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November, 2010

What Affects Your Credit? 7 Misconceptions Strong Gain In National Sales Shelving & Storage Cures For Common Household Problems Neighbor Horror Stories Fall & Winter Maintenance

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Welcome to RE/MAX The Group

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What’s Inside? 4 - Natrona County Market Report 6 - Strong Gain in Existing Sales

14-Seven Credit Misconceptions

15 - Shelving & Storage 16 - Cures for Common Problems 21 - Fall & Winter Maintenance 22 - Home Buying Still Makes Sense 23 - Bad Neighbors - Six Stories 34 - Be Prepared for an Emergency 34 - National Economic Indicators 43 - Feature Property of the Month

Founded on the principle that a man’s word is his bond, W.B. Barnard established Barnard Realty Company in 1920. Carrying on the concept that a handshake meant a firm agreement, Bill and Bob Barnard followed in their father’s footsteps by purchasing the company in 1959. In the spirit of these pioneer values, the group of agents who purchased the company in 1996 have carried on the Barnard name and tradition. Bill and Bob are now semi-retired, but have an office in the same building. The ownership and management of the company recognized that the Barnard name in the Casper area reflected honestly and integrity. With this in mind, “The Group”, felt that it may be beneficial to team up with the real estate name known WORLDWIDE. The company acquired the RE/MAX franchise in June 2001. “The Group” is now a company with an impeccable local reputation and also an internationally known name. As an agent-owned office, the clients of RE/MAX “The Group” are guaranteed a team of professionals dedicated to high quality service because “The Group” is successful when the client succeeds.

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Copyright 2010 RE/MAX The Group Views and advertising expressed in the Real Estate Source Magazine are not necessarily endorsed by RE/MAX® The Group. The information contained in this publication should not be construed as a recommendation for any course of action regarding financial, legal, or accounting matters by RE/MAX® The Group Realtors, or any authors. All market statistics are based on data supplied by the Casper Multiple Listing Service. Casper MLS and RE/MAX The Group are not responsible for accuracy. The data may not reflect all real estate activity.

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Natrona County Real Estate Market Report Current Homes on the Market: 531 - New Construction: 146 Total Homes Under Contract: 152 - New Construction: 38 Jan. - Oct. 2010 Homes Listed: 1549 - New Construction: 259 Jan. - Oct. 2009 Homes Listed: 1614

2010 Average Days on Market: 112 - New Construction: 158 2009 Average Days on Market: 122 2010 Average Sales Price: $191,176 - New Construction: $194,284 2009 Average Sales Price: $193,234 2010 Total Sales Volume: $173,397,464 2009 Total Sales Volume: $177,582,910

Jan. - Oct. 2010 Homes Sold: 908 - New Construction: 164 Jan. - Oct. 2009 Homes Sold: 919

The above information is based on data supplied by the Casper MLS. Casper MLS and RE/MAX The Group are not responsible for accuracy. All listings & sales data from the Casper, Bar Nunn & Evansville areas. This data may not reflect all real estate activity.


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National Real Estate Market News September Existing Home Sales Show Another Strong Gain Washington, October 25, 2010 Existing-home sales rose again in September, affirming that a sales recovery has begun, according to the National Association of Realtors®. Existing-home sales1, which are completed transactions that include single-family, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops, jumped 10.0 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.53 million in September from a downwardly revised 4.12 million in August, but remain 19.1 percent below the 5.60 million-unit pace in September 2009 when first-time buyers were ramping up in advance of the initial deadline for the tax credit last November. Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, said the housing market is in the early stages of recovery. “A housing recovery is taking place but will be choppy at times depending on the duration and impact of a foreclosure moratorium. But the overall direction should be a gradual rising trend in home sales with buyers responding to historically low mortgage

interest rates and very favorable affordability conditions,” he said. According to Freddie Mac, the national average commitment rate for a 30-year, conventional, fixed-rate mortgage fell to a record low 4.35 percent in September from 4.43 percent in August; the rate was 5.06 percent in September 2009. The national median existing-home price2 for all housing types was $171,700 in September, which is 2.4 percent below a year ago. Distressed homes3 accounted for 35 percent of sales in September compared with 34 percent in August; they were 29 percent in September 2009. NAR President Vicki Cox Golder, owner of Vicki L. Cox & Associates in Tucson, Ariz., said opportunities abound in the current market. “A decade ago, mortgage rates were almost double what they are today, and they’re about one-and-a-half percentage points lower than the peak of the housing boom in 2005,” she said. “In addition, home prices are running about 22 percent less than five years ago when they were bid up by the biggest housing rush on record.” To illustrate the jump in housing affordability, the median monthly mortgage payment for a recently purchased home is several hundred dollars less than it was five years ago. “In fact, the median monthly mortgage payment

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in many areas is less than people are paying for rent,” Golder said. Housing affordability conditions today are

“A housing recovery is taking place but will be choppy at times depending on the duration and impact of a foreclosure moratorium.” Lawrence Yun NAR Chief Economist 60 percentage points higher than during the housing boom, so it has become a very strong buyers’ market, especially for families with long-term plans. “The savings today’s buyers are receiving are not a one-time benefit. Buyers with fixed-rate mortgages will save money every year they are living in their home – this is truly an example of how homeownership builds wealth over the long term,” Golder

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National Real Estate Market News added. Total housing inventory at the end of September fell 1.9 percent to 4.04 million existing homes available for sale, which represents a 10.7-month supply4 at the current sales pace, down from a 12.0-month supply in August. Raw unsold inventory is 11.7 percent below the record of 4.58 million in July 2008. “Vacant homes and homes where mortgages have not been paid for an extended number of months need to be cleared from the market as quickly as possible, with a new set of buyers helping the recovery along a healthy path,” Yun said. “Inventory remains elevated and continues to favor buyers over sellers. A normal seasonal decline in inventory is expected through the upcoming months.” A parallel NAR practitioner survey shows first-time buyers purchased 32 percent of homes in September, almost unchanged from 31 percent in August. Investors were at an 18 percent market share in September, down from 21 percent in August; the balance of purchases were by repeat buyers. All-cash sales were at 29 percent in September compared with 28 percent in August. Single-family home sales increased 10.0 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 3.97 million in September from a pace of 3.61 million in August, but are 19.5 percent below

the 4.93 million level in September 2009. The median existing single-family home price was $172,600 in September, down 1.9 percent from a year ago. Existing condominium and co-op sales rose 9.8 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 560,000 in September from 510,000 in August, but are 16.2 percent lower than the 668,000-unit level one year ago. The median existing condo price5 was $165,400 in September, down 6.2 percent from September 2009. Regionally, existing-home sales in the Northeast increased 10.1 percent to an annual pace of 760,000 in September but are 20.8 percent below September 2009. The median price in the Northeast was $239,200, which is 1.4 percent below a year ago. Existing-home sales in the Midwest jumped 14.5 percent in September to a level of 950,000 but are 26.4 percent below a year ago. The median price in the Midwest was $139,700, down 5.2 percent from September 2009. In the South, existing-home sales rose 10.6 percent to an annual pace of 1.77 million in September but are 14.9 percent lower than September 2009. The median price in the South was $149,500, down 2.6 percent from a year ago. Existing-home sales in the West increased 5.0 percent to an annual level of 1.05 million

