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There is a saying in real estate that all sellers think their home is worth more than it is– sometimes that is true, sometimes not. But there are several things sellers can do to improve the value of their home and attract higher offers. If you are thinking about putting your home on the market this year, consider these options.
Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? We’ve all been taught that breaking the fast is crucial to performing our best throughout the day, but does science back that theory up?
Start 2020 off by being active and involved in and around Ocala. There are plenty of things to do in our beautiful city. Attend a horse show or a fashion show, listen to live music in the park or at the Reilly Arts Center, watch a race...or run one!
It’s not unusual for homeowners to take their house off the market during the holiday season, as showing your home during the busy month of December can be chaotic. However, you may miss out on exceptionally motivated buyers during this time.
Celebrate the holiday season with music, lights, history and horses! Ocala is a magical place to be this Deceember.
Teaching your children to be kind to others is important year-round, but the holiday season is a good time to ramp up your efforts. You may be buying gifts for a family in need or manning the Salvation Army kettle one afternoon, but here are a few other unique ways your family can spread blessings this year by giving the best gift of all…your time.
From shopping and food to horses and camping– Ocala’s November calendar offers an event for everyone.
Check out some local news and happenings.
Leaves and temperatures are dropping so it’s time to get outside with your family. Your real estate agents with the Laurie Ann Truluck Team have put together this list of events happening in Ocala and Marion County this fall that you won’t want to miss.
Check out two new eateries.
Want to learn about bats before Halloween? If yes, then you’re in luck because The Friends of Freedom Public Library is hosting a “Bat Chat” class.
Today is October 1, so it’s time to start thinking seriously about Halloween candy!
Today is the first day of Fall, and that means it’s apple season!
If you’re looking to support some great causes, here are a few upcoming opportunities.
If you enjoy Broadway shows, consider registering for The Ocala Civic Theatre’s 12th three-night, four-day visit to the Great White Way from December 5-8.