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Safe Tips for Relationship-Seekers

While diet, exercise and travel sound like wonderful topics for New Year’s resolutions, relationships actually top the list for single Baby Boomers, according to an independent study by Gone are the days when individuals were most likely to meet their romantic partner through a social setting or through an introduction by mutual friends. Over […]

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Happy, Healthy Holidays

Gathering with friends and family, traveling by car or plane, shopping in crowded stores and malls, dusting off seasonal decorations, eating rich foods… these are all the hallmarks of a traditional holiday season. While these traditions mark our celebratory mood and get us in the “holiday spirit,” they also tax our immune systems and open […]

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New Family Traditions

While holiday music, advertisements and television specials tend to focus on the warm-and-fuzzy aspects of spending time with friends and family this time of year, those among the “Sandwich Generation” feel even more of a pinch – and perhaps a bit of melancholy – as they juggle jobs, kids or grandkids, parents and additional holiday […]

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Simple Yet Festive Holiday Decor

Baby Boomers carved their niche in history as the most prosperous generation, which re-defined everything from career choices to home styles and everything in between – including the way in which holidays are celebrated. While “downsizing” may have included parting with many of the items that were no longer “necessary” for day-to-day living, holiday décor […]

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Flexible Space vs. “Dustable” Space

Although millions of Americans have incorporated the word “downsizing” into their vocabularies, the concept has been a little bit harder to embrace, particularly when considering the idea of traditional family gatherings. In the real estate world, “downsizing” as a movement has gained popularity among the Baby Boomer generation, as more and more individuals recognize the […]

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A Picture’s Worth…

Technology has revolutionized our lives and the way we do business.  With more than 75% of the U.S. population connected online, the internet is now the major connector for people and business (  According to, in the first quarter of 2012, Apple(TM) shipped more than 15 million iPads(TM) to the marketplace.  At Windsong Properties, […]

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Interior Design in a Whole New Light

Sure, everyone may be reading “Fifty Shades of Grey,” but its title should certainly not be taken as an inspiration for interior design! In fact, with the “graying” of the US population, attention to color palette and other interior design features is becoming more important, not only for aesthetic reasons, but for health reasons as […]

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Hadley Virtual Tour Published

The hot selling Hadley from Windsong at Seven Hills has been published as virtual tour.  Featuring an open floor plan perfect for entertaining or as a private retreat, this home features a formal dining room, cooks kitchen with walk-in pantry and open great room.  The master retreat features a spacious master bedroom and bathroom with […]

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Downsize to a Ranch Home

The kids have grown and moved on.  Those two extra bedrooms still have their stuff in them, but the doors are closed and you try not to heat and cool them.  Even the den doesn’t get used anymore.  That big yard is calling for spring cleaning and preparation, but it won’t be played on this […]

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Introducing the Canterbury!

We are excited to introduce our newest floor plan – The Canterbury. The Canterbury model, an exciting new home plan that is our largest so far with 2,164 square feet of room. This three bedrooms, two and a half bathroom home features an open kitchen/great room and a formal dining room. In addition it will […]

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