in September but are 16.7 percent below a year ago. The median price in the West was $213,600, which is 4.9 percent lower than September 2009. 1 Existing-home sales, which include single-family, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops, are based on transaction closings. This differs from the U.S. Census Bureau’s series on new single-family home sales, which are based on contracts or the acceptance of a deposit. Because of these differences, it is not uncommon for each series to move in different directions in the same month. In addition, existing-home sales, which generally account for 85 to 90 percent of total home sales, are based on a much larger sample – more than 40 percent of multiple listing service data each month – and typically are not subject to large prior-month revisions. The annual rate for a particular month represents what the total number of actual sales for a year would be if the relative pace for that month were maintained for 12 consecutive months. Seasonally adjusted annual rates are used in reporting monthly data to factor out seasonal variations in resale activity. For example, home sales volume is normally higher in the summer than in the winter, primarily because of differences in the weather and family buying patterns. However, seasonal factors cannot compensate for abnormal weather patterns. Single-family data collection began monthly in 1968, while condo data collection began quarterly in 1981; the series were combined in 1999 when monthly collection of condo data began. Prior to this period, singlefamily homes accounted for more than nine out of 10 purchases. Historic comparisons for total home sales prior to 1999 are based on monthly singlefamily sales, combined with the corresponding quarterly sales rate for condos. 2 The only valid comparisons for median prices are with the same period a year earlier due to the seasonality in buying patterns. Month-to-month comparisons do not compensate for seasonal changes, especially for the timing of family buying patterns. Changes in the composition of sales can distort median price data. Year-ago median and mean prices sometimes are revised in an automated process if more data is received than was originally reported. 3 Distressed sales, first-time buyer and investor data are from a survey for the Realtors® Confidence Index, scheduled to be posted November 5. 4 Total inventory and month’s supply data are available back through 1999, while single-family inventory and month’s supply are available back to 1982 (prior to 1999, condos were measured quarterly while single-family sales accounted for more than 90 percent of transactions). 5 Because there is a concentration of condos in high-cost metro areas, the national median condo price generally is higher than the median singlefamily price. In a given market area, condos typically cost less than singlefamily homes. Copyright National Association of REALTORS®. Reprinted with permission.

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15155 Morning Dove Rd

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333981 Swingle Rd. NEW PRICE!


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Beautiful four-level home! Very nice neighborhood on the east side of town. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 Baths with a finished basement. Two sets of French doors give you access to a huge backyard for you to landscape and transform as you desire! The basement is currently being used as a game room, exercise room, and spare bedroom! ID# 2982


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Credit Misconceptions What Affects Credit Scores? 7 Misconceptions

deal-breaker for a loan, especially if the card has a lower interest rate and will allow you to pay off the balance sooner. Your score will increase as soon as that ratio goes down.

Changing jobs can hurt your credit score

By: Gwen Moran Published: October 22, 2010

Partly true. Taking a new job or losing your job doesn’t affect your credit score. However, if you have a spotty employment history, lenders may hold that against you in making a loan. Dips in income may signal that it could be difficult to pay bills in a timely manner.

If you’re trying to raise your credit score to get a good rate for a refinance or HELOC, you might be surprised by what affects—or doesn’t affect—your score. You have to keep your credit score up in case you want to take out a second mortgage or home equity line of credit (HELOC), or get the lowest premiums on your home owners insurance. Here’s the 411 on how various money management tactics goose up or ding your credit score.

Co-signing for others can hurt your credit score

Partly true. Simply co-signing on a loan for someone else may not affect your score, but if that person is late on paying the loan, it’s likely to show up on your report, says Freeman. And that’s a nasty surprise if you didn’t know the person was late.

More money improves your credit score

False. Your level or sources of income don’t affect your credit score, although lenders may look at it when making loan decisions, according to the Fair Isaac Corp., the company that issues the commonly used FICO credit scores.

Ownership of several credit cards can hurt your credit score

Mostly false. Having many credit lines isn’t necessarily a bad thing, says credit expert Liz Weston, author of Your Credit Score. Multiple lines give you a favorable debt-to-availablecredit ratio. But use them correctly: It’s best to keep any balances below 10% or 20% of the total credit line, she says. Anything more will affect the ratio of debt-to-available-credit, which can decrease your credit score.

Opening and closing credit lines can hurt your credit score

True. New credit applications can decrease your credit score, so be careful about applying for new credit cards or personal loans before applying for a HELOC, second mortgage, automobile loan, or other large line of credit.

Judgments and liens aren’t considered in your credit score

False. If you’ve had a judgment or lien filed against you, it’s considered in your payment history, which represents 35% of your score. Similarly, while most utility companies don’t report payment history to credit bureaus, your account will likely be reported if it is seriously delinquent and referred to a Surprise: Closing existing credit lines may collection agency. also hurt your credit score, since it’ll damage Additional details on how to manage your your debt-to-available-credit ratio. A good FICO score are available on the FICO site. rule is not to make any credit changes in the Gwen Moran is a freelance business and months leading up to a major credit request, finance writer from the Jersey shore. She’s such as for a HELOC. the co-author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Business Plans and writes frequently about Consolidating credit lines will real estate.

help your credit score

Mostly false. Although it may seem like a Read more: http://www.houselogic. good idea to move all your balances to one com/articles/what-affects-credit-scores-7card, that can actually hurt your credit score, misconceptions/#ixzz13UjH9vDJ since your debt-to-available-credit ratio will Visit for more articles like this. Reprinted from spike on that card, says Weston. with permission of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF However, credit expert Harrine Freeman REALTORS®. says such a slight decline isn’t necessarily a

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Home Decorating & Improvement Between-the-Studs Shelving and Storage: Find Your Niche in Life

a kitchen pantry because the shallow shelves are perfect for canned goods. You also can use a niche for By: Jan Soults Walker storing spices, Published: October 1, 2010 hanging utensils, Recessed, between-the-studs shelving and or storing and storage niches help you de-clutter and stay displaying your organized without sacrificing valuable square cooking pans. footage. Bathroom: Your home is hiding hundreds of square a feet of potential storage space. Utilizing Install this organizational bonanza is as simple as b e t w e e n - s t u d s removing a modest-size rectangle of drywall storage niche in to reveal the hollow space between wall studs, the shower for holding shampoo and adding a shelving niche. Although the available space is shallow, a bottles and soaps. between-the-studs shelving niche 14 inches A shallow niche tall offers almost one-third cubic foot of beside the toilet storage—enough for decorative display items holds magazines and toilet paper. Near the or more than 50 CDs. A between-the-studs sink, create a recess for toiletries and personal shelving and storage niche also preserves items. valuable floor space, since it eliminates the Bedroom: Use recessed storage for CDs, need for freestanding storage. paperback books, magazines, belts, scarves, Using between-the-studs shelving and jewelry. You can also create a wall niche for your flat screen television as long as a and storage header provides support where studs are Kitchen: Between-studs shelving is ideal as removed.

studs with a stud finder and made sure the wall cavity is void of wires, plumbing, or air ducts, frame the opening and finish it with drywall or other materials, such as beaded board, then add shelving. Cost: $17 to $35, for a 14x36inch niche.

Various sizes of prebuilt recessed wall niches are available in wood as well as less expensive polyurethane units. These units are customized to perform a range of storage tasks, including serve as a medicine cabinet, Family room: Store a home bar and as a shower niche. Cost: $90 pool cues, balls, and to $500. the triangle as well as CDs, wine or liquor, With four home renovations to her credit, Jan and barware. Soults Walker is a devotee of improvements, products, and trends for the home and garden. For 25 years she’s written for a number of Create national home shelter publications, and has between-theauthored 18 books on home improvement and studs shelving decorating.

