We understand just how stressful the demands of a military relocation can be. We'd like to assist you, our military members and families, during this time of transition to a new home and community. We've prepared a special "Relocation Assistance Packet" of information concerning our community and available homes and other properties for sale and rent. If you have any questions, please contact us and let us know how we can help you!

 

Complete the form below and submit and someone will be in contact with you within 24 hours. An email with your information will be sent to us and one will also be sent to you to confirm our receipt of your request.

 

Name (required)

Email Address (required)

Street Address (required)

City (required)

State (required)

Zip Code (required)

Home Phone with Area Code (required)

Best Time to Call at Home (required)

Work Phone with Area Code

Best Time to Call at Work

Property Type Desired

Preferred Location

Number of Bedrooms Desired

Number of Bathrooms Desired

Square Footage Desired

Price Range

When do you need your new home?

When do you plan to sell your current home?

Is your current home listed with a REALTOR®?

 Yes     No

May a Realtor contact you concerning listing your current home?

 Yes     No

Driving distance from employment desired?

What are your financing requirements?

Additional Comments or Requirements?

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A Chuckle A Day  

"Ride To Church"

 

A teenager who had just received her learner's permit offered to drive her parents to church. After a hair-raising, nerve-rattling ride, they finally reached their destination.

The mother got out of the car and said, "Thank You!"

"Anytime," her daughter replied.

As the woman slammed the door, she said, "I wasn't talking to you. I was talking to God."

 

 

Tip of the Day  

The Price of Your Home

 

Why is it that some homes sit on the market for a year while others sell like hot cakes? Frustrated sellers will blame a bad market, while a good real estate professional will tell you that many times, a slow sale is often attributed to the listing price.

If a home is overpriced, buyers will stay away. But, if the price is competitive with similar homes in the area and "shows" better than the competition, it will have a better chance of being sold quickly.