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Water Street Grille Running Club- Wednesdays at 6PMTuesday April 17, 2018

Do you enjoy running? Do you also like delicious food and craft beer? If so, then the Water Street Grille Running Club is for you! The club participates in a free, weekly family-friendly 5k run/walk every Wednesday at 6PM. The route begins on the beachfront of Yorktown Riverwalk Beach, continues onto Main Street of Historic Yorktown and goes by the Visitor Center, ending up on the beach side of Water Street Grille. Afterword, be sure to stick around and socialize and enjoy a meal ($8 for runners/walkers) and a refreshing drink. For more information call (757)-369-5644 or visit www.waterstreetgrille.net

10 Questions Every Seller Should Ask Before They Hire a REALTOR, Part 9: Your CompanyFriday April 13, 2018

ByLiz Moore

Decluttering 101Thursday April 12, 2018

Home staging is one of the most powerful ways to help buyers imagine themselves in your home and make them want to buy it. Decluttering is the first, and most important step, in home staging. Removing clutter
allows buyers to see the structure and space of your home.
Sentimentality can be a powerful disincentive to declutter. You might feel guilty packing away your grandmother's china, or your budding Picasso’s finger paintings, but doing so allows your home to really be seen. Buyers need to be able to picture themselves living in your home, with their furniture and their belongings, and if too many of your things fill their field of vision, they might not be able to see their life there and they might walk away.
Decluttering can be overwhelming, so we’ve broken it down and provided some helpful tips.

Farmers’ Market at CNU- April 12th and 19thMonday April 9, 2018

Are you looking for a fun place to purchase local food, beauty products, crafts or clothing? Visit the beautiful campus of Christopher Newport University and purchase delicious locally sourced food or check out the selection of creative crafts. Established in 2011, the Farmers’ Market at Christopher Newport University is a student run event that sells locally sourced products with an emphasis on sustainability. Follow their Facebook page @FarmersMarketCNU to receive updates on petting zoos, musical acts, games and other special events that are hosted throughout the Spring season. The markets will be held in front of the David Student Union on campus on April 12th and April 19th from 3PM to 6PM **Free visitor parking is located in parking Lot B, which is located behind the Pope Chapel**. For more information, please email [email protected].

10 Questions Every Seller Should Ask Before They Hire a REALTOR, Part 8: Online and Print PromotionFriday April 6, 2018

ByLiz Moore

National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C.Thursday April 5, 2018

Every year, mother nature puts on a vibrant display of beauty in Washington, D.C. when the cherry blossom trees bloom and line the Tidal Basin with delicate pale pink and white flowers for a few weeks every spring. This event draws thousands of tourists from around the world but luckily for us this spectacular site is only a short drive away.

Hard Floors: A Solid ChoiceWednesday April 4, 2018

Hard flooring has been gaining in popularity for years, especially in the main living areas of homes. Hard floors are easy to clean, hypoallergenic, and lend a sleek beauty to your home. Changing your floor covering is
an update that will instantly modernize your home’s appearance while adding value and appeal.

 Spring Break Week at MaymontMonday April 2, 2018

Do you want to take your kids on an exciting adventure while also relishing the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful weather? Come and explore Maymont during Spring Break week through April 8th. Stop by Jack's Vegetable Garden and learn how to grow food, sow a seed and take it home to watch it grow. Visit the farm and hand feed the goats, or take a family-friendly tour of the Dooleys' Victorian mansion. Explore Maymont's adventurous 100 acres of land in a family scavenger hunt or get to know local Chesapeake Bay creatures in an animal touch tank. During spring break week at Maymont there are fun activities for everyone! Many activities require fees and/or advance registration. Visit the Maymont website for more information and for the calendar of events. Maymont is located at 1700 Hampton Street Richmond, VA 23220.

10 Questions Every Seller Should Ask Before They Hire a REALTOR, Part 7: Marketing Friday March 30, 2018

ByLiz Moore

Local Liz Moore REALTORS Earn Industry Designation in Real Estate StagingThursday March 29, 2018

58 Liz Moore agents earned the RESA Certified Staging Advocate™ designation (RESA CSA™) from the Real Estate Staging Association, the trade association for professional real estate stagers. The RESA CSA™ designation is earned by agents who complete the mandatory continuing education course called Staging to Sell, What Every Agent Should Know. Agents completing the 3-hour continuing education course are trained on how the entire pre-market staging process will benefit their client and secure their relationship as a true advocate for their client’s best interest.