Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving to all our friends and family!

Just wanted to take a moment to say Happy Thanksgiving to all our extended friends and family! I am thankful for each and every one of you in my life and I wish you a great day of food, football and family!

Saturday, November 22, 2008

A look at Radcliff, Kentucky

With all the recent talk of BRAC and the much anticipated influx of families affected by the realignment, we wanted to showcase some of the local area in our blog. Radcliff Kentucky is just outside the Army post at Ft. Knox Kentucky and is a community that has seen many changes in recent years.
One of the larger employers in Radcliff is Cardinal Health which is located at 501 W Lincoln Trail Blvd., and they manage medications for nearby hospitals and distribute medical and surgical supplies.

Close by is the Colvin Community Center which brings an Olympic junior size pool as well as a wading pool for younger children, tennis, basketball, shuffleboard and lots of playground equipment. There is a fully equipped kitchen and meeting rooms for your community get-togethers.
Next door to Colvin Community center is the Radcliff Justice Center and we were lucky enough to be by there to watch the local fire department decorating the Christmas tree with their ladder trucks.

Another active shopping center nearby is home to the Peddlers mall, a great place to shop for antique's and handmade crafts as well as lots of other interesting things, and the government contractor Northrop Grumman and a 24/7 Fitness center, Snap Fitness, as well as a golf shop and driving range. With several other stores from nail salons to dollar stores there seems to be a variety to suit most anyone.

Another unique thing about the Radcliff area is all the Antique shops you can visit. If you are a fan of antiquing, this is the area for you because several of the nearby smaller communities are well known for their small, family owned shops and eateries.
Other places of interest include shopping at chains like Walmart, Food Lion, some smaller chain stores like Hibbits and Cato, and restaurants like Applebees, Jerry's, Asian Buffet, and others with German food, Korean, Mexican and Mom and Pop type establishments. There is sure to be a favorite for every member of your family.
A couple other places that are unique to Radcliff are the Challenger Learning Center where local students get a memorable hands on experience and where some local events take place. Also the skate park located at the entrance to Radcliff City park. This has been a place for youth to practice their skating skills in a safe place.

This community is very much about the children with fun places like Blazers Family Fun and a Roller Skating rink and lots of other places to enjoy with friends and family. If you are planing to move to our area, and want to know more details of any of the opportunities in our area, don't hesitate to contact our Team and we can get the answers you need. Visit our Website at for other local resources too.

Great local attraction!

We took a little trip this week to Saunders Springs in nearby Radcliff, Kentucky which is located near the back gate of Ft. Knox. The entrance now has 3 authentic log homes that have been brought from nearby locations and restored on site. Within the park, there are trails that would keep you hiking for days, and creeks and water reservoirs and great photo opportunities everywhere. A lot of local people take advantage of the natural backgrounds here and make it part of their engagement photos or family photos, etc. There are a number of picnic facilities from tables to covered pavilions and public restrooms for family gatherings or reunion events. You can find out more by visiting this link: Saunders Springs Enjoy a few photos we took last week too.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Going Paperless

Ok, our office recently decided to go paperless and I am curious what others are using to manage their paperless files. We have a Xerox machine that allows us to email documents to ourselves so we just email a copy of the original contract and store it by property name on our hard drive. We also save a back up copy too. We keep all photos of each property in a folder along with all other documentation and keep a log file for any notes we make on each property. Right now it is kind of tedious because it is different from what we are accustom to, but I think in the long run it is going to be much easier to manage not to mention all the trees we are saving. I also us a program called DoPDF which shows up as a printer in your list of printers. If you have a document, say an email you want to keep a copy of from a client and instead of printing it for the file, you simply choose DoPDF from the list of printers and it creates a PDF file that you just have to name and file in it's corresponding property file. This has been very handy in recent months.Another simple way to eliminate some of your clutter is to choose paperless billing with all of your monthly bills. Most electric companies and other utility companies have this option if you visit their websites. In most cases you can even save the cost of the postage because this service is free if you pay online. If you keep copies of your bills for your taxes, just simply print to DoPDF and save it to a file labeled taxes and you saved paper yet again. So what other option are available to help a small business go paperless? What online storage options are you finding easiest to use? Would love to hear what works for you!

Looking for a unique gift or just something different?

