As one of the newest eateries on Birch Street, it is evident that Bruxie is more than just a fad. Not only is the idea of waffle sammies original and fresh, but it truly is a fantastic combinations of unlikely yet wonderful groupings.
If you’re going for lunch, don’t let the crowd steer you away, the service is extremely fast and you will not be waiting for long to have your fold of fantastic. In the mood for a classic, I ordered the Turkey Club, which was absolutely mouthwatering. The crisp sweet waffle full of fresh avocado, bacon, juicy tomato, and turkey turned out to be the best turkey club I’ve ever had. The savory bagel sammies come with delicious waffle fries as well! Previously I was a fan of Bagel Me’s Turkey Club bagel sandwich, but a bagel simply cannot compete with a crisp warm waffle.
Happy Birthday to our wonderful Windermere agents, Mark Palmer and Young Lee! We hope you have a fantastic day!!
With signs that a real estate recovery may be kicking into gear, a new survey shows a sharp increase in optimism among real estate professionals about the direction of home values.
A survey conducted by home valuation website HomeGain found that the number of real estate professionals who expect home values to increase has more than doubled over just one quarter. Thirty-seven percent of respondents surveyed so far in 2012 said they anticipate that home values will rise in the next six months, up from 15 percent in the fourth quarter of 2011.
Below is a testimonial from Windermere agent Regina Tielrooy’s recent clients, Todd and Nettie:
Regina was recommended to us from a friend and she began all of the many machinations of our move from Arkansas to California almost instantly. The idea of coordinating a loan, a home inspector and escrow let alone finding a home cross country is very daunting. I am happy to say that Regina was more than up for it. She exceeded all of my expectations!
The spring buying season is just around the corner, and this year the housing market landscape might not be as daunting for buyers and sellers, according to a new report.
The number of homes for sale has been steadily creeping downward, helping list prices stabilize and giving both buyers and sellers a little more confidence. Overall, national inventories have dropped more than 20 percent since last year, according to a Realtor.com report, and houses are staying on the market for shorter periods. List prices are looking up, too, rising almost 7 percent since last February.