Showing posts from December, 2018

Make Plans to Attend 2019 Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days!

One of Lake of the Ozarks largest winter events is almost here! Since 1999 Ameren Missouri has held Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days where thousands gather to watch live eagles from the World Bird Sanctuary with a naturalist on hand to answer questions. Eagle Days will be held on Saturday, January 5th and Sunday, January 6th, 2019 . This event is completely free to the public and will begin at 9 am on Saturday at various venues at the Lake of the Ozarks. Today, Lake of the Ozarks best real estate agents have all of the details for the event lineup for Eagle Days!  Photo Credit:  2019 Eagle Days Schedule School of the Osage Heritage Elementary • Coloring & Photo Contest • Face Painting • Ameren Missouri • Jim Rathert Photography & Mugs • MO Dept. of Conservation • Master Naturalist, Lake of the Ozarks Chapter • MO State Parks • Adair's Animal Nuisance Trapping • MO State Highway Patrol/Water Patrol • Lake Area Camera Club • Dickerson Park Zoo presents t

Setting the Record Straight on 4 Misconceptions about Buying Real Estate

Buying real estate is no small feat and can be overwhelming at times. When you announce that you plan to buy real estate at the Lake of the Ozarks , it seems like everyone, good or bad, is there to give you advice. It doesn't matter if it's your first real estate transaction or your fifth, circumstances change over time and it's often hard to determine what's true and what's false -especially when everyone is sharing their opinions with you. That's why today, your favorite team of  real estate agents at the Lake of the Ozarks  would like to break down a few common facts and misconceptions about buying real estate. Misconception #1  Buying A House Should Be A Purely Intellectual Process. Setting the Record Straight  Reasoning Through Things Is Important, But You Should Not Discount Your Emotions. Choosing which home you wish to purchase is a big decision. It's a major financial investment, for one thing, and moving to a new home can be a lot of w

6 Kitchen Remodel Design Tips

The kitchen is the heart of your home and if you are thinking about listing your home at the Lake of the Ozarks soon, you may want to consider doing a few updates before putting it on the market. The kitchen is one of the most scrutinized rooms of your home when potential buyers are looking for their next home. That's why it may be beneficial to complete a few updates. If you're not sure where to start, the Fran Campbell Team has a few tips to help you design a kitchen that will sell your home! 1) Bring your Cabinets All the Way to the Ceiling Cabinets collect dust and typically have accessories that are unnecessary. More Cabinets will give you more storage and will eliminate unused dusty areas. Plus the look of floor to ceiling cabinets can be absolutely stunning! 2) Invest in Quality Cabinets  This is NOT the place to cut corners. The drawers and doors of your cabinets will be opened and closed multiple times daily. Be sure to get solid hardwoods, quality fini

4 Tips For a Successful Move!

If you are getting ready to buy a home at the Lake of the Ozarks you are probably getting excited about living in a new place to call home. One thing you are probably not so excited about is the dreaded moving day. Moving all of your belongings is quite a job but there are several things you can do to make it a little easier. Our team of real estate agents at the Lake of the Ozarks  have four tips to consider for your next big move! #1 List EVERYTHING Keep a list of everything you put into any given box. Once it's full and the box has been labeled, mark which label your new list corresponds to (using letters or numbers work well) and file it away for safekeeping. This way, you'll be able to remember where you put your silverware without having to dig through every single box! #2 Label EVERYTHING Even the things you don't think you will need to. Don't seal any boxes, bags, or crates without first labeling their contents. Some people even opt to color coordina