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    Tuscaloosa Real Estate is on FIRE!! How to Be a Competitive Buyer with the A-Team!

    By Alice Maxwell | February 3, 2021

    NO DOUBT the housing market is hopping! With the inventory and interest rates at an all-time low, Tuscaloosa residents are on the move. In fact, the current multiple listings inventory for residential homes is only 330! To put this number into perspective, just two years ago the market consistently held strong at 1,000 plus residential... Read More

    Tuscaloosa Over Covid

    By Alice Maxwell | April 28, 2020

    Well, we did it!  We have made it through something not many have experienced or will experience again in their lifetime. The unknown was somewhat scary but watching our community of Tuscaloosa come together in positivity and kindness has been a truly beautiful thing to watch. As we anxiously await the return of our regular... Read More

    Spring Cleaning Success

    By Alice Maxwell | March 13, 2020

    7 Tips for Successful Spring Cleaning   The days are longer and spring is almost upon us. That means it’s time for that yearly tradition that either fills you with excitement, dread, or a combination of both- Spring Cleaning! Don’t let spring cleaning overwhelm you this year. Use these tips for a successful experience.  ... Read More

    Planning Your Tuscaloosa Staycation

    By Alice Maxwell | March 6, 2020

    Planning Your Tuscaloosa Staycation   Spring Break is here and, thanks to COVID 19, travel is being discouraged. What does this mean for you? Consider planning a Tuscaloosa staycation for your 2020 Spring Break. To help you make the most of your vacation time we’ve put together a list of ideas to help you plan.... Read More

    Mama Dee and more “Serenity Prayers”

    By Alice Maxwell | March 4, 2020

    Mama Dee shares another prayer from “Serenity Prayers” by June Cotner. Mama Dee shares a prayer of gratitude titled “Realization,” written in June Cotner’s “Serenity Prayers.” The prayer emphasizes the importance of perspective, especially in times of hardship and pain. When we feel hopeless and helpless, we must remember that there are others in the... Read More

    What’s Happening in Tuscaloosa: March Edition

    By Alice Maxwell | March 1, 2020

    What’s Happening in Tuscaloosa: March Edition   February has flown by and it’s time to start planning your March adventures. Fortunately, there is no lack of fun activities in T-town this month. Here are a few of the events that Tuscaloosa has to offer for March.   Stephanie Kirkland x Sydney Gruber: Pop-up Art Show,... Read More

    Leap Day 2020

    By Alice Maxwell | February 20, 2020

    It’s leap year once again. Every four years, we get that magical extra day in February known as leap day. Because a solar year is actually 365.242189 days, every four years we add an extra day to the end of February to make up the difference and keep our calendar accurate. So, instead of 365... Read More

    In This Moment – Mondays with Mama Dee

    By Alice Maxwell | February 14, 2020

    Mama Dee reads about the power of this moment from the book No Ordinary Days: Little Exercises to Change Everything by M.H. Clark. In this moment, there is plenty of time. In this moment, you are precisely as you should be. In this moment, there is infinite possibility.  Read More

    Date nights in Tuscaloosa ♥️

    By Alice Maxwell | February 10, 2020

    Tuscaloosa Date Night Favorites It’s February and love is in the air! If you are wanting to take that special someone on a date they won’t soon forget, Tuscaloosa has you covered with some amazing date night favorites. Here are some great date night ideas in T-town.   The Riverwalk, 2710 Jack Warner Pkwy Take... Read More

    Let Go – Mondays with Mama Dee

    By Alice Maxwell | February 4, 2020

    Mama Dee reads another passage from the book No Ordinary Days: Little Exercises to Change Everything by M.H. Clark discussing the freedom that comes with letting go of those things we hold onto that make us feel embarrassed. It may only be a small thing that surfaces from time to time but we can still... Read More