Summer May Be Ending, But It’s Never Too Late to Start Your Vacation

Summer Isn’t Over Yet…As we approach the middle of August, school is starting back up and some are returning to work. Summer sure does seem to fly past us and some may think they didn’t have enough time to enjoy the vacation they hoped and planned for. Here’s the thing – it’s not too late.Life can get in the way,… Read More “Summer May Be Ending, But It’s Never Too Late to Start Your Vacation”

Spring Fever

Spring FeverOh, that little thing called Spring Fever. Thanks to daylight savings, we now experience longer days and anxiously await Spring. We want it and we want it now. Being in the South, we get a taste of warmer temperatures before most people and for that we are grateful. With warm weather tip-toeing in, we want everyone to celebrate its arrival… Read More “Spring Fever”

What’s New at Garden City Realty in 2015

As we settle into 2015, here’s an update on what’s been happening at Garden City Realty. Retirement Announcement Last month we said goodbye to Director of Owner Services, Judy Walton, who retired at the end of 2014. Judy has been with Garden City Realty since 1983, starting as a reservationist in Guest Services. Since then her responsibilities have been extensive,… Read More “What’s New at Garden City Realty in 2015”

Looking Forward to Another Great Year at Garden City Realty

It’s been quite some time since I’ve made a blog entry here. Well folks, where to start? Last year was quite busy, we had a great summer. We gave away four family portrait sessions through our Facebook page to guests who stayed with us May through August. It was very successful and the photos turned out great! The winning families… Read More “Looking Forward to Another Great Year at Garden City Realty”

Chasing the Dream…on a Budget

My husband and I represent the millions of working class Americans who struggle to make ends-meet living paycheck to paycheck. Our budget does not allow for hefty mortgage payments in custom-built neighborhoods with comfy amenities. On the contrary, our comfort-zone includes; low mortgage payments, moderate neighborhood amenities and the realistic expectations of raising two children in a troubled economy with… Read More “Chasing the Dream…on a Budget”

Vacation Planning on a Budget

One of the hardest things about planning a vacation with children is making sure everything you select; the area, resort and restaurants are kid-friendly and full of options for accommodating rambunctious and exhausted kiddos. I have two children; a 5 year old and 20 month old. Finding a perfect selection to satisfy both is often challenging.  My son, the baby,… Read More “Vacation Planning on a Budget”