Friday, November 11, 2022 / by Jennifer Taylor
To all of our Veterans, with gratitude for your service to America, we are thinking of you on Veterans Day, and thanking you for all you did for our country.
Veterans Day celebrates all United States Armed Forces military veterans. Learn more about this important day, and join us in thanking all veterans for their service, commitment and dedication
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Monday, October 10, 2022 / by Jennifer Taylor
On Monday, October 10, 2022, we celebrate Columbus Day! On October 12, 1492, Columbus “discovered America!” What have we learned over 500 years later that is applicable to our real estate market.
1) Adventure: An adventure is defined as “an exciting or unusual experience; it may also be a bold, usually risky undertaking, with an uncertain outcome.” Sounds a lot like today’s real estate market.
2) Risk: Your voyage of discovery involves taking many risks! The higher the risks, the greater the rewards. Today’s real estate market poses many risks…
3) Support: Columbus could not have made the voyage nor discovered America without a lot of support!
4) Courage: Can you imagine how brave Columbus was to set sail from Spain and sail across the ocean towards “the end of the world? Have the courage to stick to your plan, follow your beliefs and ...
Friday, September 2, 2022 / by Elissa Tran
It’s Time to Celebrate!
It’s that time of year again. Call your family and friends — and get ready to fire up the grill one more time for an all-out cookout. Although we’re year-round grillers (and will be cooking outdoors well into the fall and winter months), Labor Day is an opportunity to host an extra special get-together. We’re not saying ‘goodbye’ to summer — we’re celebrating it!
A Few, Labor Day Facts:
Canada celebrated "Labour Day" before us
“Labour Day," as it’s spelled by our neighbors to the north, was first celebrated in Canada in 1894 — on the first Monday of September, just like us.
Oregon was the first state to observe Labor Day
The first one to make it a statewide holiday, a full seven years before it was passed by Congress.
President Grover Cleveland made it a federal holiday
Made Labor Day offi ...