike:
Sunday, December 7 - Boo Hoff Trail - Mark Johnson

This strenuous 7 mile hike will meet at the Top of Cove parking lot on Calle Tecate at 7am.

Guided Hikes around the Coachella Valley with Philip Ferranti:
Saturday, December 6 - Back of Cove Loop
Join us at 9 AM for a beautiful easy 5 mile hike. Meet at the Cove Oasis Parking Lot. All participants should dress appropriately and bring water.
Coming in January to the Wellness Center

Memberships available starting January 5, 2015 and start your New Year out right. 
NEW Fitness Facility:
  • Technogym Cardio and Strength Training Equipment
  • Free Weights and Stretching Areas
  • Zero Impact Strength Training Machine
  • Annual Memberships - 
    • Residents - $50
    • Non-residents - $75
  • Daily Rates Available
For more information please contact us at (760) 564-0096.
The Wellness Center is located at 78450 Avenida La Fonda, south of the La Quinta Library.
 
Keep connected with the LQ Active Newsletter. Click here to view.
 
YMCA Flag Football
 

The City of La Quinta has partnered with the YMCA of the Desert and Friday Night Lights to offer more exciting flag football at Colonel Mitchell Paige Middle School. 

Winter Season

Family YMCA of the Desert:
  • 5 vs 5 Flag Football ages 6-14, $90
  • Y-Rookies ages 3-5, $80
  • Season: Fridays,  January 23 - March 13, 2015
  • Registration: November 3 - December 5, 2014
If you have a flag football team do not forget to join the YMCA's Flag Football Tournament on December 14 for $90 per team. Please call the Family YMCA of the Desert at (760) 341-9622 for more information or to register. 

Spring Season

Friday Night Lights:
  • 6 vs 6 Flag Football grades K - 8
  • Season: Fridays, beginning March 2015
  • Registration Now Open
Join the largest flag football league in the United States. Everyone plays 3 out of 4 quarters in this fun and exciting new league. For more information or to register please visit www.desertsandsfnl.com or call (760) 636-0477.
Humana Community Events 
January 2015


Humana Well-Being Walk and Healthy Fun Fair
NEW LOCATION
La Quinta Civic Center Campus
78495 Calle Tampico
Saturday, January 17, 2015 - FREE!
Walk:  8am Registration -  9am Start
Fair: 9am - 1pm

Join us at our new location for a morning walk and fun fair for the whole family! Start your morning with an energetic warm-up and stretch. Walk around the beautiful Civic Center Campus with each step counted toward a donation to CharityMiles.org. Enjoy live music, healthy food vendors, kids fun zone, booths from local businesses, and much more. Hosted by Chad Benson, local radio personality.

 
Humana Day at the Certified Farmers Market
Old Town La Quinta
78100 Main Street
Sunday, January 18, 2015 from 8am  - 12pm - FREE!

Join us for top notch freshness at the La Quinta Certified Farmers Market. Local farmers will have their fresh fruits, vegetables, breads, flowers, and more for sale. Check out food demonstrations by popular local chefs as they teach you how to cook healthy dishes with items selected from the Farmers Market booths.

La Quinta Community Services Department
78495 Calle Tampico 
La Quinta, CA 92253 
  
(760) 777-7090   |  communityservices@la-quinta.org

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Realty Rave, November 2014

RealtyRave Newsletter
David Burke
Tel: 760-250-2570
November 2014

Welcome to this month's edition of the RealtyRave newsletter. We hope that you find it filled with interesting and useful information!

Please think of me with any real estate related questions you may have - now and in the future. It would be my pleasure to be of assistance to you.
The single highest and best compliment a Real Estate Professional can receive is a referral to friends, family or colleagues. As appropriate, please feel free to forward this Newsletter and/or my contact information. Thank you!


David Burke

HEALTH & SAFETY
5 Ways to Have a Healthier Thanksgiving

If you're trying to reach your feel great weight, Thanksgiving can be a very stressful holiday. With so much delicious food tempting you, it's difficult to keep your healthy habits in check. Who doesn't pile their plate high at Thanksgiving dinner?

If you're anything like me, however, too much splurging on Thanksgiving often sets off a domino effect for the rest of the holiday season. Instead of embarking on a six-week food fest, take control of the day and jump-start your motivation for a healthy and active holiday season—one where you lose weight, not gain!

