Covid-19

What's for dinner: a love story.

food

I am a list maker and proud of it!

This year I’ve been turned on to Apple Notes and I’ve got to say, it’s really changed my life. Prior to Notes, I’ve tried it all… Evernote, paper journals/planners (that I never had with me when I needed it), hundreds of tiny pieces of paper or Post-It-Notes (who would have imagined this wasn’t a good system?), and Word/Pages documents (that were less than organized). I thought I might miss marking things off a paper list but using the Notes checklist and digitally checking off the items is super rewarding.  If you have have Apple products and are interested in learning more, this YouTube video really helped me get started. If you use Microsoft, I’ve heard they have a similar product called OneNote.

Notes makes my Real Estate career more organized and efficient.

I use it for brainstorming marketing ideas, check lists for listing meetings and closings, saving important pdfs, addresses and phone numbers that I frequently share with my clients, etc. 

Lately I’ve been using Notes for my latest hobby, quarantine meal planning. I’m usually a fly by the seat of my pants dinner planner but to make sure we have the food we need for various meals, and to not have a disaster of a dinner with everyone wanting to cry, I’ve turned to Notes to keep me organized. 

In case you are burned out on your regular meals and looking for ideas, here is a glance at my list that is mostly appreciated by our kids too (so it’s not too fancy). I’d love to hear recipes or...

The Louisville Real Estate Market and the Covid-19 Virus

Covid-19 and Louisville Real Estate

Believe it or not, the Louisville real estate market is moving right along as we experience this pandemic. I’m sure the market will not be as strong as a typical Spring, though we are seeing evidence that predict it will be stronger than at the onset of the 2008 mortgage crisis. 

Many factors continue to affect the sale of a home, including location, condition, price point, and days on market. Buyers still need to buy for various reasons, especially now when interest rates are still very low. If a properly priced home hits the market right now, you can bet it will be noticed and most-likely elicit an offer. 

Thankfully, Realtors are currently considered essential in the workforce. We continue to meet the needs of our clients and are developing creative and efficient ways to keep safety for all a top priority. Buyers and browsers will see less physical open houses (because Andy says, “We can’t be doing that!”) and more detailed virtual tours online. With FaceTime, Zoom, email and e-signing capabilities, meetings are happening with ease without having to leaving the home. 

Should you decide to tour a home, your agent should investigate whether the environment is safe. They should ask if all parties (buyers and sellers) are feeling well, and should make sure gloves, masks, booties and hand sanitizer are on hand for showings. We want to provide our buyers the opportunity to see a home of interest in a timely manner while keeping conditions safe for...

Virtual Showings

Continue your home search while keeping it safe

New listings are hitting the market every day. If you happen to see a home for sale that interests you but are currently observing social distance, let me do a video walk-thru with you.


Watch from the comfort of your own home on your mobile device or laptop while keeping yourself and others safe.

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