Schaub Team Blog
Posted by Jamie Jewell on Sep 18 , 2019 - 11:25 am
It is true - when you own a home, the to-do lists never seem to end. As we turn the calendar and leaves begin to change, we are reminded that it is a good time to tackle some seasonal maintenance that will help prepare for the winter season ahead.
Posted by Jamie Jewell on Sep 16 , 2019 - 09:01 am
Frank and Micheline Padella of Padella Building Company announced today the development of the site-condominium, Oak Rise located on Richter Road in Suttons Bay has commenced. The site is located on 36 acres and includes protected land along with 13 carefully planned Â½ acre+ building sites. Each site is paired with one of four plans for a custom home to be built by Padella Building Company.
Posted by Jamie Jewell on Aug 15 , 2019 - 11:42 am
Mortgage rates have continued to drop. Not only does this provide an attractive opportunity to refinance a loan to secure a lower rate or shorter term it also presents favorable conditions for home buyers.
Posted by Jamie Jewell on Aug 14 , 2019 - 08:14 am
For those of us who live here year-round, it is pretty easy to come up with reasons why we like each season. As we enter the micro-season toward the end of summer, it is pretty exciting to experience the Leelanau harvest. Here a some of our favorites and some updates local farmers and farmers markets.
Posted by Jamie Jewell on Jul 15 , 2019 - 01:04 pm
Half-way through summer? Not so fast...there are still some great events and activities in and around Leelanau that will help you savor every last bit. Here is just a sneak peek at some of the fun:
Posted by Jamie Jewell on Jun 26 , 2019 - 12:02 pm
Schaub Team Premier Realty has announced the onboarding of newly licensed agent, Greta Campo. Greta will join her husband Joe Campo as Associates with Tim Schaub working from the Leland office that opened in September 2018.
Posted by Alan Campbell, Leelanau Enterprise on Jun 10 , 2019 - 12:03 pm
Melanie Schaub offers a firsthand example of just how hot the home market has become in Leelanau County. Article published in 5.30.19 edition of the Leelanau Enterprise, by Alan Campbell.
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