End Of Summer Moving

Dated: 08/28/2013

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The end of summer can be bittersweet. We begin to pack away our favorite sandals, those mugs that we always take out by the pool, and our mismatched collection of body boards. At the same time, we say hello to a new school year, to pumpkin everything, and to cozy, comfortable sweaters. It is a transitional time, a beautiful time, and a wonderful time to buy a house. Fall weather offers ideal conditions for moving: not too hot and not too cold. The slight breeze that lifts the falling leaves off of the ground keeps your senses sharp as you pack up the moving truck. The neighbor's kids are back in school, and they may even offer a helping hand. As you think about the new house you realize you could be moved in and settled in just a few months, just in time for Christmas! So while you begin to put away those tanks and beach bikes, just think of the warm cookies and full house that you could have over the holidays. If you have any questions about buying or selling, please don't hesitate to contact me. [email protected] 
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Alycia Jordan

Having lived in other cities, such as Cleveland and Idaho Falls, I only appreciate Hampton Roads that much more. Why? Because from almost anywhere in our area, a beach is only about a 20 minute dri....

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