Folsom Family Expo – September 27, 2014

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Folsom Family Expo

September 27, 2014

You got your exercise in walking/running at the Run for Courage in the morning. Now it is time for some family time. Come over to the Folsom Family Expo at the Folsom Community Center from 10am to 3pm.

Free Admission and Free Parking

Yes, FREE!!

Photo of sign: Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary

Free entry into the Folsom Zoo for the day courtesy of Folsom Lake Honda.

The show is sponsored by Sutter Health.

Bounce house, face painting, dance performances, games, crafts and so much more!

To find out more about this event, visit them at Facebook.com/folsomfamilyexpo.

Please share this local event with your family and friends.

Home is time spent with family. “Home is time spent with family.”

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Folsom Run for Courage

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Run for Courage | September 27, 2014

5th Annual Run for Courage Event will be held in Folsom on Saturday, September 27, 2014.

Folsom’s Run for Courage helps raise funds to educate about human trafficking. To find out more about this event, check out Run for Courage website. Online Registration closes at 6pm PST on Thursday, Sept. 25th.

Quote - Do for others by John Bunyan

Do For Others

“You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.” –John Bunyan

I will be joining a team the morning of September 27th. Will you join me, too? Call or text me if you would like to walk/run with me 916.865.8759 or email me.

Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary
After you are done with the run, check out the Folsom Family Expo and receive a free entry for the day at the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary.

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What are Home Loan Interest Rates Based On?

How are interest Rates Determined?

Rates correspond with the bond market and change every 15 minutes.
Watch the stock market to see how it is doing.
Stay in contact with your lender. Your lender can help keep you informed.

Be sure to choose your lender wisely. Your Professional real estate agent should have at least three lenders that she can recommend for you to interview before selecting one.

Purchasing a home and taking out a home loan is one of the biggest financial decisions you will make. Be sure to have a team of trusted professionals working with you.

What was the highest interest rate you can remember?

Pam McCoy, Realtor (r)
Coldwell Banker Real Estate
1180 Iron Point Road, Suite 130
Folsom, CA 95630
916.865.8759

Is it Possible to Buy a Home with No Money Down?

The lending market is constantly changing. New loan programs and grants consistently come available. Check with your professional trusted lender to find out the current programs.

Are you thinking about purchasing a home? It is important to contact a professional lender and real estate agent to find out what is happening in the real estate market today.

I can help you with your home purchase and give you a list of lenders to interview. Give me a call today!

Pam McCoy, Pro-Active Trusted Real Estate Advisor
Coldwell Banker Real Estate
1180 Iron Point Road, Suite 130
Folsom, Ca 95630
916.865.8759

Serving the Sacramento real estate region including: Folsom, Granite Bay, Loomis, Lincoln, Roseville, Rocklin, Newcastle, Auburn, Sacramento, Citrus Heights, Carmichael and surrounding areas.

Starbucks on Prairie City and Iron Point | Folsom Favorites

Do you have a favorite Starbucks?

I love the baristas at Starbucks at Prairie City and Iron Point in Folsom. They always are friendly, remember my name, ask me how I am doing and I occasionally even get a hug!

Where is your favorite Starbucks? Is it your favorite because of the baristas, the location or the layout of the coffee shop?

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Your Front Door Gives a First Impression

door to front of the house

Does your front door welcome visitors?

The first impression when someone comes to your home is the front door. Keep your entry area clean and in good condition.
Make a statement with the paint of your front door. Red, dark green or black are gold colors that stand out. Give your door a fresh coat of paint as needed depending on sun exposure.

Keep the door clean. Depending on the exposure to weather, I suggest cleaning your front door every other week. When you keep up with the dust, you can just wipe the door with a dry cloth. For a deeper clean, use a mixture of warm water and white vinegar or mild dish-washing liquid (only use 1 teaspoon to a gallon of water and be sure to rinse well).

Freshen up the hardware on your door. There are some cleaning products out there such as Maas metal cleaner. If you have glass or ceramic door knobs, just using rubbing alcohol.

Add color by the front door by including a couple of pots with large green evergreens and annuals around the base of the plant. Don’t clutter your front door by having multiple pots of plants. Less is more.

What does your front door look like right now?