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Comment balloon 6 commentsDebra Leisek • May 23 2020 09:19AM


Good morning Debra. Memorial day, what's that? Chicago remains shelter in place with all parks and the lakefront closed. Enjoy your day!

Posted by Wayne Martin, Real Estate Broker - Retired (Wayne M Martin) 8 months ago

Debra, hope you enjoy this Holiday weekend, and get some of these homes SOLD!

Posted by Joan Cox, Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time (House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373) 8 months ago

Hello Wayne Martin I cannot imagine living in a place like Chicago or Michigan right now. Alaska is open for business and Beaches and Parks and FIshing! Hope your mayor comes around soon

Thank you Joan Cox So far it has been a productive weekend and I got a nap too!!

Posted by Debra Leisek ( Bay Realty,Inc Homer Alaska) 8 months ago

Good Day Debra Leisek - Love your inventory! People looking to buy in Homer will be well served by you. Nobody I know knows Homer like you!

I hope your day is going well and that sun shines on you. Take care!

Posted by Patricia Feager, MBA, CRS, GRI,MRP, Selling Homes Changing Lives (DFW FINE PROPERTIES) 8 months ago

Hello Patricia Feager, MBA, CRS, GRI,MRP   I was just thinking about you and wondering how you are doing in Flower Mound.... that intrigues me FLower Mound  sounds lovely.....  although if you have ever been through Garden City Kansas... the name is pretty but the smell of the local stockyard.... not so much!!

Happy Weekend!!

Posted by Debra Leisek ( Bay Realty,Inc Homer Alaska) 8 months ago

Hello Debra Leisek - Your friendship is very enduring and your interest in Flower Mound gave me good reason to think about that question. I have never traveled to Garden City, Kansas, or other cities such as Garden City, NJ. But the name garden does create images of paradise like qualities. I don't think I could live in a city with stockyard odors, nor would I be happy if I didn't notice it until after I moved in.

When I relocated to TX, it was because of a job relocation. I had no previous knowledge or experience. The first year was a culture shock but as I became more familiar with the area, and started looking at houses the next year, I was attracted to the name of the city and it appealed to my senses. Population was low. It was primarily all newer construction. Flowers growing along the roadsides as I had imagined thanks to Lady Bird Johnson. I was drawn to the diversity of equestrian centers, horses, manicured golf courses, and the feeling I got 23 years ago. 

All that has changed. The population is far greater. Road construction cut into the views and congestion started and never stopped. Those new homes aged and homes I could never afford popped up to change many neighborhoods. I don't have odors like stockyards, but the beauty didn't last. Would I choose Flower Mound now? I would have to think long and hard before answering because other surrounding cities changed too. Which leads me to this question. Do people get an impression of a city by its name or is there really something there that feels like home?  

Posted by Patricia Feager, MBA, CRS, GRI,MRP, Selling Homes Changing Lives (DFW FINE PROPERTIES) 8 months ago

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