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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.



  Yesterday I had the pleasure of walking some of the tranquil trails of 794 Possum Trot in Clay County.  The stark beauty of late winter with dark red cardinals flying from bush to bush and the soggy leaves with the trillium leaves beginning to push through the deciduous matt made the visit a s...
My first visit to Wilmore was a drive through the town on my way to my son's wedding at High Bridge Park. Just driving through the town made me yearn to stop and get acquainted. Since arriving in Lexington and getting the opportunity to help people sell their homes in Wilmore I have been greatly ...
Bourbon County prices drop 14 percent in 2010.  In an earlier report I noted that Fayette county just to the southwest of Bourbon County had jumped in prices by 4 percent.  Bourbon county is much more rural and is mostly horse farms.  If there were even one more horse farm that sold in 2009 that ...
Good News or Bad News? - The Fayette County Market Report If you have been waiting to buy this month the Rector Hayden Market Report may be bad news.  Prices of homes sold in Fayette County actually climbed 4 percent in 2010.   The good news for you buyers is that prices are still low and interes...

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