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Home Decorating & Improvement Causes and Cures for Common Home Maintenance Problems

presence by building pencil-thick mud tubes up from the ground or by swarming from pinholes in floors or walls. But did you know it’s also possible to detect them by sound? Tap on a wall and then press an ear against it. See if you hear rustling that matches recordings of Formosan or other termites. A sound like By: Jeanne Huber crinkling cellophane could mean carpenter ants. Published: April 8, 2010 Cure: Call a pest-control professional. Cost Many sensory clues give you early warning is $65 to $100 for an inspection. of home maintenance problems—if you can decode the symptoms. Loud knocking Your house sometimes acts as if it’s alive— Cause: If the knocking occurs when you turn making strange sounds, emitting odd odors, off water, you have “water hammer,” caused and giving visual cues that say something when fast-moving water comes to a sudden might be amiss. Often, these are signs of home stop and there is no air chamber (a short, maintenance issues that need to be addressed, specially designed piece of pipe) to cushion and decoding these sometimes puzzling clues the shock wave. If knocking occurs when could prevent minor problems from turning your furnace switches on or off, metal ducts into major home repairs. are expanding or contracting as temperature Here’s how to interpret what your house is changes. trying to tell you, and how to recognize the Cure: If water pipes are the issue and there early warnings of common home maintenance is an air chamber near the faucet, it may be problems. filled with water and needs to be drained. You might be able to do this yourself. If you’re not confident of tackling that or if there is no Peeling exterior paint Cause: Moisture is probably getting chamber, call a plumber ($65 an hour) to add underneath the paint, perhaps from a leaking one. Those snapping ducts? Just get used to gutter overhead or from a steamy bathroom on them. the other side of the wall. Cure: If you catch the problem right away, Creaks and groans you might just need to address the moisture Cause: All houses creak and groan a little issue and then scrape off the loose paint, as parts expand and contract with temperature prime bare spots, and repaint that wall, for a fluctuations and with changes in levels of total of a few hundred to a couple thousand humidity. dollars. Delay too long and the siding might Cure: None—it’s normal for house to rot. Patching and repainting the whole house make a few snaps and pops. But don’t ignore might cost $10,000. really loud groans when there’s been an To prevent a chronically steamy bathroom, unusual amount of snow or rain, especially consider installing a new ventilation fan with if your house has a flat roof. There may be a humidity-sensing switch that automatically an excessive or even dangerous amount of exhausts moisture-laden air. Cost is about weight on your roof. If you suspect that may $250. be the case, be prudent: Get everyone out of the house and call in a professional to check the roof. Flickering lights Cause: If only a single bulb flickers, it might be loose in its socket or in need of Musty odors replacement. If lights always dim when the Cause: Mildew, a fungus, is growing refrigerator or other appliance turns on, the because indoor air is humid enough to allow circuit might be overloaded. If groups of lights condensation to form on cold surfaces. flicker, connections at the electrical panel Basements are favorite haunts for mildew. or elsewhere might be loose, causing power Cure: Keep surfaces dry by one or more to arc—or jump—over the gaps. Arcing is a strategies: increase air movement with a serious problem; it starts fires. $20 fan, keep relative humidity below 50% Cure: Anyone can tighten a bulb. Handy in summer or 40% in winter with a $175 homeowners can shut off circuits and tighten dehumidifier, or make surfaces warmer by loose connections within switch boxes. If adding insulation. you’re not comfortable doing that, or if you suspect an overloaded circuit or loose Rotten-egg smell when you run connection at the panel box, call in a licensed water electrician. You’ll pay $150 to $250 for a new Cause: Bacteria that produce hydrogen circuit, and $500 to $700 for a new electrical sulfide gas (the scientific name for “rotten panel—way less than what you’d spend to egg smell”) are in your plumbing, or there is recover from a fire. a problem with your water heater. Fill a glass with hot water, step away from the sink, and Rustling in a wall take a whiff; if you detect no sulfur smell, Cause: Sure, termites usually signal their they’re in the drain. 16

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Cure: Disinfect the drain by pouring in a $1 bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide solution, sold at drug stores. A sulfur smell in only hot water points to the water heater as the problem; call a plumber to disinfect the system or replace the tank’s magnesium anode. If hot and cold water both smell, call your water supplier (or health department if you have a well).

Strange-tasting tap water

Cause: Mineral content of drinking water varies, so taste does too. But if the water tastes metallic, iron or copper may be leaching from pipes. If you taste chlorine, your water supplier may have overdosed on disinfectant, or a correct level could be interacting with organic material within your plumbing system. Cure: If chlorine seems high at all taps, or if you taste metals, call your water supplier or have your well water tested. If only one tap has water with high chlorine or if the taste goes away after you run water for a few minutes, flush your system or call a plumber. An under-the-counter water purifier with a top-quality activated carbon filter will remove heavy metals, bacteria, and other contaminants. In addition, it removes odors and bad tastes. Expect to pay $150 to $200 for a purifier with a replaceable cartridge.

Trembling floors

Cause: If items on tables and shelve jiggle and shimmy when you walk past, or if your floor feels like it gives under your weight, the floor joists might not be sturdy enough or past remodeling might have removed a support wall. Cure: Have a structural engineer or experienced contractor see whether you can add more joists, bolster existing ones with an additional layer of plywood subflooring, or add a post to support the floor better. You’ll pay up to $500 for a structural engineer to evaluate your problem.

Mysterious breezes

Cause: If a ground-floor room seems drafty, air may be seeping in along the foundation or through an improperly sealed window or door. A drafty attic can make things worse, as warm air currents will rise naturally and exit through any gaps in the attic, pulling colder air in through lower-level cracks. Cure: Starting in the attic and working your way down, seal all gaps. Jeanne Huber is the author of 10 books about home improvement and writes a weekly column about home care for the Washington Post. Read more: articles/causes-and-cures-common-homemaintenance-problems/#ixzz13UpuGYbD Visit for more articles like this. Reprinted from with permission of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.

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81 Jasmine

2312 E. 6th


This completely remodeled home is a WOW! Open and spacious floor plan with 3 BR and 1 BA. New kitchen, bathroom, furnace and roof. Laminate flooring in living, dining, kitchen and hallways. Carpet in all 3 bedrooms.

Lots of Square Footage! 4 BR, 2 BA Home. Huge back yard with RV Parking. Close by 12/31 and request 3.5% of the final sales price to be used as closing costs assistance!



2730 Navarre

623 S. Wolcott $150K Below



GREAT LOCATION!! 3 BR, 1 BA, ranch. Covered patio, new countertops, new paint, refinished hardwood floors. Single attached garage.

. 18,042 sq ft. Brick building, Multiple kitchens, living areas, offices & bathrooms



2230 E. 8th

Great townhouse in good condition. Two bedrooms and one bathroom upstairs. Lower level laundry room with access to the drive– under garage.


935 W. Yellowstone Old Yellowstone District Property


~Land For Sale~

640 Acres, 12 Miles West Of Casper. $384,000. Call Carla or Alisha For More Details

Carla DeVille & Alisha Collins

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1529 East A

Great beginner home, covered front porch with 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Single car garage with large fenced yard! $126,000

4810 E. 17th

Eastside family home with RV parking and fenced backyard, open floor plan in kitchen, dining room, living room. Walk out basement. Great area close to schools. $224,900

Possible Rental!

2713 Garden Creek

Price Reduced! Bring Offers!

Large lovely Mountain Home right off of Garden Creek Road. Includes guest quarter, complete wrap around deck, pellet stove with a stone wall of Devils Tower and much much more! Would make a GREAT Bed & Breakfast! $1,299,000.

Poplar & Wyoming Blvd.

70 + Acres, Commercial Development Area $7,500,000

111 S. E. Wyoming Blvd.

5.23 Acres - 27,000+ Square Foot Building For Sale or Lease $4,500,000. Call for more information!


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Y ! M See all the Listings! E T T I I VIS EBS W W NE 4447 E. 21st Street


Custom and upgraded features throughout 5 Bedrooms, 3 Baths and oversized triple car garage Fenced yard, convenient east side location $549,000 Enter ID#3432.

