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    Lexington Real Estate Lucky Charm

    By Nick Ratliff | March 14, 2014

    We have no doubt in our ability to sell homes. You see, we’re actually quite fantastic at it. But when luck comes your way, there is no reason not to welcome it and jump on board. That is why we’re letting you in on a little secret of ours, once again. The lucky yard sign.... Read More

    New Year Resolutions for Lexington, KY Home

    By Nick Ratliff | January 6, 2014

    2014 is here and most people are probably busy with their New Year’s resolutions. While working towards your own personal goals, here are some popular resolutions turned inside out for your Lexington home. 2014 is the year to start getting creative and taking care of your home! 1. Lose Weight = Reduce Energy Costs As... Read More

    How to Restore the Color of Your Brick Home

    By Nick Ratliff | October 21, 2013

    Whether a time tested Colonial style house or a modern take on the gabled Tudor, brick homes are as stylish now as ever before in Lexington. In neighborhoods like Andover, it’s rare you won’t find a brick home. As a building material, bricks are reliable, attractive and relatively inexpensive compared to ornamental woods or stone.... Read More

    Lexington’s 2013 Thriller & Halloween Parade

    By Nick Ratliff | October 5, 2013

    The leaves are changing color, and that means it’s the season for spooks, ghosts, and ghouls to emerge once more. Halloween only comes once a year, and Lexington really knows how to celebrate. The Thriller & Halloween Parade is a great family activity with dancing, a parade, and a spooky after party. On Saturday, October... Read More

    Hope for Haiti: Our Contribution

    By Nick Ratliff | October 3, 2013

    It isn’t rare to hear about great causes in the Lexington area. Notable groups and organizations are grinding away at various efforts daily, and when I had the chance to finally participate in Southland’s Hope for Haiti cause, I couldn’t stop thinking about it. Even though my contribution was minimal, I still left with a... Read More

    Great Places to Eat at in Lexington, KY

    By Nick Ratliff | July 29, 2013

    Lexington, Kentucky is the second largest city in the state and is known for being the Horse Capital of the World as well as Thoroughbred City. It is located in the center of Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region and has an estimated population of around 305,000 people. Lexington is a beautiful part of the South that features... Read More

    Things to Do Around Lexington, KY

    By Nick Ratliff | July 26, 2013

    Lexington, with its fertile pastures, was founded in McConnell Springs in 1775 and quickly grew into a thriving frontier town. With a love of the arts, education and horses, Lexington set the bar as the model for southern civility and charm. The city is steeped in frontier history and boasts such distinctive residents as Mary... Read More

    Get Ready for the 2013 Grand Tour of Homes

    By Nick Ratliff | July 10, 2013

    The Home Builders Association of Lexington announces the details of this year’s Grand Tour of Homes Event. Over three dozen homes can be visited during a total of four days in July. The 2013 Tour of Homes is scheduled for July 13-14 and July 20-21. Self-guided tours of 38 select homes found in Woodford, Jessamine,... Read More

    Lexington vs Louisville: Which City Will You Choose to Live In?

    By Nick Ratliff | June 21, 2013

    If you are thinking of relocating to Kentucky and can’t decide between Lexington and Louisville, here are some facts that may help. Although there are only 78 miles between one city and the other, they still have their differences. Lexington’s population is nearly 300,000 while Louisville’s is nearly 700,000. They both offer a quality education... Read More

    Your 4th of July Party Destination: Lexington, KY

    By Nick Ratliff | June 19, 2013

    Celebrate the Fourth of July in downtown Lexington as the whole city gears up for one of its biggest celebrations. With a long menu of great food, rocking music, and awe-inspiring fireworks, there’s nowhere else that can rival the city’s plans to give you a spectacular July 4th week. And if you think this years... Read More

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