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Northville, MI Upcoming Events: June 25 – July 4th

by The Jamey Kramer Group

Are you wondering what Fourth of July events are happening in Northville this year?

Looking for some local and fresh produce?

Northville, Michigan is a family-friendly town that will be hopping for the next two weeks. You will find fun, family-friendly events including the Friday Night Concerts, the First Friday Experience, and Fourth of July celebrations. You will want to be sure to get out your calendar so that you don’t miss any of the following events.

Farmers’ Market

  • Thursdays, May 7 - October 29, 2015
  • Hours: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • Northville Downs
  • 301 S. Center Street, Northville, MI

According to the Northville Farmer’s Market Facebook page, fresh produce like strawberries and asparagus are ready for purchase. Make sure to put every Thursday down on your calendar from now till the end of October for visiting Northville’s Farmers’ Market.

Friday Night Concert

  • Friday, May 29 - August 28, 2015
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Downtown Northville’s Town Square
  • Admission is Free

Come to downtown Northville this Friday night to enjoy the rock and soul music of MainStreet Soul. You can make it a date night and check out one of many Northville restaurants. Or, bring the kids for a fun family night out.

Next week, the North Country Flyers, a Michigan country band will be playing.

First Friday Experience

  • Friday, July 3, 2014
  • 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
  • Northville’s Downtown Galleries and Shops

It is time for another First Friday Experience. While listening to the Michigan country band, the North Country Flyers, enjoy a night of shopping around Northville. Many of the shops stay open late, offer special deals, specialty products, and complimentary hors d'oeuvre and glass of wine.

Make it a date night and stop into one of the many restaurants in Downtown Northville. Many of Northville’s restaurants are open late for the First Friday Experience.

For a walking map of the area, please see: Downtown Northville walking map.

Northville’s Independence Day Parade

  • Saturday, July 4, 2015
  • 10:00 am
  • Downtown Northville Streets

At the Independence Day Parade in Downtown Northville on July 4th, your friends and family will be able to watching floats, characters, bands, classic and vintage cars, veterans, fire trunks, bikes, and animals.

According to the Northville Community Foundation, children can decorate their bikes and join in the parade. There is no need to preregister. Just be at the northwest parking lot at Sheldon and 7 Mile at 9:15 am on Saturday.

Would you like your pet to join in the parade? Again, there is no need to preregister. Bring your pet to the Northville Downs (green section) at 9:30 am on the day of the parade.

This year’s parade theme is American Memories. Don’t miss this opportunity to create your own American memories, and don’t forget to wear your red, white, and blue.

Mill Race Village Independence Day Activities

  • Saturday, July 4, 2015
  • 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
  • Mill Race Village
  • 215 Griswold, Northville, MI

After the Independence Day Parade, head over to the historical Mill Race Village. Bring a picnic lunch and be transported back in time for a taste of what it was like in 1910.

Take Away

If you are looking for something special to do over the next two weekends, Northville, Michigan is filled with exciting family-friendly things to do. From the Farmers’ Market and the Friday Night Concert to the Independence Day Parade in Downtown Northville and Independence Day activities at Mill Race Village, there is something that will appeal to all ages.


How to Successfully Prepare for Your Open House

by The Jamey Kramer Group

Are you looking for ways to prepare for an open house or house showings without losing your mind?

When the time has come to put your home on the market, you will want to make sure if shows well. You may feel overwhelmed by all the preparation that you have before you. Here is a list with 7 tips to successfully preparing for your open house.

7 Tips to Prepare for Your Open House

1. De-clutter

At this stage in the game, you want to de-clutter every room. Whatever you do not need on hand should be stored, given away, or sold. Some items to include when de-cluttering are small kitchen appliances you do not use every day, magazines, knickknacks, and according to even extra furniture. 

Don’t forget about the closets. De-clutter those as well and organize them.

2. Keep Your Trunk Empty

This tip was found on a blog from The article is about tips for moving when you have kids. This little tip though, can be helpful whether you have kids or not. 

Keep the trunk of your car empty when moving and some spare bins. Use those spare bins and empty trunk to store needed items quickly.

3. Dealing with Smells

After living in a home for a while, you won’t even notice that particular aroma. Truth be told, it’s probably a good smell. When staging your home for an open house, it’s best to start off with a neutral smell. Getting your carpets shampooed will help and will also create a clean look to them.

When an open house is coming up or your home is on the market, avoid cooking strong smelling food like garlic and fish.

The smell of cookies or banana bread is always a welcomed one. To help make this easier, try making a double batch of cookie dough, roll them into balls, and freeze them. When it’s time for an open house or showing, pull them out 30 minutes before and then bake.

