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Monthly Archives: April 2017

    Spring Cleaning Checklist

    By Jessica Marquardt | April 28, 2017

    ‘Tis the season for bursting open the curtains, sweeping under the rug, and letting the sun shine in! Here you’ll find a list of how to deep-clean your house just in time for spring. Feel free to download the list, share with your friends, and let us know if you know someone who is looking... Read More

    Neighborhood Highlight: Douglass Hills

    By Jessica Marquardt | April 26, 2017

    Douglass Hills boats a heartfelt community full of neighborhood events and concerts, beautiful parks, and access to great Jefferson County Public Schools. Douglass Hills is a well-established, highly sought after neighborhood. Interested in the current listings in Douglass Hills? Click HERE!  What are the public schools for Douglass Hills?  Hite Elementary School Middletown Elementary School Crosby... Read More

    Your To Do List? Done– For Free!

    By Jessica Marquardt | April 19, 2017

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    Louisville City’s New Stadium to Open in Butchertown

    By Jessica Marquardt | April 17, 2017

    After a win over Tampa Bay this weekend, Louisville City soccer is celebrating not only a great game, but a new stadium. Louisville City started playing in 2015, and is currently a member of USL (United Soccer League) and is a Division 2 Team. Louisville City made it to the USL Eastern Conference Final in 2015 and... Read More

    Is the internet the best place to find your home value?

    By Jessica Marquardt | April 7, 2017

    It feels so simple to type your address into the internet and find out the value of your home, but is the answer you’re getting accurate? Almost certainly not. These online tools themselves admit that the issue of home value is more complicated than a few numbers punched into an equation. Firstly, the interior condition... Read More

    Waterfront Wednesday 2017 Lineup

    By Jessica Marquardt | April 6, 2017

    Waterfront Wednesday is among one of the summer favorites here in Louisville. On the last Wednesday of each month through September, locals gather on the Waterfront under the Big Four Bridge for concerts, food, and entertainment. Admission is free, and the event is child-friendly (but no animals are allowed). Yogis, acrobats, and flow artists utilize... Read More

    Top Louisville Local Coffee Shops

    By Jessica Marquardt | April 4, 2017

    Louisville is known as a foodie haven, but it is also full of delicious independent coffee shops! Some of them are single locations, and some have multiples– easier to enjoy no matter where you are in the city! We’ve linked the YELP page for each shop so you can read hundreds of reviews from other... Read More

    Top 5 Easiest (and Trendiest!) Houseplants

    By Jessica Marquardt | April 3, 2017

    There’s nothing quite like having live plants in your home. They not only add color and vibrancy, but they also can improve the air quality in your home. Some plants are easy to keep alive, and some are rather delicate. In honor of spring, we’ve compiled a list of the five easiest and trendiest houseplants... Read More