Uncategorized Generous Windermere Agents Raised over $1,500,000 So Far This Year! Windermere Foundation Has Raised over $1,500,000 So Far This Year! Posted in Windermere Foundation by Christine Wood    Thanks to the generosity of Windermere agents and the community, the Windermere Foundation collected over $1,537,000 in donations through the third quarter of 2017. This is an increase of nine percent compared to this time last year! Individual contributions and fundraisers accounted […]
Uncategorized Follow these must-do fall maintenance tips to get your house in shape and help keep you warm this winter. With the arrival of fall home owners should consider following these helpful tips.  These recommendations will help the do-it yourself person in preparing your home for the winter months. http://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/maintenance-and-repair/repairing/autumn-maintenance-tips Regularly clean gutters and downspouts. Make sure all drainage areas are unblocked by leaves and debris. Consider installing gutter guards to make the job a […]
Uncategorized Studded snow tires are legal Oct. 1 in Idaho The month of October is starting to see snow accumulation in Idaho’s higher elevations which is prompting travelers to run studded snow tires. Another sign of winter – studded tires legal Oct. 1 in Idaho
Jared's helpful TIPS VA GUIDANCE ON NATURAL DISASTERS INFORMATION FOR VETERAN BORROWERS If you have a VA loan and your home was affected by a natural disaster, we encourage you to take the steps listed below to ensure you receive the assistance you need. http://jbanrealty.com/2017/09/27/va-guidance-natural-disasters
Jared's helpful TIPS Slip, Trip and Fall Prevention will Keep Older Adults Safe and Independent Fall Prevention Awareness Day is Sept. 22   The National Council on Aging has designated Sept. 22 as Falls Prevention Awareness Day. Everyone can work together to help prevent fall-related injuries in older adults. Find more information and resources here. Leading Cause of Injury-related Death for Older Adults   Your parents have been living quite well […]
Jared's helpful TIPS Head Up, Phone Down When Headed Back to School Summertime offers a nice reprieve from the constant shuffling of papers, carpools and heavy backpacks of the school year. But once fall rolls around again, parents and kids have a lot to juggle. As your children march out the door on that first day of school – and every day – there is really only one priority: Nothing is more […]
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