With Christmas just around the corner, I always have those couple of people on my list that are hard to buy for. Well a couple of years ago, I heard about the Trappist Monks who live at the nearby Abbey Of Gethsemani. They have a gift shop on the grounds and even have a website where you can order some of their unique products. From Fruit cakes to cheese and fudge, there is something for everyone on your list. They also have jellies and jams and different butter spreads as well as coffee from the Venezuela Monestery where the monks grow this in the Andes Mountains.The gift shop also includes stoneware pieces as well as lots of books and religious items so if you have time and enjoy places off the beaten path, this is one place you don't want to miss.

I recently visited with my friend Birgit and we enjoyed the quietness of the grounds and of course brought home some cheeses. My favorite is the Aged variety and definately is something that keeps me traveling those back roads to Trappist Kentucky a couple times a year. You can visit the website for the gift shop at or visit their regular website at to learn more about this unique place. The photos here are ones I have taken durning visits to the Abbey.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Welcome To The Team Steve and Sandy

We would like to welcome Steve and Sandy Wallace to the Marsha Booth & Associates Team of Re/Max Executive Group, Inc.
Steve and Sandy have been a part of the Re/Max family for 7 years and we are excited to have them join our team! They have both been in real estate for 13 years and have 5 children, one of which is also a Realtor at Re/Max Executive Group, Inc. In addition to their 5 children, they also have 10 grand children! Steve and Sandy both bring so much to our team already and we are excited for what the future holds.

One thing close to the hearts of both Steve and Sandy is their pets! They have 6 rescue animals, 3 Dachshunds, 1 ShiTzu, 1 mini-Pinschur and 1 cat. They love their animals and have fostered all of them to give them the quality lives they deserve.

So far 2008 has been an exciting year for us at Marsha Booth and Associates and we look forward to continued growth in 2009.

Monday, November 3, 2008

Make your vote count tomorrow!

Please make your vote count tomorrow! Either way, this election will be historical so make sure your vote counts! See you at the polls!

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Successful and Fun Halloween Event!

As you can see by the photos, we had a great time at the 6th Annual Re/Max Halloween event at the Re/Max Complex in Elizabethtown on Friday night. Although the crowd was not quite as big as it was last year, we had a steady stream of ghosts and goblins stop by for candy and glow bracelets. We had the front part of the office decorated with bats and eyeballs and were playing some favorite Halloween sounds while the room was lit by a flashing strobe light which made the room scary to quite a few little ones as well as a few big kids too. A potluck brought everyone together at the main office were we enjoyed home made broccoli and cheese soup, hot wings, carrot cake and many other dishes brought by Re/Max team members. Dracula was on hand for photos in front of one of the offices, and several blow up creatures adorned the parking areas. It was a safe, family atmosphere enjoyed by lots of children and families. Remember us next year where we will be sure to have even more plans for a great evening of fun!

Friday, October 31, 2008

6th Annual Re/Max Halloween Event

Come on out to the Re/Max Executive Group, Inc. complex tonight from 5-8 PM to have a safe place for your children to trick or treat and enjoy numerous activities too. Each independent office in the complex will have folks ready to greet your trick or treaters, some will be in costume so come on out and enjoy a night with the kids.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Glendale Crossing Festival

This past weekend on Saturday October 18th was the Glendale Crossing Festival in nearby Glendale Kentucky. It was the 31st annual festival and drew a great crowd. With somewhere between 350 to 400 booths there was lots to see and do. The exhibits range from handmade jewlry to unique items like hand painted turkey feathers created by an Amish family not far from our local area. There is live music performed at the grandstand, and tons of festival food from pork burgers to Deep Fried Oreos! It is a great place to shop for unique gifts for those hard to shop for people on your list. There was a parade as well and several tractor demonstrations and tons of antiques. The weather was perfect and next years festival is sure to be even better.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Upcomming Jackie O Event

On October 23, 2008 from 6 Pm to 9 Pm An Exhibit of personal photographs of Jackie O will be on display to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society at the First Federal Savings Bank in Elizabethtown, KY. As you may or may not know, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis lost her battle to lymphoma, but you can help us find a cure so that others are able to survive. Please support our efforts to raise awareness about blood cancers while paying tribute to an American icon.
This event is by invitation, and there will be a silent auction as well as a cash bar and donations will be taken at the door. This will be an event to remember so mark it on your calendar. If you would like to attend, or have questions or to RSVP, please contact Jen Pitts at 502.584.8490 or If you would like to be involved at a sponsor level, we are taking donations of all types of services such as spa packages, and donations of paintings, or electronics, etc. The collection of 28 personal photographs taken by renowned photographer Jacques Lowe provides a glimpse of Kennedy life before and during the White House era.
Plan to attend this exciting event.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Have you seen ZipSkinny yet?

