Tuesday, July 6, 2010


Thank you for your interest. Our home was sold recently.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

It's Time!

CONSIDERING ALL OFFERS to get in for the homebuyer's tax credit~call today
Tax Credit will end April 30th~read on for more details.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Here's the TOTAL Diddy on the NEW IRS Rules for the Homebuyer Rebate

Here's a link to explain it with the rules. Of course if you have questions, you can consult a tax professional or you can go straight to the IRS publications.
Clark Howard's got a link explaining it with the rules. If you are interested in our home, give me a call.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Let's TALK For Sale By Owner AND Tax Credit CHANGES that will give just about EVERYONE a PIECE of the PIE!

We are offering our home for sale by owner.  This creates a savings to the buyer in that our price will not have to reflect the realestate commission owed an agent for listing and selling our home.  What this will mean and the GREAT NEWS for a buyer is a lower price! Another great thing about a for sale by owner is that you can negotiate your own deal with us without middle people looking out for their pockets.  Sorry to be so blunt, but it's true that with a "just us" relationship with or without a lender, a home can easily be sold without a middle person.

I am so excited to say too that ISurfHopkinsCo.com has posted an article about the tax credit for home buyers. According to this article there are some NEW KEY FEATURES:
1. It's not just for new home buyers, but current home owners can purchase a primary residence with the credit.
2. The credit is based on 10% of purchase price. This will equal $6,500 which is the max given on the home owner purchase and up to $8,500 for the first time buyer, but since it's still based on sales price~it will be $6,500 as well.
3. EXTENDED DEADLINE: May 2010 with completed sale in
read here to get ALL the details!
Federal Housing Tax Credit FAQs

Now is the time to make our home YOURS like NEVER before!
If you love Victorian and GORGEOUS~Read on...to learn about our home and community~

Thursday, October 1, 2009

New Park Ammenities~

I have just been updated by my representative about the Earlington City Park~RECENTLY redone park done nicely with new equipment and even rubber mulch under the swings! THIS IS AWESOME! If you have kids or grandkids, this is the park nestled up to Loch Mary, the lake that is in Earlington less than a mile from our home!
Just thought you'd want to know ;-))

If you would like to see our home or have more questions, give me a call

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Community Event in Earlington

It's the BarBQ Cook Off this Saturday at the Earlington City Park~less than a mile from our home.
Read about it here:

Small town living at its best!
If you would like a showing, or have questions:

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

New Pictures~You Gotta See This House!

Priced at $65,000 it's unbelievable! 
I will give you info as we go grouping all the pics together by room or area~Enjoy!

This is the exterior of the home which is around 6 feet up from the street with two sets (one you see, the other to the sidewalk) from the street.  House faces North, to the right is West.

You are looking at the front door from the interior door from the foyer. The front porch is enclosed as you have noted in the first pic, and the floor is indoor/outdoor gray carpet. The walls are sheet rock with windows down the side on the left of this picture and windows across the front.  There are two exterior doors, the one you are seeing at the top of this picture and the one with the deck in the first picture.  On the left, you can see the house's original exterior siding.  There are three windows from the living room facing into this enclosed porch. 

This is the back yard from the left back corner of the house area.  There is an original brick sidewalk you can see just above the date/time stamp on the photo.  To the right of the photo is the raised bed. You can see the turned pot we had as part of our landscaping.  The swing in waiting for someone to enjoy!

This is the view of the back of the house from the garage.  On the left you can see the pear tree.  Read on in the blog to see what a wonderful yield it had this year! Yum! You can see better the sidewalk.  On the other side of the overgrown (at present) raised flowerbed, there is a brick patio.  We put table and chairs for outside pleasures!

When you come inside the back door, this is the back entry where you can either enter the downstairs bath to the right of this view (see the old dryer vent connection?) and behind your view is the kitchen entry.  The door to the bath is in character with the rest of the home. There is no door between this space and the kitchen.  The light matches the one over the sink in the kitchen AND in the butler's pantry.  Originally this was an "L" shaped porch that has been enclosed.  The wood work is less ornate than the rest of the home, but it's a wonderful place to hang your hat, coat and put your shoes~a GREAT mud room!  Paint/flooring/sheetrock/lighting 2006.
This is the downstairs bath.  It has a shower only and the renovations were done in 2006. The two windows have frosted plexiglass for privacy.  I used tension rods for swag curtains. The toilette is a highboy, and the right wall was done in 06 as it was originally vinyl siding. 

 This repeated picture is the view from the entryway from the back entry and back door.  It's actually misleading a bit because there is more space from the entry way to this table.  This next picture will give you a better idea of the space and when you read on in the blog there is a post with just measurements.  I hope this gives you much more details on our home.
I am going to go a head and create another post as I have many more pictures to share~thanks again to our dear friends!
If you want to see our home or have questions, please contact me. Remember we will not owner finance, do any renting to own or any kind of land contracts.  This home will need to be either cash or conventional financing. 
Thank you,