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    Things to Admire About Louisville: The Slugger Walk

    By Bob Sokoler | June 21, 2013

    For Louisville’s baseball fans, the hall of fame means something different. No longer are names simply put on a plaque and forgotten in the museum. That would certainly be no way to honor its famous baseball players who made the slugger famous. So, the Louisville Slugger Museum has taken a new approach to honoring its... Read More

    Louisville vs Lexington: Which City Will You Choose to Live In?

    By Bob Sokoler | June 17, 2013

    Louisville and Lexington are the metropolitan Bluegrass cities located in and near the heart of Kentucky. They are 75 miles apart from each other and both lay claim to being the thoroughbred raising capital. Lexington has been named the Thoroughbred City and the Horse Capital, while Louisville hosts the world class Kentucky Derby at the... Read More

    Head Over to Churchill Downs for “Downs After Dark!”

    By Bob Sokoler | June 6, 2013

    Churchill Downs 700 Central Ave, Louisville, KY (502) 636-4400 Evening racing is back for a popular fifth season at America’s most famous racecourse. Held the last three Saturdays in June, gates open at 4 p.m. and the first of eleven races posts at 6 p.m. The setting is beautiful Churchill Downs, located less than six... Read More

    Recently Sold Homes in Louisville, KY

    By Bob Sokoler | June 5, 2013

    Home owners in the Louisville, Kentucky area who are considering selling their home should take advantage of the recent improvements in the real estate market. Many single family residential homes have sold in the Louisville area recently and reasonable offers continue to be made on homes, condos and vacant lots of land that are currently... Read More

    5 Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Your Home

    By Bob Sokoler | May 22, 2013

    We all know selling your home isn’t as easy as saying it. From the rebounding real estate market to picky home buyers, sellers have a number of obstacles to prepare for when selling their home. However, even though the process may not be easy at times, it doesn’t mean you need to make it difficult... Read More

    A Budget Plan For Your First Home Purchase

    By Bob Sokoler | May 17, 2013

    Buying a home is an accomplishment that most Americans want to experience one day. People from various economic classes can all experience this American dream if they plan correctly. Before beginning the home purchasing process, first time home buyers must first develop a budget plan that will ensure they are be able to afford the... Read More

    Featured Listing: 609 Woodlake Dr, Louisville, KY 40245

    By Bob Sokoler | May 6, 2013

    Enjoy the simplicity of southern living without compromising on style when you move into this beautiful five bedroom, four and a half bath home. This single family residence is situated on 1.25 acres of land in the Lake Forest neighborhood in Louisville, Kentucky. This spacious home is over 6,000 square feet. Enjoy the great outdoors... Read More

    Bringing the Kentucky Derby to Your Home

    By Bob Sokoler | April 28, 2013

    The Kentucky Derby is one of the most prestigious sporting events in our country’s history. On May 4th, this historic event will be taking place at Churchill Downs providing excitement for all who attend the event and those who witness it by way of television. Some of the most prestigious and famous individuals attend the... Read More

    Louisville: A Top City with a Top Workplace

    By Bob Sokoler | April 27, 2013

    Relocating to a new area can be a stressful period for you, especially if you’re looking for a new job at the same time. Managing finances and ensuring a safe future for your family is always a top priority — which is why Louisville has remained a popular destination to move to. With numerous corporations... Read More

    A Good Mix: Homes and Bourbon Blended Together

    By Bob Sokoler | April 22, 2013

    When people mention Louisville, they often think of it as the home destination for the Kentucky Derby or the original marketplace for baseball bats (traditionally named “Sluggers”). But what people often miss is the history and culture centered around bourbon. Situated in prime “Bourbon Country,” the native drink has long been a favorite among Kentuckians... Read More

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