I found this great little website that is useful if you are moving to a new zip code or trying to decide which zip code in a particular area you might want to settle in. You can easily compare several different zip codes and find information such as Educational Achievements, Marital Status, Newcomer Appeal/Stability of each area, approx. household income, Occupations, as well as some general info such as population and land/water area. Check out our zip code here or compare it to your own by visiting this cool site. While you are there, don't forget to check out the schools listed in your zip code. Remember too that in a community such as ours, the schools are mostly county schools so they would actually pull up under several different zip codes. If you are moving to our area, you might also want to check out Radcliff (40160), Ft. Knox (40121), Cecilia (42724), Vine Grove (40175), Hodgenville (42748), and Brandenburg (40108).

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Collecting Caps for Cancer RETRACTION!

Ok, so I got to thinking about the email I sent out about a week ago about collecting water bottle caps for cancer and wondered if it was too good to be true.
This idea came to me via my daughter's school where they announced a girl attending U of L who had cancer and was collecting the caps to help defer the cost of her chemo treatments. I thought it was a great idea so I brought it up to the office. Of course everyone was eager to help and had enlisted their families too, but after doing some hunting online, I found the info to be misleading. I called the school to see if I could verify the girls name and where she was receiving cancer treatment in hopes that we could continue collections, but after they did some investigating they too found nothing concrete to support that collecting the caps would indeed be accepted for treatments. So, it is with much sadness that we will no longer be collecting caps for cancer and in the future will try to do my investigating well before publishing a "grand idea" and getting everyone involved. What a shame that someone would even come up with an idea like this and it not be true. The children at the school will also be disappointed when they find out this was not true. They had already collected a substantial number of caps and now there is no place to donate them.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Do you Stumble? Foxfire Magic!

Ok, I have found an awesome way to find some really unique websites! If you use Mozilla Foxfire as your browser, you have most likely heard of Stumble. But have you actually tried it? Be careful, it can be very addicting!

I have found so many great sites on Stumble that I may start posting some of my favorites! One that I recently came across and thought was very unique and useful too was Check it out if you have a few minutes and it is sure to be a favorite for you too, especially if you have teenagers!

I guess I should explain for those of you who have no idea about Stumble! It is just a button on your browser that you click and it takes you to random sites associated with choices you make when you first download it. For instance I choose Photography as one of my picks and so I get a lot of unique photography sites and they are great for ideas maybe for Advertising or family photographs? I also picked Technology as one of my choices and came across one of my favorites This site offers a ton of great Techie info and you too will want to check back on this one often.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Useful info for just about anyone!

In 1953 an amazing product was invented under the name Water Displacement #40, more commonly know today as WD -40. I know what your thinking, why am I posting about WD-40, but I bet you didn't know all the cool ways you can use this product. Below are just some of them that have been proven to work. I even went out and bought me a can just to test some of these theories and I was happily surprised with the ones I tried. So you try a couple and let us know what you think!
1) Protects silver from tarnishing.
2) Removes road tar and grime from cars.
3) Cleans and lubricates guitar strings.
4) Gives floors that ..just-waxed.. sheen without making it slippery.
5) Keeps flies off cows.
6) Restores and cleans chalkboards.
7) Removes lipstick stains
8) Loosens stubborn zippers.
9) Untangles jewelry chains.
10) Removes stains from stainless steel sinks.
11) Removes dirt and grime from the barbecue grill.
12) Keeps ceramic/terra cotta garden pots from oxidizing.
13) Removes tomato stains from clothing.
14) Keeps glass shower doors free of waterspots.
15) Camouflages scratches in ceramic and marble floors.
16) Keeps scissors working smoothly.
17) Lubricates noisy door hinges on vehicles and doors in homes
18) It removes black scuff marks from the kitchen floor! Open some windows if you have a lot of marks.
19) Bug guts will eat away the finish on your car. Removed quickly, with WD-40!
20) Gives a children's play gym slide a shine for a super fast slide.
21) Lubricates gear shift on lawn mowers.
22) Rids kids rocking chairs and swings of squeaky noises.
23)=2 0Lubricates tracks in sticking home windows and makes them easier to open.
24) Spraying an umbrella stem makes it easier to open and close.
25) Restores and cleans padded leather dashboards in vehicles, as well as vinyl bumpers.
26) Restores and cleans roof racks on vehicles.
27) Lubricates and stops squeaks in electric fans.
28) Lubricates wheel sprockets on tricycles, wagons, and bicycles for easy handling.
29) Lubricates fan belts on washers and dryers and keeps them running smoothly.
30) Keeps rust from forming on saws and saw blades, and other tools.
31) Removes splattered grease on stove.
32) Keeps bathroom mirror from fogging.
33) Lubricates prosthetic limbs.
34) Keeps pigeons off the balcony (they hate the smell).
35) Removes all traces of duct tape.
36) Folks even spray it on their arms, hands, and knees to relieve arthritis pain .
37) Florida's favorite use 'Cleans and removes love bugs from grills and bumpers.'
38) Protects the Statue of Liberty from the elements.
39) WD-40 attracts fish. Spray a LITTLE on live bait or lures and you will be catching the big one in no time.
40) Fire ant bites . It takes the sting away immediately and stops the itch.
41) WD-40 is great for removing crayon from walls. Spray on the ma rk and wipe with a clean rag.
42) If you've washed and dried a tube of lipstick with a load of laundry, saturate the lipstick spots with WD-40 and re-wash. Presto! Lipstick is gone!
43) If you spray WD-40 on the distributor cap, it will displace the moisture and allow the car to start.
I keep a can of WD-40 in my kitchen cabinet over the stove. It is good for oven burns or any other type of burn. It takes the burned feeling away and heals with NO scarring
Remember, the basic ingredient is FISH OIL

