Join us at Cosmic Cowboy Grill Today, October 16, from 4-9pm. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to the Windermere Foundation! Eat in, Order Online, or Take-Out.
Fall is here! But with the beautiful fall weather comes some cold weather home-prep. Here’s a list from zillow.com to help get your home ready for the cold months ahead:
Average residential on less than 2 acres in Kootenai County continued to appreciate from this time last year. And in our smoky-skies month of August, recorded residential sales topped 690- a record! Often sellers think fall is not a good time to be on the market, but last year proved otherwise. In October-December 2017, we recorded 1127 residential sales, leaving just 7% of the homes on the market unsold during this time. Curious about your home’s value? Contact one of our agents today!
There is so much to do in our community during the fall season! Here’s a list of events and activities for you and your family to enjoy:
With the weather becoming cooler, and rainy days ahead, it’s time to welcome the Autumn season! Here is a cozy Mulled Apple Cider recipe to warm your heat and home. Use this recipe for family gatherings, keeping you and your family warm while you Trick-or-Treat, and for Open Houses you may have on your new listing!
Mulled Apple Cider
(Inspired by Good Housekeeping)
1 gallon apple cider
1/2 cup sugar or other sweetener of choice (like stevia)
3 Cinnamon Sticks
1 Tablespoon Whole cloves
2 oranges sliced thin
Optional: 2 cups rum
In a large pot, bring cider, cinnamon, cloves and sliced oranges to a boil. Stir in sugar or stevia until dissolved. Lower heat to lowest setting and simmer for an hour. Pour over strainer or sieve to remove spices and orange slices. Serve and Enjoy!
Summer isn’t the only season to buy a home! Here are 7 reasons to consider buying a home in the Fall:
With the heat of our beautiful summers also comes the threat of wildfire damage. Windermere has some tips on how to outfit your home to better survive a fire:
As summer comes to a close, it’s time to start thinking of kids going back to school. This means paying attention to School Zones as we drive to work, getting school supplies, and thinking about Bus safety. Here are some ideas to help make the transition Back to School safe for everyone!
A fire pit can be a great gathering place for entertaining and backyard gatherings. Here is a simple step-by-step guide to building your own!