Date: 10/25/2014 Time: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM  
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This incredible contemporary colonial has soaring cathedral ceilings; hardwood & tile floors; gorgeous kitchen w/granite, tile & high end stainless steel appliances; gas range; spacious rooms; custom trim & crown molding. Meticulous open concept, located at very end of a quiet cul-de-sac on .66 A w/lots of trees for privacy plus fruit trees like plum/pear/peach & apple. Even a grape arbor too! Many, many features- a 10 circuit generator transfer panel, lower lev Media Rm w/Sony surround sound. It even comes with a 55″ LED TV & 8 camera video security system w/smart phone access. The list goes on an on! Enjoy a warm & cozy winter w/natural gas heat, gas fireplce & ultra hi-efficiency Rinnai tankless hot water heater. Then enjoy a cool, comfortable summer w/C-Air & ceiling fans in all bdrms. Outside is a very lg deck, fenced yd, 7 zone front/back lawn irrig, wood pergola, patio under deck from walkout Media Rm AND solar powered shed. Easy access to airport & all hiways. A”MUST SEE HOME”!

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The story is always the same, buying a home is always a good investment. It doesn’t matter the study, the year, the market, the results are always the same. Owning a home is a good investment. Homeownership provides both economic and psychological benefits.

A survey released earlier this year by the magazine Better Homes and Gardens found that eight in 10 respondents said homeownership is still a good investment and believe owning a home is a smart financial move and a source of pride.

Here are some results of the 2,500 people surveyed online:

  • 86% of home owners still feel owning a home is a good investment.
  • 85% feel “owning a home is one of their proudest accomplishments.”
  • 69% of Americans who don’t currently own a home agree with the statement, “No matter what happens in the U.S. housing market, owning a home is still an important goal in my life.”
  • 68% of Americans plan to spend money on their homes in the next six months, with roughly half (49%) expecting to pay up to $1,000.


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