Skip To Content

Blog

    Selling your Home: 3 Lies and 3 Truths from Reality TV

    By Rebecca Bundy | August 31, 2021

    3 Lies LIE #1: Agents make BIG commissions While many agents create a comfortable life with the commissions generated, there are omitted details on our favorite shows because they don’t make great TV. Often they are splitting the gross commission with marketing, insurance, brokerage fees, and other agents. LIE #2: The BEST realtor is the... Read More

    Adopt a Pet in Southern Utah

    By Admin | July 19, 2021

    Get yourself a pet and your mood – and your life in general – will improve drastically. The same is true for our furry friends. Their happiness is all about having a home and a loving family. It’s a win-win. We have created a short directory of pet adoption centers in Southern Utah for easier... Read More

    Is a Housing Market Crash Possible?

    By Admin | July 16, 2021

    Crash or boom? This is the trending question of the year. As we have witnessed over the past year, anything is possible. Who knew we’d be hit hard by a pandemic and experience unprecedented record-breaking numbers in the housing market and other economic sectors? This article looks at the current state of the housing market... Read More

    For the Love of Reading

    By Admin | May 24, 2021

    Five interesting book recommendations from five unique individuals. The Sycamore Lane Realty Co. is made up of voracious readers who always seek to enrich their minds through literature – both fiction and non-fiction – written by authors ranging from Charles Duhigg to Michael Moran. Here’s a list of what they’re reading right now and selected... Read More

    Utah Campgrounds | Our Top Picks

    By Rebecca Bundy | May 3, 2021

    Do you like to play outside?!? We are all feeling outdoorsy here and camping seems to be on all of our minds. There is something about being outside, disconnecting, and a slower, simpler pace that heals and invigorates. It seems to be just what we need to rest, release, and refocus to be ready for... Read More

    Planting Dates for Spring in St. George, UT

    By Rebecca Bundy | March 29, 2021

    Ever wondered what you can plant this spring in your vegetable garden? Here’s a planting calendar specifically for St. George, Utah. Frost dates based on historical weather data is usually the guide used by gardeners in determining the best time to plant seedlings in the garden. Happy planting! Source: https://www.almanac.com/gardening/planting-calendar/UT/Saint%20George# Read More

    5 TOP Rated Breakfast Restaurants in St. George, UT

    By Rebecca Bundy | March 15, 2021

    Rating Google 4.5 | Yelp 3.5 | Trip Advisor 4 Hours Sunday to Thursday: 6AM – 9PMFriday to Saturday: 6AM – 10PM Menu https://blackbeardiner.com/menus/?store=153 Price Range $2.69 – $14.39 Location 1245 S Main St.St. George, UT 84770(435) 656-2327 Rating Google 4.5 | Yelp 3.5 | Trip Advisor 4 Hours 7AM to 3PM Daily Menu https://bearpawcafe.com/menu/... Read More

    5 Non-profit Organizations for Women by Women

    By Rebecca Bundy | March 8, 2021

    Because it’s International Women’s Day, let’s take a look at some non-profit organizations in Washington County that cater to the needs of women. The stories behind these groups are truly inspiring and would really make you think how compassion for humanity can go such a long way. Read on and we also encourage you to... Read More

    7 Pet-Friendly Restaurants in St. George, Utah

    By Rebecca Bundy | March 1, 2021

    Having a hard time looking for food establishments that would gladly take you in together with your pet? We rounded up eight highly-rated pet-friendly restaurants in St. George, Utah. We originally wanted to give you five but why be stingy? You deserve to have more options so you can enjoy your next family meal with... Read More

    TOP 5 Off the Beaten Path Adventures in St. George, Utah

    By Rebecca Bundy | February 22, 2021

    Southwest Utah is known for breathtaking scenes and adrenaline-pumping adventures. Think hiking, biking or trailing while enjoying red rock formations, spectacular flora, and volcanic landscapes. Although people would usually head straight to Zion National Park, St. George Utah offers equally amazing geological wonders worth exploring minus the crowd. Whether you just moved or are planning... Read More