4. Deal With Repairs

If you have been putting off any repairs, even if minor, now is the time to fix them.

5. New Linens, New Towels, and a New Welcome Mat

Dress the beds in new neutral linens. Dress the bathroom and kitchen with neutral towels. Add a new welcome mat to the homes entryway.

6. Deep Clean and Hire a House Cleaner

Having an extra clean home during the open house will be worth all your effort. Trying to keep a home surface clean when selling can be difficult enough especially if you have kids. Bring in extra help by hiring a house cleaner.

7. Leave

Potential buyers will feel more comfortable if you are not there. Your real estate agent will be able to field all their questions. Now it’s time for you to head out on a fun excursion.

Take Away

Preparing to show your house when you put it on the market can be stressful. With these 7 strategies from de-cluttering to deep cleaning and hiring a house cleaner, you will be able to reduce the stress.

After you’ve accepted the offer on your house, it will be time to move. If you have kids, make sure to check out my article 7 Tips to Help When Moving With Kids.

Novi, Michigan’s Summer Events You Won‘t Want to Miss

by The Jamey Kramer Group

Are you looking for ways to keep your kids busy this summer?

Do you love camping?

Summer is a great time to enjoy the fun and family friendly activities happening in Novi, Michigan. From the Great Campout, Novi’s two Farmers’ Markets, Wonderful Wednesdays, and a family movie night, there is something for each member of your family to choose from.

The following are the upcoming events for Novi, Mi:

Happy Trails – Luncheon

  • Thursday, June 18, 2014
  • 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  • Meadowbrook Activity Center
  • 25075 Meadowbrook Rd
  • Novi, Michigan
  • Ages: 55+

The City of Novi invites you to join in an afternoon of “campfire” fun. During the event, you will enjoy entertainment from Balancing Earth and a “summer time” meal.

For more information about this event or other events for older adults, please contact Karen Kaphonick at 248-347-0414.

Novi All Seasons Market

  • Saturdays 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
  • Novi Civic Center Campus
  • 45175 W 10 Mile Rd, Novi, MI 48375
  • Wednesdays 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
  • MSU Tollgate Education Center & Farm
  • 28115 Meadowbrook Rd, Novi, MI 48377

The season for farmers’ market is here. To maximize Michigan’s growing season, Novi is offering two markets during the week.

Whether you are looking for the freshest vegetables possible, looking to reduce environmental impact, or to purchase directly from the source, both farmers’ markets have what you are looking for.

Follow the market on Facebook to get all the up to date information.

The Great Campout

  • Saturday, June 20th 3:00 pm - Sunday June 21st 10:00 am
  • Lakeshore Park
  • 601 S Lake Dr. Novi, Michigan

Come out this Saturday and get away from it all with your community. According to the City of Novi, you and your family will enjoy a hot dog cookout, lawn games, extended beach hours, inflatables, a continental breakfast, and more.

If this Saturday doesn’t work for you, but you would love to participate, another Great Campout is on the scheduled for August. Mark your calendar,

  • Saturday, August 15, 3:00 pm - Sunday, August 16, 10:00 am

For more information and to register, please see the City of Novi’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services, registration information.

Wonderful Wednesday

  • Wednesdays through August 12th
  • 10:30 am - 11:30 am
  • Fuerst Park
  • 45325 10 Mile Road Novi, Michigan

This Wednesday, the “Jo Jo Fish” Puppet Show and the Amazing Clark will entertain your children during the Wonderful Wednesday show. The show is held at the amphitheater at Fuerst Park and usually lasts 45 minutes to an hour.

This is a great way to get out with your kids during the day for a free event.

Friday Family Fun Night

  • Friday, June 26
  • Starts at 6:30 pm
  • Fuerst Park
  • 45325 10 Mile Road Novi, Michigan
  • Movie Begins at Dusk

Bring the whole family for a fun night out. This Saturday, your family will enjoy a performance by Eric Engblade and Friends, an instrument petting zoo, and the movie, Rio 2, under the stars.


The City of Novi offers many of these events at discounted rates to Novi residents to enjoy this summer. From the Happy Trails Luncheon to the Friday Family Fun Night, there is a special event for all ages in Novi.

If you have been considering moving, take a look in Novi. To learn what makes a great neighborhood, please see: How to Find Your Dream Neighborhood.



7 Tips to Help When Moving With Small Kids

by The Jamey Kramer Group

Are you planning on moving with little kids?

Are you wondering how to pack when your little ones are unpacking everything you’ve just packed?