Plan a post-meal walk
As soon as you arrive at your Thanksgiving celebration, announce that you plan to take a walk after the meal. Most likely, some of your family and friends will want to join you. Once you get a few people on board, it'll be tough to bail out. A brisk walk will help you burn some calories and likely put you in the right mindset to turn down a second piece of pumpkin pie!

Walk around and talk to people
Rather than obsess over the food at Thanksgiving, I focus my attention on the entire celebration, including the once-a-year sights, sounds, and people at the event. Instead of sampling each and every appetizer before dinner, I walk around and catch up with family and friends.

 Plan a workout date the next morning
Instead of feeling bloated and lethargic the day after Thanksgiving, schedule a fitness date with a friend for that morning—then you have to show up!

Knowing you've committed to burning off those extra calories from Thanksgiving allows you to splurge without feeling guilty. Plus, the thought of an early-morning workout might keep you from having too many glasses of wine during dinner!

Volunteer to help clean up
Instead of picking at the leftovers or helping yourself to a second (or third) dessert, offer to help the host clean up. They will appreciate the gesture, and physically removing yourself from the table will help take your attention away from the food. Cleaning up will also help you burn some calories!

Stop eating when you're full
OK, this tip probably seems pretty obvious, but Thanksgiving is one of those holidays when people plan to eat until they are stuffed to the brim.

Instead of seeing how much you can eat, serve yourself a small, golf-ball-size serving of everything you want—no restrictions—but have only enough to satisfy your stomach without overdoing it. Remember, Thanksgiving is one day. Done right, you won’t set yourself back too far!

HELPFUL HINTS
No sneeze reprieve: Surprising cool-weather allergy triggers
(BPT) - When the weather cools and fall arrives, do you sigh in relief, assuming your allergies will settle down until spring? Don’t let your guard down so soon – fall and winter present unique risks for people with allergies and asthma. If you don’t want asthma and allergy symptoms to ruin your the season, it’s important to know how to find and remove the allergens in your home and how to avoid bringing any more inside. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America recommends you take steps to reduce allergens from these seasonal sources:

Things that burn
For some people, nothing strikes a more comfortable mood than a fire on a cool evening. Scented candles can make the season feel even more festive by filling the air with traditional aromas like spice, pumpkin and pine. But any combustion, whether it’s wood in your fireplace or a wick surrounded by perfumed wax, releases particles and gasses into the atmosphere. And for many people, those irritants can trigger asthma or allergy symptoms. Never use an unvented or improperly vented combustion source in your home – it’s a safety hazard as well as a health one. Avoid wood fires and use battery-powered candles to create seasonal ambience, rather than burning scented candles.

Cleaning up your cleaning products
While it’s important to keep a clean house to reduce exposure to dust and dust mites – allergy triggers for many people – be careful of the cleaning products you use. Many can contain harsh chemicals that irritate airways, nasal passages and eyes. Others may not be as effective at reducing other known allergens. Look for more friendly cleaning products. AAFA’s asthma & allergy friendly Certification Program certifies cleaning products based on their ability to remove bio-allergens from surfaces, the amount of airborne allergens and other particles remaining after cleaning with the product, the product’s toxicological profile, and whether it emits volatile organic compounds or other particles that could be irritants.

Seasonal decorations
Some of the ornaments and decorations you use to give your home seasonal flare may be a source of triggers that cause your allergies to flare up, too. Seasonal decorations stored for 11 months in garages, attics or basements may accumulate mold and dust – both well-known triggers. If you decorate with live greenery, such as a fir tree or pine boughs, they can carry mold, pollen, dust and other allergens into your home. The same is true of the pumpkins, corn stalks, husks and leaves often used in seasonal decor. Wipe seasonal ornaments with a damp cloth before hanging them, and be sure to discard real decorations as soon as they begin to show signs of mold or drying out.

Your best friends
The human members of your family aren’t the only ones who spend more time indoors when the weather cools. Pets are inside more often, too, and that can mean a buildup of dander inside the house. Brush and wipe pets regularly – at least once a week – to reduce dander, and bathe them regularly based on your vet’s advice for your breed. Use a certified vacuum cleaner and vacuum carpet weekly, and consider a certified steam cleaning service every three to four months, especially in areas frequented by pets or allergy-prone family members. Change furnace air filters quarterly or according to the manufacturer’s recommended schedule.

