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Real Estate Agent - Rector Hayden, Lexington, Ky
This is a place to learn and think about what makes a house a home. Buyers and sellers will find a garden will add value to their lives. A house with a working garden builds value and character and becomes a treasured home. As Lexington's Green Thumb Realtor I am dedicated to helping people discover the value of having a home with a garden.

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2010 

Affordable Homes with Great Soil for gardening in Gainesway Yes, Gainesway is one of my favorite communities because it has large lots, with brick homes and is in a great location. Gainesway was mostly built in the sixties.  It has larger lots with better soil than most.  So for the gardeners out...
03/30/2010
Continental Towers, Resort Living at Condo prices. Where can you catch a bus almost any time of the day, walk to some of the best shops in Lexington and live in a secure building with your utilities paid?   Continental Towers at 2121 Nicholasville Road may be one of the best kept secrets in Lexin...
03/30/2010
Yesterday I wrote about the "Live Where you Work Program" that gives buyers $15,000 if they work at the University of Kentucky and buy a home in the qualifing geographical area. Today I want to give a general overview of the prices of the homes that sell in this area and give some examples of hom...
03/28/2010
  The University of Kentucky Wildcats are having a terrific basketball season.  They won again Thursday and play tonight for a trip to the final four.    Another terrific thing about the University of Kentucky is they will actually give you $15,000 to buy a home  if you work at the University.   ...
03/27/2010
 Looking for Five Star Sellers March Madness is just around the corner.  Since my favorite college sport is basketball I am going to use the evaluation of a basketball player to help home sellers understand how they can make it much easier to sell their home.   Every recruiting service evaluates ...
03/03/2010
Is Kentucky's Senator Bunning just a Thoughtless Old Man? My friend Richard McInteer shared this story with me recently. "This last summer I had an opportunity to spend some time in a tiny town in the Rocky Mountains.  While the town is a lovely place, they were having a problem.  There were bea...
03/03/2010
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