46 S. Monkey - Glenrock HORSE PROPERTY!!

Unique and beautiful home on nearly 5 acres 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, large family room 80’x40’ garage W/extra living quarters Could qualify for rural funding $349,900 Enter ID#1932


Choose your own builder or have me help you in finding one. Gothberg Road - $120,000 for 16 acres at the base of Casper Mtn., year around access 000 55 Ranch Road - $105,000 for 89 acres north of Glenrock, year around access Lot 13, Block 5 Heights Addition - $159,800, Builder lot, located on the east side of Casper

Brenda Short Associate Broker Call me direct, 258-3515

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Get Ready for Winter!! Fall & Winter Seasonal Maintenance Guide By: Karin Beuerlein Published: September 25, 2009 If you live in the Midwest, here are maintenance jobs you should complete every fall and winter to prevent costly repairs and keep your home in peak condition. Certain home maintenance tasks should be completed each season to prevent structural damage, save energy, and keep all your home’s systems running properly. What maintenance tasks are most important for the Midwest in fall and winter? Here are the major issues you should be aware of and critical tasks you should complete. For a comprehensive list of tasks by season, refer to the to-do list at the end of this article. Keep your Midwestern home free from damage by preparing for the constant cycle of freezing and thawing that occurs throughout fall and winter. “In fall, it’s important to do seemingly minor things that can have disastrous consequences if not done early,” says Frank Lesh, president of Home Sweet Home Inspection Co. in Indian Head Park, Ill.

Key maintenance tasks to perform • Disconnect hoses from outside faucets. This keeps water inside the hose from freezing and splitting the casing, and it also allows the pipes inside the wall to drain completely so that water doesn’t freeze and crack them. Most outside spigots now are self-draining, but if you have an older home, you may have to manually turn off the valve inside the house to shut off the water so that it drains completely (this valve is usually in the basement or crawl space near where the pipe goes to the outside). It’s important to remember this task, because you may not notice that these pipes have burst until you turn the faucet on in spring and water leaks into your exterior wall. If you’re lucky, Lesh says, you’ll have a major leak that will be noticeable right away; it’s actually worse to have a slower leak that allows water to drip slowly into the wall, where mold and rot can do extensive damage without your even seeing it.

On a warm, dry day in early fall when you don’t expect rain for at least 24 hours, you should clear the driveway of debris, clean up any oil stains with detergent and a scrub brush (be sure to rinse the entire driveway well with a hose), and apply asphalt crack filler to individual cracks larger than 1/4 inch wide. Allow the filler to dry for at least an hour and then spread a coat of sealant over the entire driveway. Don’t use the driveway for at least 24 hours. Expect to pay $100 for the driveway detergent, crack filler, long-handled roller, and sealer needed to do the job. If you have a concrete driveway, you don’t need to maintain it—unless it’s less than a year old. It’s very important that during the first year of curing, no salt come into contact with the surface; don’t salt your driveway and clear any roadway salt that gets thrown onto it. • Clean your gutters. In the Midwest, this task is especially crucial because of freezing and thawing. “After a snowfall it’s typical for the sun to come out just long enough to melt the snow on your roof, which then drips into the gutters,” Lesh says. “But the water freezes before it’s all drained.” If your gutters are clogged with debris, standing water freezes and forces its way up under the roof shingles or into the eaves, which introduces moisture that can eventually rot the roof decking. Trapped ice and frozen debris can also bend your gutters so that they don’t drain well, or even pull them away from the house.

Prop up low spots with wooden shims and fasten loose boards with galvanized deck screws • Insulate your whole-house fan. If you use a whole-house fan to help cool your house, be sure to cover it when not in use with an insulated box or other cover. “If you don’t, heated air—which you’ve paid for—will enter the attic,” Lesh says. Introducing warm, moist air into the attic will then cause frost to form on the cold surface of the roof decking, which melts and drips onto the attic floor—your ceiling, in other words. Mold and staining can result. You can make a simple fan cover from a batt of insulation; make sure it fits snugly over the opening with no gaps. For about $30, you can buy duct tape and a piece of 2-inch-thick polystyrene foam and make a foam box to fit over the top; 2-inch foam has an insulating value of about R-10. Attic fans, designed to remove super-hot air from attics, are usually installed in the roof or gable ends of an attic space. Unlike wholehouse fans, attic fans don’t require insulation, but fall is a good time to investigate whether animals have tried to force their way in through the screen covering the vent. Replace the screen if necessary.

• Scrape, prime, and paint. Lesh recommends painting wood surfaces early in the fall before the weather gets too cold and before winter’s moisture has a chance to do any damage. Scrape peeling paint even if you can’t get to the painting this season—water actually sheds • Schedule your annual furnace checkup. better off bare wood than wood with peeling Your technician should be able to tell you paint attached, which traps moisture. exactly what he’s going to check to keep your furnace maintained. Lesh recommends asking • Prune back trees. After leaves drop, open-ended questions (“What specifically prune any nearby trees or bushes, especially will you be cleaning?”) and making sure if snowfall will cause them to bend and rub the contractor is checking fuel connections, against the house. This can shorten the lifespan burner combustion, and the heat exchanger. In of your roof and siding. the meantime, you should be checking your furnace filters monthly and changing them Performing these important fall maintenance whenever they’re dirty. Inspect floor grates tasks can prevent costly repairs and alert you and return ducts regularly and clean them out to developing problems. with a vacuum cleaner brush. You may want to enroll in a yearly maintenance agreement Karin Beuerlein has covered home with an HVAC professional that includes a fall improvement and green living topics furnace service and a spring air conditioning extensively for,, service. Otherwise, expect to pay $50 to $100 and In more than a decade of for a furnace tune-up. freelancing, she’s also written for dozens of You don’t need to prepare your outside air national and regional publications, including conditioning unit for cold weather because it’s Better Homes & Gardens, The History designed to withstand snow and cold. In fact, Channel Magazine, Eating Well, and Chicago if you cover your unit with plastic to protect it, Tribune. She and her husband started married you provide a place for mice to overwinter and life by remodeling the house they were living gnaw through the unit’s wiring. If your unit in. They still have both the marriage and the sits in a spot that’s vulnerable to falling ice house, no small feat. or heavy tree limbs, place a sheet of plywood over the top and cover with a loose drop cloth Read more: for protection; just don’t enclose the space articles/fall-winter-seasonal-maintenancecompletely. guide-midwest/#ixzz13V6Pwzag

• Seal coat blacktop driveways. The heat of summer may cause asphalt to expand and crack. If these cracks aren’t repaired, water gets into them and freezes, widening the cracks. Eventually, big chunks of asphalt will break off and repair will become more difficult and expensive, so applying sealant (generally • Make sure deck and porch boards are every two to three years) is an important secure. Loose or warped boards are hazardous. preventive step.

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National Real Estate Market News Nearly Eight in 10 Americans Still Believe Buying a Home Makes Good Financial Sense Washington, October 14, 2010 Nearly eight out of 10 respondents believe buying a home is a good financial decision, despite ongoing challenges with the economy and housing market. That’s according to the 2010 National Housing Pulse Survey, an annual report released today by the National Association of Realtors®. The survey, which measures how affordable housing issues affect consumers, also found job security concerns to be the highest in eight years of sampling, with 70 percent of Americans saying that job layoffs and unemployment are a big problem in their area; eight in 10 cite these issues as a barrier to homeownership. “The real issue facing the nation’s economy right now is that many Americans can’t find meaningful work to support their families,” said NAR President Vicki Cox Golder, owner of Vicki L. Cox & Associates in Tucson, Ariz. “While a job recovery is what’s needed right now to get the economy and housing market back on the right track, owning a home continues to be part of the American Dream and one of the best long-term investments in your future.” Despite economic uncertainty, 68 percent of those surveyed still believe now is a good time to buy a home; while that number is down from last year (75 percent), it’s up from 2008 (66 percent) and 2007 (59 percent). Lower home prices and record-low mortgage interest rates may be attracting buyers to the housing market – more than one-fourth of renters said they are thinking more about buying a home than they were a year ago. Sixty-three percent of renter respondents said that owning a home is a priority in their future, and nearly


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40 percent said it was one of their highest While more than half (51 percent) say priorities. foreclosures are a problem in their area, the rate of foreclosures is also seen as stabilizing; Lower home prices have improved 51 percent say the rate is about the same as affordability. In fact, the percentage of renters last year. Thirty-six percent of respondents who are worried that the cost of housing is cite the recession, loss of jobs and the poor getting so unaffordable that they will never economy as the main reason for the ongoing be able to buy a home has decreased steadily foreclosure problem. This has also led to a since 2007, from 63 to 57 percent. slight increase in the number of people who believe the federal government should take Despite improved affordability, 79 percent a more active role overseeing loans and of respondents still consider having enough mortgages (44 percent, up from 43 percent money for down payment and closing costs to last year). be among of the biggest obstacles to buying a home. Another obstacle is a lack of confidence While nearly seven out of 10 say it’s harder in their ability to be approved for a loan, to sell a home in their area today than it was a reported by 73 percent of respondents. year ago, it’s less of a concern from last year when the number was 10 percentage points The good news is that Americans are seeing higher. This is most likely the result of lower more stability in the real estate market. Nearly home inventories. seven out of 10 believe that home values Copyright National Association of REALTORS®. Reprinted with have stabilized in their area; the same number permission. expects home sales to remain about the same through the end of the year.