You did it. You brought your dream home. Congratulations! Now it is time to pack and prepare for your big move.

Back in college, moving into dorm rooms was pretty easy. You and your parents probably made the move in a day. Now, however, you have little ones under foot and a lot more stuff. The thought of moving can be overwhelming.

The goal of this article is to provide you with some great tips when moving with young children from ideas on packing more efficiently, to helping make the move easier on them and you.

Take a deep breath, because everything will get packed up, and soon you will be in your new home.

Tips to Help Your Move With Small Kids

  1. Let Them Pack
    It can be helpful to let your children pack, especially their own belongings. While you may want to repack their boxes later, after they’ve gone to bed, the extra man power might to be helpful. Even if your little one does a less than perfect job packing, it will keep him or her busy for a time.
  1. Keep Them Busy
    If the joys of packing have worn off, here are some ideas on keeping them busy while you pack:
    • Let them watch a special movie.
    • Hire a babysitter to entertain them.
    • Buy a new set of paints and let them paint.
    • Provide modeling clay to keep those little hands busy.
  1. A Special Box
    If you child is old enough, ask them to fill up a special box. This box is for their favorite must haves from toys to books and clothes. Label the box clearly. Make sure that this is the last box to be loaded when moving day comes and the first box off the truck.
  1. De-clutter While They Are Sleeping
    This tip is inspired by’s article, Top 6 Tips on Moving with Small Children. Author, Christie Tate, writes that the time for de-cluttering is while the children are sleeping. If you are throwing out old art projects, do it while they are sleeping and remove it from the house before they wake up.
  1. Ask For Help
    We mention hiring a babysitter to keep the kids busy while you pack. That’s not the only way to ask for help when it comes to moving. From de-cluttering a closet or packing up the kitchen, having a friend or family member by your side will make all the difference during your move.
  1. Label Everything
    Whether you have little kids or not, make sure when packing that you clearly label everything. This will make unpacking so much easier.
  1. Recently Potty-Trained Child = Pull-Ups
    The Parenting Squad recommends pulling out the pull-ups for your newly potty trained child. Pull-ups can come in handy on a long drive or plane ride. More importantly, it will give you a little piece of mind.

Buying your dream home is exciting, and preparing for your move doesn’t need to be overwhelming when you have little ones. With these 7 tips, you will be able to complete your packing and move with less stress.

For more tips on moving, please check out, 11 Tips that Will Supercharge Your Move.

Weekend Events in Northville, Michigan – June 2015

by The Jamey Kramer Group

Northville, Michigan is a great place to be in the summer with an array of events for all members of the family. The following is a list of upcoming Northville events for the next two weekends that you won’t want to miss.

Wok Asian Bistro Now Open

  • Opened Wednesday, June 10, 2015
  • Open from 11:00 am -10:00 pm
  • 144 Mary Alexander Court, Northville, MI

The new restaurant, Wok Asian Bristro, opened this weekend in Northville, Michigan. According to the Downtown Northville’s website, you can start your meal with their featured appetizer spinach & artichoke won tons. From there, you can build your own meal or get recommendations from their well trained and friendly staff.

Farmers’ Market

  • Thursdays, May 7 - October 29, 2015
  • Hours: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • Northville Downs
  • 301 S. Center Street, Northville, MI

More and more fresh produce is rolling into the local farmers’ markets. The Northville Farmers’ Market boasts 75 different stalls of fresh fruits, vegetables, plants, flowers, and more. Make sure you stop by today.

Friday Night Concerts

  • Fridays, May 29 - August 28, 2015
  • 7:00 pm
  • Downtown Northville’s Town Square
  • Admission: Free

Plan to come out this Friday night to enjoy the sounds of Rusty Wright at Northville’s Friday Night Concert. According to Northville Parks and Recreation website, Wright is an International Blues Hall of Fame Member. Next week, don’t miss the Toppermost Beatles Tribute Band.

Friday night concerts are a great place to bring the family or a date. Enjoy a concert and a delicious meal at one of the many restaurants in downtown Northville.

Kona Run

  • Saturday, June 15
  • Parking at Northville Downs
  • 301 S. Center Street
  • Start Time: 7:30 am
  • Cost to Park $3 per vehicle

This year is the 13th annual Kona Run and registration to join this year’s Kona Run is still open. You can choose between running a 10 mile, 10k, 10 mile two person relay, 10k, 5k run/walk, or the Maui Mile. All participants will receive a t-shirt.

The races will start at the Northville Downs track. The 10 mile, 10k & 5K will all starting with a mile around the horse track.

