Summer Reflections

As the summer begins to wind down and we notice a slight chill in the morning air, I like to look back on what our Tahome has provided me with this summer season.

The weather was perfect; I spent time out on the water boating with friends, watched live music from the beach, discovered a new recreation area outside of Truckee, celebrated a friend’s marriage camping at Sugar Pine State Park, and even completed my first Full Moon hike up Mt. Tallac!


But best of all, I was fortunate enough to aid 2 clients in closing on their First Home Purchases.

I recently completed a course focussing on the first time home buyer. Many people look at home ownership as something unattainable. This isn’t the case. As I’ve previously blogged about, looking at the benefits of rent vs buy are very important. There are so many First Time Home Buyer options out there. From Conventional first time home buyer loans to FHA/VA loans, a good lender will be able to find the right fit for you. Contact me should you have questions on how to move forward with first time home buying.

Remember, the answer is always No, unless you ask. 🙂

Together we can get in contact with a reputable lender and start the process of finding your First home here in Lake Tahoe!

Farmers’ Market Tahoe Sierra

Tuesday is one of my Favorite days of the week here in South Lake Tahoe!

Farmers’ Market Day!!

The Tuesday Farmers’ Market is located at the American Legion by the Tahoe Sierra Neighborhood from 8:00am – 1:00pm

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The El Dorado County Certified  Farmers’ Market Association (EDCCFMA) is incorporated as a non-profit, participates in the California Certified Farmers’ Markets and is dedicated to the farmers in El Dorado County. This markets local, just picked produce is sold by the farmers which is nutritionally superior unlike store produce which was picked days ago and miles away.  At the same time, you can meet the farmers and learn about their dedication to growing and harvesting, their farming practices and special preparation suggestions. You can learn what will be harvested soon and make plans and swap recipes with your community neighbors.

I’m a huge fan of supporting LOCAL, if you haven’t yet, go check it out next Tuesday!