Tricks, Not Treats 6 Horror Stories of Bad Neighbors Published: October 18, 2010 HouseLogic lists some of the craziest, creepiest, and grossest neighbor behavior, and provides some valuable advice for managing neighbor-onneighbor disputes. The chicken coup It started Sept. 21, when a chickenowner from Tyler, Texas, saw his neighbor’s dog carrying off one of his chickens—and it ended with gun shots, reported the local NBC affiliate KETK. According to investigators, the first bullet came from the chicken owner’s gun when he attempted to rescue his hen. But the dog’s owner returned fire, sparking a brief but scary shootout that brought the cops onto the scene. Thankfully, no one was hurt— though there’s no report on the fate of the stolen chicken.

The neighbor who ‘borrowed’ the car Last November, a Jacksonville, Fla., woman found her neighbor dead in his home—and then found a way to profit from the situation, local news reported. The 33-year-old woman didn’t report the death to the authorities. Instead she chose to “borrow” a few things from her deceased neighbor: his checkbook, his credit cards, and his car. But the authorities caught up with her before long, and she was arrested and charged with fraud and burglary. The dog-napper Neighbors in an Ohio suburb had been feuding for two years when one of them kidnapped the other’s dog—and took it to a local shelter, says a local report. The culprit told kennel staff he had found the dog running around some railroad tracks. When the dog’s owners asked, the neighbor denied any involvement. But after finding their pup in a shelter, they contacted

the police with their suspicions. It wasn’t long before the vengeful dog-napping plan was uncovered. The dog-napper was arrested, sentenced to a month in jail, and ordered not to have contact with his neighbors. The ‘unauthorized’ neighbor For the former Alaskan Governor, Republican Sarah Palin, being in the spotlight is nothing new. But when writer Joe McGinniss, who happened to be researching his unauthorized biography about her, moved into her neighbor’s house in May—it was a little too close for comfort. Palin posted an acerbic message on Facebook condemning the move, and erected an 8-foot fence around her property to thwart any “peeping.” In early September, McGinniss moved back home to finish the book, but maintains that Palin herself was the inappropriate party, saying her reaction to his presence was out of line, bordering on harassment. Continued on page 31

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4286 Dartford

4378 Antelope

Newer Eastside home! 4 BR 3+BA Ranch hickory cabinets & tile flooring Finished Basement, Large Master Suite Custom window coverings $255,000

Three bedroom ranch style home on 100’x200’ lot. Plenty of room and easy access for a shop! New flooring throughout. Master suite and 2nd bedroom on main level. Second Master suite in finished basement along with an office and large family room. Both master suites have jet tub and separate shower. Seller offering $5,000 allowance to complete landscaping or closing costs. Several new trees have been planted. $237,500

553 Coolidge

1800 Opportunity

40x80 Shop with 24ft side walls 10 Ton Bridge Crane/3 Ton Jib Crane 2- 16 ft overhead doors Security fence $265,000

25,000 Sq Ft Superior Shop & Office! Located on 3+Acres 5,000 Sq Ft Office & 22,500 Sq Ft Shop Co-Ray Heat, 23Ft side wall, Sprinkler system, dock door,& Much More!

Jerry Ressler

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7600 Lake !



275 Minnesota E!


13 N. 3rd Street

TOTALLY remodeled and updated 5 bedroom home on 5.32 acres with an option of 30 more acres. 5 minutes from town and on city water! The new large and open kitchen is complete with new Kenmore appliances and ceramic tile. ALL new electrical service and fixtures throughout. Full finished basement. $265,000

This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home is on a great corner lot with mature landscaping, sprinkler system and fenced back yard with a covered patio. The drive under single car garage is oversized. Large eat-in kitchen with all the appliances, and separate dining. Nice living room with a wood burning fireplace and vaulted ceiling. $135,000

Glenrock Renovated 6 unit property 2 bedrooms, 1 bath units New membrane roof, New Carpet, new paint New appliances, 100% occupancy $430,000

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Our Featured

Listings 1041 Dundee

Very unique, must see! Five bedrooms, 4 1/2 bath home in a fantastic neighborhood located in East Casper. 3 bedrooms on the main level each with a full bathroom. 3 car garage, solar heat, huge fireplace, pellet stove and much more! To see this home today call Kris or Jennifer Beevers at 265-0200. $410,700

New Listing!

Tea Pot Motor Lodge

2907 Belmont


If you’re looking for a Great Home at a Great Price, look no further, this is the one! This home is located in “Valley Hills” with a very nice view of the mountain. Inside you will find hardwood floors, tile, new paint, an updated kitchen with all the appliances including the washer and dryer. Sellers are paying $2,500 in Buyers closing costs . $142,500

New Listing! 3135 Bella Vista Drive

Great Home in a Great Neighborhood,. This home features 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3 car garage, hardwood floors, Pella windows, central air, a large storage shed,fantastic landscaping. $309,900

Seize the opportunity to own & operate this motel, gas station, and convenience store all in one. Very busy business with plenty of drive by traffic, located right on Highway 387. Many, many upgrades $450,000

For Lease!

680 N. Glen Road

GREAT LOCATION! 3,000 Sqft of Office space. Call Kris or Jennifer for your private tour. $2,250 per month

View more listings at Kris & Jennifer Beevers RE/MAX The Group

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1529 East A


Great beginner home, covered front porch with 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Single car garage with large fenced yard! $126,000

! ! D SOL 4021 Washakie


All NEW!! Nothing Left To Do! 3 bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 10,000 Sq Ft lot. PRICE!! Complete kitchen remodel. Updated baths, Furnace, Central Air, Sprinkler System, Double car garage. Great location near Eastridge Mall & a city park. SELLER WANTS IT SOLD!! $205,000. ID#1112

6334 Brandt Rd.


Close to town, city water, room for a shop/garage, 3.5 acres fenced, log home, 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths. Wood burning stove, metal roof, new furnace in 2009, horses ok. Access to riding area for horses. Great deck with outstanding mountain views! NEW PRICE! ID# 1942

$256,000!! 110 S. Kenwood

Up/Down Duplex! 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Up; 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom Down. Laundry Facilities. Some new carpet. Nice fenced backyard. Four parking spaces off alley. Freshly painted exterior. ID# 3602


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1830 Kearney NEW PRICE!!

Adorable One-Level with 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Inside features vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, & new interior paint. Exterior features Vinyl Siding, covered patio, fenced yard, storage shed & single detached garage. $135,000.

2725 Odell Ave. NEW LISTING!!

Adorable 3 bedroom, 1 bath ranch style home with full unfinished basement and a single car garage located in Valley Hills. This home features new vinyl in the kitchen and bath and gleaming hardwood floors throughout the remaining main floor that have just been professionally refinished. New Exterior paint and beautifully landscaped yard with sprinkler system and fenced back yard. $135,000 Enter ID #3692.