Need a signature?

Ok, so I came across this site that will allow you to create your own signature file to use for your blog, or to sign a comment on someone else's blog, or for you to use in your out going emails, etc. The site is and it is free and takes you through all the steps of creating your own signature. The site offers over 120 different fonts to choose from as well as a wide range of sizes and colors to make your signature more unique. It is a quick alternative to your hand written signature when it is not convenient to use it. So try it, create your own!

Friday, August 22, 2008

What’s all the buzz?

The Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, designed to stimulate the housing market is the perfect opportunity for first time homebuyers. A $7500 tax credit is available to first time buyers under this Act and would get the housing market moving again in the right direction. Another benefit this Stimulus package brings fourth is raises to the loan limits of FHA and GSE loans. This will save the consumer thousands in interest payments over the duration of their loans. If you are looking to make a home purchase, take advantage of this newest option because it does have a time limit and is set to expire July 2, 2009. If you would like more information about the impact this will have, you can read the article by visiting the following link:

Sunday, August 10, 2008

The Olympics

Do you follow the Olympics? I don't usually but I had the chance to watch the Men's Volleyball today and it caught my attention and then Michael Phelps winning his first Gold medal of 8 he hopes to win this year at the Beijing Olympics. I also caught parts of the opening ceremony and if you have not seen any of it, look for it online because they really went all out to make it very special. If you are interested, you can visit Olympics on Yahoo Sports to see a current medal count. As of right now, USA is ahead with 8 medals, China in second place with 3 medals.
So what's your favorite sport to watch at the Olympics? Check the schedule on the Yahoo Sports page above to see when you can watch your favorites!

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Heritage Hill

I enjoyed an afternoon last week at Heritage Hill in Shepardsville, KY and just wanted to share what a truly beautiful community this is! Any buyer would love what they have created here, from the wonderful homes to the golf course all within a beautifully designed community. To get a better look, visit their website at and seefor your self all it has to offer. From the beautiful greens, to the Restaurant or club house and pool, you are sure to see something for every member of your family.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Open Houses?

I read an article today about OPEN Houses and what they mean in today’s market. I don’t know how everyone else feels but I feel that an open house is still an effective way to market a home.
From a personal stand point, I think if a buyer is considering a certain home, they are going to do everything possible to get a look and feel for the home and photos and virtual tours only give you so much. And maybe you are considering a particular home and want your mother’s opinion? You have already toured the home and there is an upcoming open house scheduled, just take mom by the house and let her get a look too. Maybe you can’t remember if the 3rd bedroom is big enough for a full size bed? An open house allows you the freedom to tour the home again without feeling like you have to make a special appointment to get another look.

