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Monthly Archives: August 2018

    Matchmaker, Matchmaker

    By Mark Escalera | August 31, 2018

      On August 31st, National Matchmaker Day honors those romantics whose dauntless pursuit of perfect purchase for cupid’s arrow results in lasting love stories. Playing matchmaker requires a bit of social savvy, the ability to listen and timing. They know each friends’ habits (good and bad), passions, and hobbies.  When there is a spark, even when... Read More

    Cleaning Hacks

    By Stephanie Prescott | August 29, 2018

      Making cleaning less of a hassle. Cinderella was onto something. Carrying your cleaning supplies in a basket to take from room to room and using that same basket to store it, makes everything go faster. These kinds of cleaning hacks can help you get your cleaning done fast so you can have fun even... Read More

    $10,000 Paint Allowance

    By Mark Escalera | August 26, 2018

    2930 Thomas Rd is in the Crest Ridge Addition.  You can get to the subdivision off of Ridge Road by Thomas Heights, or take Storey Blvd and turn south on Blue Bluff. This beautiful home is over 4,000 square feet on two levels and is designed as a family home.  From the moment you walk... Read More

    July Market Report

    By Steve Prescott | August 26, 2018

      Record Prices and Sinking Inventory Haven’t Slowed Sales Typically when you assess the behaviors of supply and demand the limited supply of real estate would have the effect of increased prices. The interesting element of the July housing report is that the sales didn’t slow down. Which this would mean one of two things;... Read More

    National Waffle Day

    By Mark Escalera | August 24, 2018

    (HT — National Waffle Day) — The first United States patent for a waffle iron was issued to Cornelius Swarthout of Troy, New York on August 24, 1869. In honor of this anniversary, National Waffle Day is observed each year on August 24th. Eaten throughout the world, a waffle is a leavened batter or dough... Read More

    It Comes Easy To Us

    By Stephanie Prescott | August 22, 2018

      Recently we were named one of the best featured blogs for the State of Wyoming. “The Best Wyoming Blogs from thousands of Wyoming blogs on the web using search and social metrics.” Stated FeedSpot, “Subscribe to these websites because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and... Read More

    Cheyenne Air Service

    By Steve Prescott | August 20, 2018

    You have heard us say this often, Cheyenne is the heart of the “Magic Plains.” Way back when, our community was the innovative, entrepreneurial and modern location. First to offer telephones in individual hotel rooms, first to house a flight attendant school, first to have extensive transportation cooridors including all forms; roads, rail and air.... Read More

    TGIF Bags!

    By Steve Prescott | August 15, 2018

      $50,000 in the month of August is a lofty goal! Jessica Biggs and Stephanie Prescott asked their fellow Realtors and Associates to join them in supporting the local Friday Food Bags and United Way of Laramie County‘s Community Schools program. The Community Schools program is in the Hebard and Cole Elementary Schools currently. Each... Read More

    Team Fun!

    By Stephanie Prescott | August 10, 2018

      It was a smokin’ good time! Disco, dancing, hula hoops, bean bags and great food, that’s what we like to do! We have so many great team members along with their family members that we had to move our annual summer BBQ away from our own home’s backyard to the Community House in Lions... Read More

    Be Lazy Today

    By Mark Escalera | August 10, 2018

    NATIONAL LAZY DAY Today there will not be much information regarding this annually celebrated holiday as we do not feel like doing any research. Actually, we do not feel like doing anything at all.  So we are in our hammocks with a couple of good books and glasses of lemonade and iced tea. Yes, it is... Read More