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Sam Hatfield Realty January 2010 Newsletter

 

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Sam Hatfield
Owner / Broker
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NEWSLETTER OF

SAM HATFIELD REALTY, INC.

4470 Mansford Road
Winchester, TN 37398

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REAL ESTATE SALES, LAKE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, LAKE VACATION RENTALS

January 2010
 
Happy New Year from the staff of Sam Hatfield Realty, Inc.! 


Featured Home
New Construction - New Year! 

MLS#1139816

0 Chestnut Street  

$519,000

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4 bedroom, 3 bath, lakefront home located in Highland Ridge Subdivision.  Sit out on the decks and enjoy the views of Tims Ford Lake.  This house is built very close to the water and has very few steps to the dock.


TIMS FORD LAKE PROPERTIES INFORMATION

TOTAL LAKE HOMES FOR SALE - TO DATE: 69
TOTAL LAKE HOMES LISTED DURING DECEMBER: 6

TOTAL LAKE LOTS FOR SALE - TO DATE: 113
TOTAL LAKE LOTS LISTED DURING DECEMBER: 1

DECEMBER SALES ACTIVITY:

LAKE HOMES SOLD: 1
LAKE LOTS SOLD: 0

December New Listings

0 Chestnut Street  MLS #1139816  $519,000

4 bedroom, 3 bath, lakefront home located in Highland Ridge Subdivision.  Sit out on the decks and enjoy the views of Tims Ford Lake.  This house is built very close to the water and has very few steps to the dock.


 

Calendar of Events

 

January 1 - HAPPY NEW YEAR

 

January 18 - Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday

 

 


 

Cleaning up after the holidays
 

Ways to responsibly clean up after the season of giving, and welcome the New Year with some old fashioned recycling.

         Recycle your tree and wreath:  For those who went with the real tree and garland.  *Don't forget to remove lights, tinsel, ribbon, bows, ornaments, and other festive decorations.  The trees will be chipped up into mulch and used in local landscaping.*

         Recycle the cardboard:  All the boxes from new TVs, computers, and more can be recycled.

         Save and store those ribbons and bows:  From gift bags to bows, there are many holiday items that can be reused year after year for great decoration and wrapping.  Keep just one box of sturdy gift bags and ribbons from year to year - less to purchase next year, and less stuff headed to the landfill.

         Recycle wrapping paper and cards:  Recycling has come a long way over the past few years, and you can now recycle wrapping paper of all colors and textures, as well as holiday cards in with mixed paper at the drop off centers.  For even better way to reduce and reuse, save good pieces of wrapping paper and even cards for use next year.  Tearing off the front of holiday card and using it for a gift tag next year is a thrifty and fabulous way to reuse.

         Consider donating usable items:  Get a new, bigger TV?  Change from DVD to Blu-Ray?  Keep the cycle going, and give a gift in return.  Donate your usable, durable goods to one of many local thrift stores and charities.

 

Now that the holidays are over, how do I get things back to normal?

 

Many people experience a certain let down after the holidays.  The weather is usually bleak and un-decorating can be a chore.  So why not have a party!  Many people have tree decorating parties, why not have an un-decorating party for the kids.  You can serve some favorites like popcorn and hot chocolate or hot dogs and chips and let them picnic as they help take down the tree.  You can also make this a time to take stock of what worked and what didn't.  If it wasn't fun or meaningful, cross it off your list for next year!

Making the job easier:

1.       Purchase sturdy storage boxes, tape and labels.  Any job is easier if you have the right tools.  Better yet get the ones especially designed for ornaments.

2.       Take the time to declutter.  Toss any broken decorations or those that you have used for ages.

3.       Take your time.  Un-decorate one room at a time.  Not everything needs to be done in one day or by January 1.

 

Make plans for the New Year.  Take special time for yourself between the December holidays and New Years.  Decide on three (or more or less) that you would like to accomplish in the coming year.  Now open your new year's calendar or planner and write these goals on the page for each month.  This will not only provide a monthly reminder to check your progress but will also allow you to see how far you have come.  Select a special time for yourself each week or month and pencil it in.  While it might not always work out, the idea that you are important and deserve some time for yourself will still be there to act on as you are able.

 


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THE LAKE LEVEL FOR TIMS FORD LAKE CURRENTLY AS OF January 1, 2010:

LAKE LEVEL IS: 873.6

 

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