From a realtor standpoint, anyone who comes to an open house is obviously looking for a home or at least knows someone who will need your services in the future. An open house is a great way to let people know the types of services you offer and also a way for you to reach people who you don’t already know. Hand out those business cards and pay attention to what people’s needs are. Even if it is not an immediate need, someday they may call you and it will be worth the time you spent getting to know them.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Home A Rama/Parade of Homes

HOME A RAMA- How exciting!
Were you able to get to the home show this week in Louisville? I was able to take some time and go and it was well worth the trip. The homes showcased were beautiful and the new techniques and designs are fabulous. The Neighborhood that was on display was "Locust Creek" and there were guides in each home explaining the details of the different designs.
Our local Parade of Homes is almost ready for the September unveiling! We have it listed in "The Orchard" and it has been great to watch the expertise of the builders bring it all together. I am very excited to be a part of this and the other Parade of Homes in our area. Watch in September so you can tour this beautiful home too! I have included a couple of photos so you can get a sneak peek!

2008 Parade of Homes

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

New trend in the horizon?

New trend in the horizon?
Ok, I saw on HGTV the other night "Sleep on It", a show that encouraged a potential homebuyer to sleep over at the house that they were most interested in purchasing. It gives the client the opportunity to spend a night in the house and see if it is a good fit all round. Now I see this as a good idea, but might hurt the sale of a lot of homes too. Maybe there is a train that runs nearby or a loud neighbor coming in from work at 3:00 AM? Not exactly things you have any control over but would possibly be a deal breaker. Our company has not had a request for this yet, but I wondered if anyone has had any requests for this and how did you handle it? With today's "Try before you buy" marketing, I can easily see how this would be a up and coming idea for real estate too. What do you think?

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Recycle In Elizabethtown

Ok, if your office is like our office, you occasionally have old newspapers laying around, not to mention cardboard boxes from new equipment or office supplies you have purchased. Well, why not start recycling at your office. It doesn't take much effort, and the impact you can make can be something that makes a difference for your children and grandchildren now and in the future.
There are several locations now where Elizabethtown is taking recyclable products so grab those discarded newspapers and those empty water bottles and start making an effort to bring change to your office and your home too.

As a family, we visit the recycle center about once a week, just add it to a previously planned trip to town. It takes little effort on our part, just removing the cap from our water bottles, rinsing those milk jugs, and instead of throwing away that empty cereal box, we just break it down and add it to the other cardboard products we used to throw in the trash. It quickly becomes addictive, and almost a challenge to see what you can recycle. Drive up to one of the trailers and see for yourself the impact recycling is having here locally. They are quickly finding the need for more trailers and drop off locations because so many are beginning to make that effort.

Did you know a stack of newspapers just 3 feet tall will save one tree? 17 trees can be saved by recycling 1 ton of newspaper. Start stacking them in a closet and see just how fast they add up. Start small and see how good you feel about your efforts. I challenge you to pay attention for one week to the number of things you throw away that can easily be recycled. Now multiply that number by the number of people in your office—staggering isn't it? Start making a difference today!

What are some ways your office recycles? Let us know! These photos are how we collect our recyclables – doesn't require much space, and no more effort than discarding in the trash.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Nearby Bardstown Kentucky

Have you spent any time in Bardstown Kentucky? There are a lot of interesting things there worth checking out! Like the haunted Jail House estimated to be about 200 years old. They have made it a bed and breakfast and you can stay behind bars if you choose! If you venture out back, there they say men were hanged right in the courtyard. It is a beautiful setting but does have an eerie feel to it.
A few blocks down we came across a Museum of Whiskey History. There were a lot of interesting things here too, and I was able to get a unique photo here. This would be a place I would like to return and spend some time. There is Saint Josephs Cathedral in Bardstown also and it was a beautiful place to see. There is lots of history here and there is usually somone there to give you a tour and tell you the history. The stained glass always gets my attention and also made for a great photo. I have found many other great places in Bardstown and if you have guests in from another place, this is a great place to spend a day. There is definitely something for everyone here.
Is there a favorite place you like to visit nearby? That is one of the great things about living in Elizabethtown, there are so many great places in and around the area that you can spend a day visiting or just a couple hours. I love to just grab the camera and go-- you never know what you will find and want to remember!

Happy Birthday Realtors!!

