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Happy HUDlween

In Articles by Chris Clayton

{{Halloween}} Already…the ghouls are among us and trick-or-treaters will be ringing the bell asking for money or food?? That’s right, Irish coming to America around 1846, from Ireland’s potato famine, began dressing up, going house to house, and asked for food or money, which has evolved into the trick-or-treat tradition we know today–$$Trick-or-Treat$$. Halloween, however, has been around much longer…say around …

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St. George Boom

In Articles by Chris Clayton

Dialing it in locally, after evaluating Brexit, St. George News indicated in January, 2016, that “another year of sustainable growth has been projected for 2016.” Dixie State University (DSU) has added to campus housing, Campus View Suites, increasing dormitory options with an additional 352 spaces. According to DSU the additional housing was completed in less than one year, and has provided students …

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Local Growth

In Articles by Chris Clayton

Brexit=Britain Exiting the European Union (EU), which, for those following the news, may impact the economic and political infrastructure.  It remains to be seen how this change will affect the United Kingdom, and perhaps other countries as well.  Furthermore, the EU promotes free trade within the Union, and now that the UK has gone through the referendum process, they are …

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“Location, Location, Location.”

In Articles by Nikki Nelson

Written by co-authors: Chris Clayton & Tamara Foster “Location, Location, Location.”   According to The New York Times, this phrase has been used since 1926, and still applies in its entirety today.   Gut feelings, warm fuzzy excitement, and intuition can help guide the process of homebuilding, but…these emotions are typically best served when balanced with sound, factual reasoning.   …

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Charm up your front porch!

In Articles by Yvonne Christensen

I’ve struggled with my front yard landscaping, we do not have a historic home with lots of architectural charm, we built in 2012 and this has been a from scratch work in progress. I live in St. George Utah which means most of the homes are done in stucco for a low maintenance exterior, so all that wood charm you …