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By Erby Crofutt, The Central Kentucky Home Inspector, Lexington KY
(B4 U Close Home Inspections&Radon Testing (www.b4uclose.com))
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Some grow houses need lot's of electricity to work.  This one didn't need any electricity.   Of course this house was just growing mushrooms on the ceiling and wall from a roof leak.  Beautiful 123 year old house not being taken care of very well.  Of course the new buyer hopes to do much better....
By Charles McDonald, REALTOR®, Blogger, Principal Broker®, Owner
(Charlottesville Real Estate Solutions)
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Take a walk around Koru Farm - click here (or click on photo) Koru Farm is a unique horse farm on 21 beautiful acres with pond & pastoral views ideally located in Free Union - 10 mins from Charlottesville. Stunning 2011 down-to-the-studs renovation by Shelter Associates & David Day. Open floor pl...
By Lizette Fitzpatrick, Lizette Realty,Lexington KY MLS - Kentucky Homes -
(Lizette Realty - Lexington KY - Richmond KY)
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  Ahhhh... "those were the good old days," my Mom and Dad used to say. I can well remember the story of an old Sears refrigerator that they carted all over Wyoming to Laredo Texas when my Dad was in the Air Force back in the 50's. Then they packed it to Richmond, Kentucky and used it for years. L...
By Erby Crofutt, The Central Kentucky Home Inspector, Lexington KY
(B4 U Close Home Inspections&Radon Testing (www.b4uclose.com))
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Geocaching in Bourbon County, KY Having recently read Cindy Edwards' blog about Geocaching, it's a great family thing. I was, fortunately, well aware of what exactly I was looking at this afternoon. I took a little by-way side trip today, on my way home from a Carlisle Kentucky area home inspecti...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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This is the home of true bourbon whiskey, which was shipped north to the Ohio River and then on by riverboat to the world in barrels stamped Old Bourbon.  True bourbon whisky has a finicky range of requirements, primary of which is its mash must be at least 70% corn, and it must be aged for 4 yea...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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Bourbon County.  Settlers first moved into this area northeast of Lexington around 1776, building on the watershed of what was to become Stoner Creek.  At the time, this area was part of Virginia, and covered a huge, unsettled swath of northeastern Kentucky. It was named in honor of French Royal ...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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What is the #1 feature that the Internet consumer uses to choose which web site that they use for their Real Estate needs. SEARCH FUNCTION,PERIOD; Ease of use, speed and user friendliness. Why would you make someone register for something that they can get everywhere without signing up and being ...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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What affect the decline in the September sales will have in the Real Estate market in the coming months. With many farms dependant of the cash flow from the sales there is no question that there will be additional properties being put up for sale this fall. Bluegrass Trophy Properties
By Monica Hess
(Feng Shui This, Kentucky's Feng Shui Master)
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Feng Shui This Courthouse in Paris KY Last week I went on a little excursion to Paris without leaving the state.  Our Paris is in Bourbon county, KY.  You can't get more KY than that!  While driving to Paris you can almost feel your blood pressure go down as you gaze over the beautiful green fiel...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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Here it is, the Big Secret. What do you about a complaint that a property is not being shown and that you are not doing your job. The answer has been around a while but only a handful of realtors know how to use it. The Virtual Tour. And more specifically the tour statistic counter. If you are no...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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The Keeneland September sales are going thru what I call a 401K adjustment. Does -35% seen familair During Sunday's session, 255 horses sold for $14,843,000, compared to $27,096,500 for 296 horses  during the comparable  2008 session. The drop in average from $91,542 in 2008 to $58,208  this year...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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Bluegrass Trophy Properties in a very short time has been pretty successful in getting out our message. Buying a horse farm is a pretty complicated venture and proper representation is essential. Joe Riddell and Cathy Davis are two of the most experienced in the business and it has been a pleasur...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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I have received numerous inquires as to what is a Hi-Def virtual tour and what makes it so special. I have been doing tours since 1998 beginiing with Ipix. Early tours took almost a minute to load and the images had most of the resolution sucked out of them in order to load. The Hi-Def platform t...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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The Keeneland September sale has started with a pretty subdued mood but interest in Real Estate remains strong. I think there is a general belief that farmland is always a good long term investment and prices are at a level in which interest is still there. The Bluegrass region is a finite area, ...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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The model for Bluegrass Trophy Properties has been flexible from its inception. We wanted to showcase Horse farms for sale in Central Kentucky like they had never been done before. Our Condo site was #1 ranked in Google and we have since added a rental site and are now looking at 2 more niche rea...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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The Hi-Def tours on the rental site should save consumers considerable time and money by allowing you to see the entire view. The 360 view in the front yard will clearly show the neighbors and what is across the street. Back yard views clearly show all neighbors. There is no technology that will ...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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If by some chance you love the bluegrass region of Kentucky and you didnt see the Woodward stakes from Saratoga Springs in New York yesterday, you missed history in the making. I have posted the video replay on my other daily blog Horsemojo.com. It was really a cool race and inspired many Central...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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We will be doing a series of videos on Bluegrass  Trophy Properties over the unique elements available in the bluegrass region of Kentucky that make it so conducive to raising great horses. The concentration of the thoroughbred industry right here is not by accident. Its the soil,watger,grass, an...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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The Keeneland September sale is in about 2 weeks and from what I have been told this is an active time of the year for Real Estate sales. The weather is fantastic, it has been for some time now, and people from around the globe will be visiting the area to look at bloodstock. Interest in our web ...
By Tom Larkin
(360World.com)
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Another video on Bluegrass Trophy Properties deals with water  sources  on a horse farm. Joe feels as if a city water supply may not be the absolute best for raising horses. Obviously the highly enriched soils of the bluegrass regiion make for very nutrient rich spring or natural water sources.

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