1034 Surrey Ct.

4921 E. 19th

This Great townhouse has lots of new! The living room with fireplace opens up to a new remodeled kitchen, which features Silestone counter tops and new appliances. All the carpet and window coverings are also new. This home also features 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a walk out basement for Price Reduced $182,000 $119,500 Enter ID # 1772

Exceptional Tri-Level. Lots of stained trim, family room with gas fireplace, wet bar, 4 bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, master bedroom suite with jet tub. Walk out of your suite and onto the deck! Lots of RV parking, Pella windows, new steel siding, neutral interior colors. $279,000 Enter ID #1372.

4520 E. 24th


Custom 5 BR, 3 BA, home featuring bright great room with 10ft ceilings. Immaculate Four car garage with new cabinets and custom epoxy flooring. Main floor features large formal dinning room as well as eat in kitchen with hickory cabinets, upgraded appliances, breakfast bar and granite countertops. Five piece master suite with walk in shower, jet tub, his and her closets. Large open lower level great for entertaining along with 2 large bedrooms, and bath. No maintenance brick and steel exterior with immaculate landscaping. Too many upgrades to list Call for more information $620,000 Enter ID #2232


1954 Kearney NEW LISTING!!

Charming Three bedroom one level home with vaulted ceilings. Home features pergo flooring, new carpeting and two tone paint. Many updates including newer windows, soffets, gutters, electrical, and furnace with Central Air Conditioning! Low maintenance exterior with vinyl siding, and new insulated front door. PVC fencing and a single car garage. $135,000 Enter ID #2892.

Charlie & Jamie Shopp

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Twin Homes at Blackmore Starting at only $265,000

Phase 1

Maintenance free living! Custom 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes, open floor plans, gas fireplace, walk-in closet and jet tub. Fully landscaped with HOA. Full lawn care and snow removal! For more information please contact Charlie & Jamie Shopp!

7197 W. Derrick Dr.

Two 3 ton overhead cranes, floor sump, two floors of office space, five overhead doors, fenced yard, paved lot. $900,000.

Salt Creek Highway

Taxes have not been established for this property yet. Flat land fenced on 3 sides with chain link. $87,120. Enter ID #2712

1960 N. Loop

Large industrial property. Two 20 ton overhead cranes, 30 foot sidewall. Good access to I-25 and to 20-26. $1,900,000 Enter ID #2592

675 3rd Street

Great lighter, industrial site. Heated shop! Flat, open lot, 26’x146’ open storage shed. Hookup for mobile office, or trailer. Level lot, fenced yard, easy access to HWY 20/26 at HWY 220 & I-25. $415,000. Enter ID #1812

407 N. Walsh

Great location for commercial sight. Directly north of US Post Office Processing Center. Makes for great traffic coming through. $1,785,000. Enter ID #1762

3532 Salt Creek

Industrial Lot close to the Wardwell Exit off of I-25, Wardwell water and sewer available. $209,500.

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Natrona County Mid-Year Market Report

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Jason Central Casper $173,000


south Central $179,900

• Fantastic Twin Home • Great Mtn. Views • 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 2 Car Garage • 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 Baths • Newer Steel Siding & Windows

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• 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 Baths, 3 Car Garage • Over 1400 Sq. Ft. on one level

• Over 4000 Sq. Ft. • Theatre Room & More

Country property $325,000 east Casper $127,500

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Tricks, Not Treats Reign of terror It sounds like the plot of a horror movie—but it’s true. In 2006, the residents of Bottomley, West Yorkshire, England, were the victims of a 16month rampage by an angry neighbor, the BBC reported. The perpetrator played loud choral music about rape and pillage, damaged vehicles, set booby traps, and littered the road with dead animals, dog feces and nails. Eventually the judge slapped the accused with an anti-social behavior order (basically a restraining order here in the States). The woman filed for an appeal in 2008, but was denied and fined £200,000 for breaching the order on two occasions. The fence offense Even celebrities get a little nasty when it comes to their properties. But none took things quite as far as the infamous 2004 fence feud between actor Jim Belushi and former Catwoman Julie Newmar. It started simply enough: Belushi

wanted to make the fence around his had Newmar on his sitcom According property higher for more privacy. But to Jim, in which she played—you Newmar, who had spent decades caring guessed it—his grumpy neighbor for her prized rose garden, wasn’t “Julie”. having it. She argued the higher fence robbed her plants of sunlight. Years Read more: http://www.houselogic. of both public and private griping com/articles/tricks-not-treats-6followed. Belushi accused Newmar horror-stories-bad-neighbor-behavior/ of tearing down his fence and egging #ixzz13UwWwYIo his house. Newmar accused Belushi Visit for more articles like this. Reprinted from with permission of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF of being such a noisy neighbor she REALTORS®. had to use air traffic controllers’ earmuffs. Belushi sued Newmar for Serving Natrona County since 2003, SOS Staffing is invested in the $4 million for Casper community and its people. We understand the ever-changing harassment, market demands. defamation, and vandalism.The two Do you need qualified, pre-screened & drug-free workers for your eventually reached company? Are you new in town and in need of work? Whatever your a compromise needs, SOS Staffing can help. Call or visit us today! through mediation, settling the lawsuit. 130 North Ash #104

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351 N. Forest #42 Very nice double-wide with open floor plan, nice deck and patio area, large master suite and all appliances remain, including washer and dryer. $46,000.

924 W. 14th Large ranch style home centrally located with lots of potential. Three bedrooms upstairs along with laundry and walk-in shower allow for potential one-level living at an affordable price. $159,900

1050 N. Strand Custom built log home with nearly 900 feet of River frontage on 10 acres. This home is nestled among the Cottonwoods and has wonderful views of the mountain, wildlife and the river. Many custom features make this a great place to call home. $735,000

4454 E. 21st 4 BR/3.5 BA 2 story in Centennial Hills. Bright, open floor plan, boasting vaulted ceilings and gas fireplace. Master Bedroom and Bath with separate jet tub & shower. $299,900.

1329 S. Poplar

4005 Somerset

2 Bedroom, One Bath Centrally located. Great investment property with good history or very affordable home with lots of character. $79,900

Very nice home in great neighborhood! Great location nestled near several schools and parks, with a mature landscaped lot. This home shows great pride in ownership and has so much to offer. $264,000

John Lichty

715 W. 19th Very nice home in quiet location just a few blocks from the college. Large master bedroom with 他 bath. Four bedrooms plus an office area, $162,000.

3523 Trappers Trail Very nice 1 level twin home offers wonderful mountain views from living room, master bedroom and back patio. This home has all landscaping and fencing completed, is just a few years old and is move-in ready $155,900

0000 Valley Road Very nice building site with all public utilities on the lots. Two lots available with great views of Casper Mountain. Lot 4 is 1.11 Acres and Lot 5 is 1 Acre. $120,000 Call me direct, 473-8333


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5316 E. 22nd Elkhorn Valley $579,000

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! If this is what you’re look for; this has all three! Custom ranch built by one of Casper’s premier builders, Stucco & Stone Exterior, Triple Garage, Walk-Out Basement, Vaulted Ceilings, 6 Bedrooms, Office, 3.5 Baths, Open Floor Plan & Hardwood Floors.

6593 Sharrock New to the Market! $299,000

Open Floor Plan! Newer ranch style home! Single level with vaulted ceilings. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, spacious master suite with private office area. Beautiful yard, oversized garage, with room for a shop!

1218 W. 23rd New Price! $185,000

3101 Garden Creek Garden Creek $1,100,000

Exquisite Mountain Home featuring 6000 Sq. Ft. of living on 12+ Acres. This home is spacious and offers a cozy mountain retreat feeling. Nestled in mature pines this home features 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 3 fireplaces, tongue and groove vaulted ceilings, custom tiled floors, granite counter tops and a fabulous “cooks kitchen” , oversized double garage with a second floor work out studio. Only minutes from town you will own your own oasis!