The National Association of Realtors celebrates 100 years this year! Just where would we be without our Realtors? If you are reading this take a few minutes to call your Realtor or send a quick email and just let them know how much you appreciate them. I met my Realtor some 15 years ago, that was before Marsha (obviously she is my realtor) was a Realtor. We became friends first, watched each others children grow up and each of us choosing different careers. We remained friends, and when we decided it was time for a change some 10 years ago, of course I trusted my friendto help us with the difficult work of selling our house and buying our home. The rest is history and we love our home, and although we plan to stay put, I would work with Marsha again in an instant if our situation changed again and we decided to move again. Marsha didn't just help find our home, she built a relationship with our family and I believe she makes a point to do that with everyone she meets.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Are you using

Ok, we have found a gem of a product especially considering the price! FREE! We found kinda by accident, but have tried it and really find it useful.
Ok, picture this....driving home after work and you remember a fax you were supposed to send but forgot because you got busy with something else. You need to try to remember first thing the next morning to send that fax so grab your cell phone, select Jott from your contact list and send yourself a message. Jott transcribes your voice into an email as well as a text sent directly to your phone. Want your husband to grab a gallon of milk on the way home from work but you know he won't be able to answer his phone right now? Jott him, he will get a text and know to get the milk, thus saving you time and hassle. You can create lists within your Jott online account and even print them for use later. You can even get rss feeds via your Jott. You don't have to be real tech savy to use it, just give it a try. We think you will like it! We do!

Great opportunities at our upcoming OPEN DOOR EVENT

We are having an OPEN DOOR EVENT at Marsha Booth & Associates on July 10th, from 3-7 PM that we are inviting the public to. We will to have a lender on site to talk to people who may have injured credit and want to find solutions to fix their credit to possibly purchase a home. There will be free credit reports as well as FREE GAS cards given away each hour. We will have agents on duty to show any of the properties in the MLS so come prepared to find your new home! This opportunity is all about you, and we just want to help you reach your goals. There is no obligation and there is no cost for this event.
We would love to see you come out for this event. You can find us easily by entering the ReMax Complex just down from the new Kohls department store, and look for the red awning! We hope to see you there!

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Working on a new home project?

One of the great benefits of being a Realtor is the businesses we have the opportunity to partner up with. We can offer our clients a 10% off your home projects up to $5000 if you just click on the Lowes banner and fill out the simple form it directs you too. It also gives you a look at some great Magazines offered by Lowes after you sign up. This is a great opportunity to finish those projects you started.

Friday, June 27, 2008

Finally Friday!

Well, we had a fun day today! The boss was out! :) Our junior assistant was here today, Mercedes! We kept her busy stuffing envelopes and making copies! Kala.....well this picture says it all....
We have been brainstorming our database all day and still are up in the air about what we need to do. We have 3 diffrent databases we are trying to set up and want them all to be as easy as possible to use. So, what's your opinion? Which data base do you use? We need to keep all three seperate for different things.
We have an event planned for mid July that we are also working on propmoting. It is going to be an OPEN DOOR EVENT, and we plan to offer on site Injured Credit Solutions as well as free credit reports. Our in house Mortgage Loan Officer Birgit will be here to speak with anyone who needs assistance or has questions. We are giving away $25 worth of free gas each hour of the event too, and we all could use a little help in that area now right?? We also plan to have agents on site if you would like to tour any property in the MLS, or you can view any of the properties in the MLS right here in the office. So, if you have some time Thursday July 10th from 3-7, stop by and see what we have to offer. Just remeber, look for the Red Awning over our doors, you can't miss it in the ReMax Complex! Bring your business card too! Oh, and one more thing, there will be coffee!

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Thursday, June 26, 2008

A little background if you will......

Well this blog is going to be a collective effort by us to keep you entertained, informed and updated on all that is here at Marsha Booth & Associates. First off, let me say we are a Real Estate Company that has recently opened....or rather branched off from our main office, ReMax Executive Group, Inc., here in Elizabethtown Kentucky. Right now our team is made up of 3 full time Realtors and two administrative assistants. Marsha, being an associate broker and full of great ideas and highly motivated is responsible for this great company. Among our group is her daughter Kala who attends college and works here part time. Then there is Wanda, tell it like it is, mother of two, wife to Kelly and loves her coffee in the morning -Wanda. Kim, mother of three, worked in finance a good part of her life so knows the in's and out's of the money end of any real estate deal. She's quiet but always has lots going on so she is always on the go. Then there's me, Cindi, newest member of the team, mother of two, and always looking for more time in the day! We seem to work well together, and collectively have a lot to share. So this is our "water cooler" if you will, a place to let it out and share ideas with you and among ourselves. Feel free to comment if you find something interesting, or if you just have something to add. So grab a cup of coffee and look for another post real soon!