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Monthly Archives: November 2017

    Cheyenne’s Reindeer Games

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 29, 2017

    Cheyenne is rich with entertainment during the holidays. Join in the festive activities like the Downtown Cheyenne Ice Rink or attend a free Cheyenne Capitol Chorale Concert on December 17, 2017 at the Cathedral of St. Mary. Even be enchanted by Cheyenne’s holiday landscape with the evening trolley tour. If you haven’t participated in one of the holiday trolley... Read More

    #GivingTuesday, It’s a thing!

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 27, 2017

    You have Black Friday, Shop Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday and the best one, #GivingTuesday! #GivingTuesday is more than just purchasing. It’s a movement. #GivingTuesday is focused on supporting local charities and non-profit organizations. It is the day these entities can refrain from “asking” for support because they are the focus! Celebrate these organizations by giving... Read More

    Shopping Small is a BIG deal

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 24, 2017

      When you spend your dollars at locally owned and operated businesses, they make a larger local impact. Shop Small Business Saturday was founded by American Express in 2002. The goal was to shed light on the importance of supporting locally owned and operated businesses. Did you know that small business makes up 98% of Laramie... Read More

    What a “Sweet” Sight!

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 22, 2017

    Candyland Christmas is the theme of this year’s Cheyenne Christmas Parade. The parade was founded in 1990 by the Crader family. They had visited communities elsewhere who had such festive parades and decided that Cheyenne was a community that deserved such traditions. Since then, the parade has expanded each year featuring more than 130+ entries... Read More

    A Heart of Thankfulness

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 20, 2017

    This week, here in America, we have the privilege of being able to live in a land that has much for which to be thankful. Let us consider a few of these things as we start the week. Maybe it will help each of us just a little bit to be a little more mindful... Read More

    Afraid of the Unknown – Conclusion – What If?!

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 17, 2017

    Over the last couple of months, we have tried to take the fear out of the unknown that comes with home buying. This is particularly true for first-time home buyers. We want to conclude this series with just a few more thoughts that we hope will help you to determine that this is the right... Read More

    Inspections and Repair Requests Part 2

    By Steve Prescott | November 15, 2017

    You found your dream home, inspections have been completed, now what? You’ve chosen which systems you would like to have inspected; whole home, plumbing, heating, electrical, roof and/or structural. You had a qualified professional do the inspections and now you have the reports back. Where do you start? First make sure that you pay attention... Read More

    Inspections and Repair Requests Part 1

    By Steve Prescott | November 13, 2017

    You found your dream home and finally have it under contract, so what’s next? Inspections! I’ll share with you what’s typical over the next two blog posts, but remember things aren’t always typical in real estate. Today I’ll write about the inspection process and what to expect with plumbing, heating, electrical, roof and structural inspections.... Read More

    Special Thank You to Veterans

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 11, 2017

    Today, this post is about a special group of people. No sales pitch, just our gratitude! The American flag waving in the breeze! Soul-stirring music and videos that grab the heart. Walking past the window display of US military recruiting offices. Videos of soldiers arriving back home to surprise their loved ones. Pride in my... Read More

    Afraid of the Unknown – Part 7 – Help with Downpayment

    By Stephanie Prescott | November 10, 2017

    We have considered several unknown factors that are the reason why some people have chosen to continue renting instead of buying. One fear is that the rules are so strict that only certain people can get a loan. Yet, that is not the full story. Personally, I am convinced that the days of obtaining exorbitant... Read More