Monday, November 17, 2014

November is National Caregiver Month

We all know someone who has or is probably now caregiving for a loved one.  Specifically I am thinking of the older generation right now, although caregivers care for all ages and individuals with all conditions.

Think about someone you know who is caring for an individual and during this time of Thanksgiving, lend a hand, support, or acknowledgement/gesture to these caregivers.

Sometimes even just a phone call to let them know you are thinking of them is a welcome gesture.

Offer to spend a couple of hours with the loved one to provide some respite to the caregiver, or take the family a meal, or send a bouquet of flowers. 

It is the season of thinking of our blessings and helping others.  Think of ways you can help a caregiver this month.

Sunday, July 28, 2013

People with dementia can understand

Mar 27, 2013 4:57pm

If you click on this link, it shows a facebook link that you can click and see the video.  Video of two women, one with dementia and what can happen when people spend the time to connect.

Very special.

Saturday, April 27, 2013

For Housing Confidence, Millennials Lead the Way

For Housing Confidence, Millennials Lead the Way

They might be thought of as a nomadic generation unwilling to settle down, but a recent study by Prudential Real Estate reports millennials are more confident than any other age group that the real estate market will soon recover.
“There was a lot of negativity when all the problems in real estate were happening,” says Earl Lee, president and CEO of Prudential, “but this generation was either too young or too preoccupied with school at the time to notice.”
According to the study, real estate market confidence declines steadily for each successive age group. Eighty percent of 25-to-34 year olds have confidence in the market’s future, compared with 73 percent of 55-to-64 year olds who believe real estate is rebounding.
“Gen X and Gen Y are not as clued in to some of the troubles their parents have gone through in exactly the same way,” Lee says. As these younger would-be home owners enter the workforce and interact with others who own property, their desire to purchase a house increases, he adds.
This could translate into a significant spike in home sales among millennials, which would be good for themselves and the communities where they put down roots, Lee says.
"All of the monumental events that happen in a young person's life start to focus them on real estate and what it has to offer," he says. "These young generations are now all about local involvement, and what better place to do that than in a community where you own a home?"
— Melissa Kandel, REALTOR® Magazine
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Study Shows Home Preferences of Millennials

Monday, April 8, 2013

1770 Hoot Owl Hill Loop for sale

1770 Hoot Owl Hill Loop

For Sale Check out the Link for more pics and info
Angie Goodman, Broker Associate, Keller Williams Realty, 850-321-4666

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Wednesday, February 6, 2013