Check out the latest music festival held on Prescott’s Town Square. Everything you love about small-town life comes out in full bloom… especially the Food Trucks.
In this episode, we cover Prescott’s monsoon season — and the cooler weather it brings… and what that has to do with lemons… And there’s a pug.
Prescott is a city of patriotism, and its residents honor those that serve. In this episode, we celebrate independence, discuss Prescott’s culture of patriotism, chat with some local law enforcement folks… and pet some dogs.
Moving from one place to another is fraught with challenges. Don’t be surprised if the ordeal takes a bigger toll on you than you anticipate, because none of us are getting any younger. That’s why it’s important to pick agents who have understanding, patience… and a willingness to coddle a bit when it’s needed. It’s likely you’ll need all three.
When people have spent most of their lives watching out for underhanded thieves and thugs, it’s hard to get them to relax. But when you are in Prescott, you are safe. You can let your guard down and rest easy… but it might take you a while.
When it comes to real estate, personal and family matters can loom large – larger than counter tops and 3-car garages. In this episode, we share some difficulties our clients have had trying to reconcile family demands, financial constraints, and their desire to make a new start.
People have different notions of what Prescott is like largely because it is a lot of things. Depending on where you are in the city, the ground around you can be very different.
In this episode, we take the Pickle Van on a magical mystery tour of the many different types of terrain Prescott has to offer.
As Summer sets in, Prescott opens up a bit after weeks of corona quarantine. Get the latest as we drive around in the Pickle Van, now decked out in all its splendor.
Most sellers don’t want to hear it… but when it comes to maximizing the selling price of your home, your best friend is just a bucket away: It’s paint! In this episode the Pickle Lady shares some horror stories of selling disasters that could have been covered up with an quick and easy coat or two.