Hitting the Links in Cochise County

If you are planning a move to Sierra Vista, you might be excited to break out your clubs and explore the area’s golf courses, which—unlike courses in colder, wetter climate regions—are operational year-round to cater to even the most avid golfers. Even if you are not much of a golfer... Read More

Exploring the Most In-Demand Features for New Homes

Though older homes may have some unique charm and character, they often leave homeowners desiring more practical features, such as more space for entertaining or a space that flows rather than feeling segmented and boxed in. As you shop for a new construction home, you may find that you’re likely... Read More

Why First Time Buyers Should Consider New Homes

When you’re ready to stop renting and become a homeowner, you’ll have to start thinking about what it is you really want in a home. As you start to look at properties in your area, you might consider focusing primarily on new constructions rather than an older home listed for... Read More

Getting Ready for the Cochise County Fair

The Cochise County Fair is a beloved tradition for families in Sierra Vista, Fort Huachuca, and the rest of Southern Arizona. This fair, also known as The Little Fair That Could, is celebrating its 94th year of festivities, so your family may have a long history of attending if you... Read More

Decorating Your New Home with Inspiration from Modern Trends

Modern interior decorating incorporates a surprising number of classic features into the home, but each with a new twist to bring them into the current era. Mixed textures and styles are an increasing sight in modern interiors, and the following decorating trends are helping to pull scattered looks together with... Read More

Downsizing Your Home for Retirement

As you prepare for the next stage in your life, you may find that you have more space than you need in your home. If the kids have moved out and your home office doesn’t get much use anymore, it may be time to think about purchasing a smaller, more... Read More