2131 W. Odell New Price! $199,000

This beautiful well cared for home is nestled in a charming neighborhood among lovely mature trees. Glimmering hardwood floors flow throughout the main and upper levels. The 13x23 sunroom has wonderful southern exposure. The lower level walks-out to a beautifully Landscaped yard, with a maintance free exterior.

Very private location with a 28K lot, room for a shop/garage, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, lush yard, sprinkler system, next to Nancy English Park.

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Be Prepared for an Emergency Make A Home Emergency Preparedness Kit By: Wendy Paris Published: October 26, 2010 Make a home emergency preparedness kit with all the essential supplies to aid you in case a disaster strikes your area. Putting together a home emergency preparedness kit you hope never to use may seem like a waste of time and money. But when disasters happen that are beyond your control, you can take charge of how you respond.

Items for an emergency preparedness kit

essentials you’ll need for a basic “grab First-aid supplies: Two pairs of and go” kit: sterile gloves, adhesive bandages and sterile dressings, soap or other cleanser, Water: One gallon per person per day antibiotic towelettes and ointment, for at least three days, for drinking and burn ointment, eye wash, thermometer, sanitation; double if you live in a very hot scissors, tweezers, petroleum jelly, aspirin climate, have young kids, or are nursing. or non-aspirin pain reliever, and stomach Bottled water is best, but you can also store analgesics such as Tums or Pepto-Bismol, tap water in food-grade containers or two- and a laxative. liter soda bottles that have been sanitized. Factor in your pet’s water needs, too. Sanitation and hygiene supplies: Moist towelettes in sealed packets, paper towels, Food: At least a three-day supply of toilet paper, garbage bags, and plastic ties. non-perishables and a can opener. Pack You might also want travel-size shampoo, protein, fruit, and vegetables, but make toothpaste/toothbrush, and deodorant. sure they’re in a form you actually like— it’s bad enough not to have access to fresh Radio or TV: Keep a portable, batteryfood without also having to subsist on or crank-operated radio or television and nothing but canned tuna. Include treats extra batteries to remain connected in case like cereal bars, trail mix, and candy bars. the power goes out, as well as an extra cell Store food in pest-proof plastic or metal phone charger. You can buy an emergency tubs and keep it in a cool, dry place. radio online from the Red Cross.

Store all items in an easy-to-carry bag Flashlights and extra batteries: Candles Helpful extras: Duct tape, dust masks, a or suitcase that’s readily accessible. Make are not recommended because there are signal whistle, toys for kids. sure everyone in the family knows where many house fires caused by candles left it is and what it contains. If you need to unattended. Cash: Have at least $100 in your kit. evacuate your home quickly, here are the

National Housing & Economic Indicators Existing-Home Sales (Aug) - 4.13 million units* Existing-Home Median Price (Aug) - $178,600 Housing Affordability (July) - 161.8 Pending Home Sales Index (July) - 79.4 New Home Sales (Aug) - 288,000* Housing Starts (Aug) - 598,000* Mortgage Purchase Application Index (Week ending Sept. 17) - Down 1.4% Fixed-Rate Mortgage Rate (Week ending Sept. 17) - 4.37% Consumer Confidence (August) - 53.5 (Down from 51.0) Employment Situation (August) - Down 54,000 Jobs Consumer Price Index (August) - Up 0.3% Producer Price Index (August) - Up 0.4% Retail Sales (August) - Up 0.4% Copyright National Association of REALTORS®, Reprinted from with permission. *Seasonally adjusted annual rate. 34

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Be Prepared for an Emergency Tailor a emergency preparedness kit to your needs

do need escape ladders in case of wildfire. approaching its expiration date. Replace And you’ll want extra blankets to survive batteries. You might pick a specific a winter power outage in Maine. time each year to check, such as before hurricane season in the south or after Along with the basics like food and Thanksgiving if you live in the north. Update your emergency water, it’s important to have what you need for your particular situation. You may not preparedness kit regularly Buy a pre-made kit need extra blankets in southern Replace all California, As an alternative to making your own food and but you w a t e r kit, you can buy a fully stocked kit from the American Red Cross. A kit with a three-day supply of essentials for one adult costs $50 to $70. Wendy Paris is a New York-based writer whose work has appeared in This Old House magazine and other publications. She keeps chocolate chips on hand in case of emergency. Read more: http://www.houselogic. com/articles/make-home-emergencypreparedness-kit/#ixzz13Urp2SOG Visit for more articles like this. Reprinted from with permission of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.

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There is still time to be in your New Home for the Holidays!

Call Kent or Joyce Hambrick for all your real estate needs! New Listing!

New Listing!

1728 Omaha Trail

1150 Payne

$188,900 ID#3862

$195,000 ID#3902

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Very well maintained and clean-like new! Aztec model with upgraded cherry wood cabinets 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car attached garage Central air, front door, and main floor laundry.

Under Contract!

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5 bedrooms (2 non-conforming), 2.5 bath, large master Corner lot, 2 car attached garage Updated kitchen One year Home Warranty

2205 W. Prairie Lane • • •

3 bedrooms, 1.75 bath, 3 Att garage, Bi-level w/ lots of space on large lot Updated kitchen, steel siding, nice decks, new roof Insulated & heated extra garage used as shop

$204,900 ID#2502

3910 Eagle Drive • • •

Open kitchen W/hickory cabinets, double sided fireplace 5 Br, 3.5 Ba, Sunroom, three car garage, RV parking Large family room with vaulted ceiling. New exterior stain.

$315,000 ID#2621

~Land For Sale~

Residential Land - WY Blvd. And McKinley, 18.49 acres, $199,000 Call for more details

Kent Hambrick Joyce Hambrick

Call direct, 473-8346

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3025 Cabin Creek Place This is an artist’s house-and it looks it. Tastefully decorated up and down. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 car garage. Large family room in lower level. Very Nice deck off kitchen and huge backyard! Access off Robertson Road for RV Parking and storage shed! $205,000

3803 S. Poplar

Gracious red brick home with expansive back yard. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, Master bedroom has been enlarged. Formal living room with dining “L” and deck. Master bedroom also has a door to the back yard & deck. $259,000

1410 Prairie Lane

Casper Natives will realize this unique property was formally used as a hanger for commercial airlines! This building has over 22,000 sqft with a main shop area, 2 offices, meeting room, showroom, and ample storage rooms. Fenced lot and ideal for outside storage! This building is truly one of kind! Building and Land Only! $740,000

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2943 Pheasant TAKE A LOOK AT THIS ONE!!!

WINNING COMBINATION AND NEW UPDATES! This 1,824 square foot home offers 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen dinette opens to large deck. Newly appointed: outside and inside paint, landscaping front and back with sprinkler system. Evaporative cooler. Best buy $160,000. Ask for seller incentives. Enter ID# 2042.

1910 Cornwall A PLEASANT SURPRISE!!!

Well designed home, open, bright and welcoming. 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths. Vaulted ceilings living, dining, kitchen, cozy den overlooks garden like back yard. Tub lights bring in the sun year round. Main floor den. Gas Fireplace. Central Air is main level only. Spacious rooms and much more. Enjoy!! $338,500.

4710 E. 15th LET THE FUN BEGIN!!

Estate setting with mountain views. Featuring vaulted great room, 6 BR, 4 BA. Wood floors accent a spacious dining area with a large kitchen, large pantry, granite counters, & steel appliances. Master suite opens to a large garden room with whirlpool tub. Covered patio from the walkout lower level family room with gas fireplace. 600 sq. ft. bonus room which lends itself to a theatre, play area, game area or adult get away library. Only $590,000 for almost 6,000 sq. ft. Will lease for $2,000 per month. Enter ID #1172

Mountain Land

4840 Bel Vista Dr. GREAT BUY!!

Treed lot on Casper Mountain. Call me for more information! $38,000

Welcome home to this 1,792 SQ FT home. Located in Bar Nunn this home features 3 BR, 2 BA, spacious rooms, formal living, family room with pellet stove. Detached 24’x24’ garage and plenty of room on the 11,500 SQ FT lot. Move in Ready! $145,000. Will lease for $1,100 per month. Enter ID# 3462.

