Don’t forget your furry family members’ safety…these are some great pet holiday tips. Most importantly, be careful with seasonal plants and decorations and avoid holiday food dangers.
Are considering adding a pet to your home for the holidays? If so, think about adopting a dog or cat from your local pet shelter. There is a Metro Animal Services right by our office that Vickie and I work with to sponsor different animals throughout the year.
This salt dough one is a classic and a great memory for you and your pup (click here). If you are crafty, these are some great holiday ornaments that can make pets part of the fun. From our classic Salt Dough Paw Print Ornament to the more humorous Pipe Cleaner Dog Ornament. Whatever ornament you do […]
We’ll “fall back” Sunday Nov 6th this year. This little extra sunlight in the morning comes at a cost…evenings get dark earlier. But never fear, your trusted Realtor with a flashlight is here! Just because it’s dark outside doesn’t mean that people aren’t still out house hunting. Buyers in Pierce County and surrounding areas are still out looking at homes during the day, after work, and on the weekends, just like the rest of the year. What does this mean for sellers? Turn your porch light on, keep walkways free of leaves (which can become slippery in our oh so wet weather), and take comfort in knowing that although there may be fewer buyers looking this time of year, the ones that are looking are committed to finding a place to buy.
An October classic is a visit to a pumpkin patch, but unless you drive by one, you may not realize how many options are in the South Sound area! We have a list of fun places to go. When my kids were younger, we went to Spooner Farms or Maris Farms for pumpkins and the corn mazes. Carving pumpkins, and drinking apple cider on the porch are still some of our fall traditions. I hope that you enjoy this changing season with your friends and family. If changing your address is in your future, I’d be glad to help.