Unwelcome gifts
Yes, even holiday gifts can be more trick than treat if they are dusty or have been treated with chemicals to preserve them. Some clothing and toy manufacturers use chemicals to keep pests off products. Always wash clothing articles before wearing them, and look for toys that have earned the AAFA’s asthma & allergy friendly certification. To learn more about the program, and to see certified products in other categories, visit www.aafa.org/certified.

RECIPE OF THE MONTH
Rosemary Roasted Turkey


Ingredients:

Original recipe makes 1 (12 pound) turkey

 
  • 3 tablespoons minced garlic
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh rosemary
  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh basil
  • 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning
  • 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • salt to taste
  • 1 (12 pound) whole turkey

    Directions:
    1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C).
    2. In a small bowl, mix the olive oil, garlic, rosemary, basil, Italian seasoning, black pepper and salt. Set aside.
    3. Wash the turkey inside and out; pat dry. Remove any large fat deposits. Loosen the skin from the breast. This is done by slowly working your fingers between the breast and the skin. Work it loose to the end of the drumstick, being careful not to tear the skin.
    4. Using your hand, spread a generous amount of the rosemary mixture under the breast skin and down the thigh and leg. Rub the remainder of the rosemary mixture over the outside of the breast. Use toothpicks to seal skin over any exposed breast meat.
    5. Place the turkey on a rack in a roasting pan. Add about 1/4 inch of water to the bottom of the pan. Roast in the preheated oven 3 to 4 hours, or until the internal temperature of the bird reaches 180 degrees F (80 degrees C).
 
 
 
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Household Tips
Candle Wax
To remove candle wax drippings from the surfaces of furniture, turn your portable hairdryer on the spot and when it softens, remove the large chunks. Use a tissue to wipe the rest away.

Removing Scratches
Rub mayonnaise into scratches on furniture with your finger, let it stand, and remove with a soft cloth.

Deep Scratches
For a deep scratch, break a walnut or pecan meat in half, and rub the scratch with the broken side of the nut.

Easy Dusting
Slip an old woolen sock over your hand, spray with polish, and run you hand over furniture to dust easily.

Nicks and Scratches
Mix enough water with instant coffee to make a thick paste. Rub it into the scratch or nick, let it dry, rub off the excess, and wax as usual.
This should only be used on very dark wood

Sliding Furniture
A piece of foam rubber glued under the legs of furniture will keep it from sliding on the floor

Outdoor Furniture
Turn redwood furniture upside down and nail a metal bottle cap to the bottom of each leg. It will slide easily across the patio.

Inexpensive Furniture
Paint or stain a small picnic table (the kind with attached benches) to use as inexpensive and attractive kitchen furniture.

Wrought Iron Furniture
To remove rust spots on wrought iron, use oily furniture polish.

Mahogany Repair
To cover scratches in mahogany, cover the mark with iodine and then furniture polish.


DID YOU KNOW?"Did you know" Fun Facts:
  • Did you know stewardesses is the longest word that is typed with only the left hand
  • Did you know there is no such thing as a naturally blue food
  • Did you know honey is the only natural food which never goes off
  • Did you know M&M's chocolate stands for the initials for its inventors Mars and Murrie
  • Did you know that you burn more calories eating celery than it contains (the more you eat the thinner you become)
  • Did you know the only continent with no active volcanoes is Australia
  • Did you know the longest street in the world is Yonge street in Toronto Canada measuring 1,896 km (1,178 miles
  • Did you know sound travels almost 5 times faster underwater than in air
  • Did you know toilets use 35% of indoor water use
  • Did you know the fortune cookie was invented in San Francisco


About Us

Whether you are looking to buy or sell, we are here to assist you in accomplishing your real estate dreams. Burke and Associates has been awarded the "Top Listing Agent, 2011, and 2012" by Keller Williams Realty. Call today and let us put our tools, techniques and skills to work for you!

Also, be sure to ask us about our monthly specials for our new construction developments!

P.S. Referrals are the highest compliment a sales professional can receive from a client. Please pass my name around to your friends, family, and acquaintances so that I can provide them with the best real estate experience possible!
 


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