4342 & 4344 Coffman Court - Get in Line!!

New Construction Town Homes, scenically supreme, by SP Investments. Designed by Brandon Daigle, Almost 1,794 sq. ft. each level, ranch style homes. 2 car attached garage with 2 or 3 bedrooms, office room, or built in office work station. Has homeowners association for upkeep, lawn care and snow removal. Walk out lower levels. View of Casper Mountain and overlooking Garden Creek. $284,000. Main level finish only. Appointment for completion date, specifications and extras available.

Linda Hall-Crabb Call me direct, 473-8317

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The No Hassle, No Pressure Way to get the information YOU want!

Simply Call 1-800-651-9004 and Enter the ID# 134 Ft. Laramie - Glenrock NEW PRICE!!

Payment Only $514.08* 3 BedrOOms, 1.75 Baths, 1 car garage large deck fOr entertaining nice views Of resident wildlife! Priced at $110,000! enter id #1192

3375 N. Sunburst

429 Oleander

1245 S. Durbin

Payment Only $637.92* 3 BedrOOm, 2.5 Bath, 2 car garage lOts Of POtential! large Private Backyard

Payment Only $642.60* 3 BedrOOms, 1.75 Baths, 1 car garage new rOOf, new carPet, many uPdates cOnvenient lOcatiOn


Priced at $136,500! enter id #1252

425 Oleander NEW PRICE!!

Payment Only $644.93* Payment Only $700.55* fantastic rural PrOPerty On 2.2 acres 3 BedrOOms, 1.5 Baths & 1 car garage wOnderful flOOr Plan, 3 Bd, 2 Ba OPen living sPace, many uPdates great mOuntain views! Private Backyard, great deck Priced at $138,000! enter id #1402

Priced at $149,900! enter id #2322

4350 Arroyo Drive

huge additiOn & many uPdates 5-6 BedrOOms, 3.5 BathrOOms 4 car gar with shOP & rv Parking

Priced at $249,900! enter id #3332


Payment Only $887.48* Payment Only $1063.21* charming hOme in excellent cOnditiOn! cOmPletely uPdated & remOdeled 4 BedrOOms, 2.5 Baths, 2 car garage 3-4 BedrOOms, 3 Bath, 2 car garage rv Parking, mature fruit trees, PatiO newly finished Basement Priced at $227,500! enter id #3012

Priced at $189,900! enter id #3532


lease tO Purchase OPtiOn

3330 Saratoga

1829 Omaha Trail

2042 Rustic Drive


Priced at $137,500! enter id #1452

classy hOme in Private suBdivisiOn. 2 BedrOOms, 2 Baths, 2 car garage cathedral ceilings, gas firePlace $7,200 carPet allOwance

Priced at $285,000! enter id #1052

3611 Vista Royale NEW LISTING!!

custOm Built & Out Of the Ordinary! 4 Beautiful BedrOOms, 3 BathrOOms deluxe garage set uP! fantastic hOme On large cOrner lOt!

Priced at $399,000! enter id #2522

Amy Lund

*P&i Only, 4.25% cOnventiOnal, 5% dOwn, 30 years. aPr nOt tO exceed 6%.

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9150 Klein Drive What a piece of heaven on Casper Mountain! Off Hogadon Road a Hemisphere Dome with triple car garage is 28’ X 40’ & will hold 4 cars. A 2 bedroom apartment plus a studio apartment are also included The 4 car garage is 53’X25” & the tractor & plow stay with the property! All on Approximately 1.7 Acres $295,000 Seller will carry CFD. Home & Apartment also available to lease

10785 East Platte River Road

Horse Property On the River!!!! This 4 bedroom, 3 bath home with hardwood floors & a big country kitchen. The Garage/Barn/Shop/Stalls/Tack & Feed Room is 83’X36’ Plus 160 feet of the North Platte River Frontage all this on 3.35 acres! Just off the Old Glenrock Highway! Priced at $510,000

260 Delmare For Lease! Warehouse/ Shop space!! Perfect for that person that needs more shop space! 40x60, Overhead door, Bathroom. Convenient location 2 shops available $750 per month

409 W.Birch

Chameleon Rd.

20 acres with fantastic access. ElecThis Historic building is located in tric and phone available. Modular and manufactured homes on approved downtown Glenrock! foundations, no more than 7 years old You have so many options with this building. Upstairs features a 2 to 3 are permitted. Up to 4 horses, or 2 cows or llamas will be allowed. bedroom apartment. The basement Off Cole Creek Road $30,000 is perfect for storage, & main floor professional space! $154,900

Off County Rd. 403

640 deeded acres & approx. 250 acres of BLM land at Haystack Butte. Towards Medicine Bow Seasonal Bolton Creek runs through the property Seller will carry contract for deed. 35% down, 6% interest, 5 year balloon. $390,000

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1426 Brigham Young $124,500

611 S. Jackson $59,000

924 N. Jackson $112,500

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20’x30’ detached garage •

3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath Large kitchen and good sized master bedroom Near walking paths and golf course.

Investors Special

2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath 910 sq. ft. on a 6500 sq. ft. lot

Call 1-800-651-9004 and enter ID#3912.

Remodeled Baths, New Windows 3 Bedrooms, 1.75 Baths 16’x16’ Shed Auto Sprinkler

Call 1-800-651-9004 and enter ID#3922.

Call 1-800-651-9004 and enter ID#2952.

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4925 Wardwell 918 Lookout

Commercial lot located in Bar Nunn 8.93+ Acres close to I-25 from exit 191. Site preparation is complete on this level lot with all utilities near . Great location for commercial/light Industrial business $259,900 ID# 1462

Glenrock!! Great 2 bedroom, 2 bath home in Sunup Ridge. Nice quiet location. This newer manufactured home is a very clean, 1996 Fortress on a 5,774 square foot lot. Property includes gas range, washer/dryer, and refrigerator, plus features a shop/shed,

RV parking, $60,000

HWY 20-26

120 Acre Parcel ! Nice recreational or horse property – close to Highway 20-26, Pine Mountain, and Golden Eye Reservoir. Great terrain and nice views.. At only $499 per acre, this property is a steal. $59,900.

628 E. 12th

Big Yard, Central location! Great opportunity to own a home in the big tree area of Casper. This 2 bedroom, 1.75 bath home in central Casper is ready to move into. Huge back yard with new storage shed, alley access, and possible RV parking. Seller has done someremodeling, including partially finishing the basement. $108,000

128 A Eden West 1st South

Horse Lovers. Perfect, 80-acre horse property with beautiful views of the Wind River Mountains. Produces 200 tons of alfalfa hay per year, with 63 irrigated acres. Property includes a 7-tower pivot, hay barn, two water wells an artesian well for stock, and a lined pond. Also featured: two (2) residences, a separate office building, two (2) barns with a corral, and a 40’x60’ insulated building to be used as an indoor riding arena or shop. Close to some of the best fishing and hunting in the world, plus you’ll own a 50% share of the mineral rights. Lots of trees. Call for a tour. $399,000 NEW PRICE!

158 Progress Circle - For Sale or Lease

Grade A Commercial Building 15,500 square feet with approximately 9,600 square feet of office space; 15 offices, 3 kitchens, multiple conference areas, 4 drive-through shop bays, 8 overhead doors, three-phase power, 1,720 sf of very nice residential space, landscaped grounds, concrete driveways and paved parking. $1,150,000

Jim Hawks Call me direct, 473-8314

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