Sign Up and registration is at Northville Community Center Gym on 303 West Main St. Please see: for more information.

Sundays at Mill Race Village

  • Every Sunday from mid-June to mid-October
  • 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Cost: Free
  • Mill Race Village
  • 215 Griswold St., Northville, MI

Travel back in time when visiting the Mill Race Village in Northville. Between the hours of 1:00 and 4:00 pm, you will find costumed volunteers to guide you through the village. On some Sundays, you will even see a working blacksmith, weavers, and rug hookers all working their trades.

For more information visit

Tunes on Tuesday

  • June 16, 2015
  • 10:30 am - 11:30 pm
  • Town Square on Main Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Rain Location: Genitti’s Little Theatre at 108 E. Main

Are you looking to keep your little ones busy this summer? Add the Tunes on Tuesday to your list of summer activities. Performances are held every Tuesday between June and August.

This Tuesday, Gemini will be the performing. They are twin brothers who have teamed up together to perform sing-alongs, hand motions, folk tales, and music from around the world. For more information, visit

Northville Summer Carnival

  • June 18 - 21, 2015
  • Northville Downs Parking Lot

Carnival Hours:

  • Thursday and Friday, June 18-19: 4:00 p.m. -11:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 20: 12:00 – 11:00 p.m.
  • Sunday, June 21: 1:00 – 8:00 p.m.


  • All day ride passes for $20
  • Single tickets $1

Who doesn’t love a summer carnival? Make sure to mark your calendars for the Northville Summer Carnival. There will be food, fun, exciting carnival rides, and more.

For more information, please visit  

Arts and Acts

  • Friday, June 19 - Sunday, June 21
  • Main and Center Streets
  • Historical Downtown Northville


  • Friday, June 19: 3:00 pm to 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, June 20: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
  • Sunday, June 21: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

You will not want to miss next weekend’s Arts and Acts event in Northville. This is the 6th annual Arts and Acts festival. At the festival you will see the 27th annual fine art show Art in the Sun. This show will feature 70 talented artists.

The 2nd Annual Northville Art House Chalk festival will be held on Saturday the 20th. Artists of all ages will create masterpieces on the sidewalks between the west side of Wing Street and the north side of Cady Street.

For more information visit, please visit

Take Away

Northville, Michigan is a great place to live and raise a family. The community is able to enjoy family friendly events from Friday Night Concerts at the town square to the Arts and Acts event.

If you are interested in looking for a house in this charming community, please give my office a call. I would be happy to help.




Strategies on How to Decorate On a Budget

by The Jamey Kramer Group

Are you looking to update your home without breaking the bank?

Whether you have just moved into the home of your dreams or you are looking to spruce up your current home’s look, here are some tips and tricks to decorating on a budget.

We have put together a collection of budget friendly tips and tricks for you to choose from. Read through the tips below for inspiration on decorating your home without breaking the bank.

Try Hanging Plates

Real Simple offers the low-cost, budget friendly tip of hanging plates on the wall. This will add an unexpected splash of color and fresh look. When hanging the plates, make sure to vary the hues, but stay within the same color family. Also, don’t be afraid to vary sizes and textures. Keep your most dramatic plate towards the middle. You can hang plates by adding wire plate hangers. Then simply hang the plates on picture nails.

Build Your Own Headboard

HGTV recommends building your own headboard. HGTV writes that headboards are the perfect combination for form and function. By building your own headboard, you will keep costs low. You can dream up your own, unique headboard and choose from options including:

  • Hardwood with wrought-iron inlays
  • Illuminated acrylic
  • Refurbished  wood, or
  • Fabric panels

Update Your Bookshelf

Country Living suggests adding wallpaper to the interior back of a bookcase. This will allow you to save money by only wallpapering the bookcase instead of the whole room. It will also add a perfect pop of color.

Get Organized

A great way to save money decorating your home is by getting organized. Clear out the clutter and give every item a home.

Create Focal Points

Style At Home suggests creating a focal point in every room. You can choose from focusing the room on one item or a group of items. According to Jill Asher for Houzz Inc, “The focal point is the area that demands complete attention as soon as someone enters that room.” An example of creating a focal point on a budget is to include a wall of photos or wall art.

Light Up Rooms

In another tip by HGTV, you can transform a room by updating the lighting. Do this by adding hanging lights in a dark space. Or, try adding a new lamp shade to an old lamp.

Beach Theme

We love the idea of a beach theme from Real Simple. Remember those shells and other beach items you picked up on you last trip from the beach? Use those items to “warm up” your kitchen or entryway.


When it comes to decorating, a little can go a long way. Sometimes all it takes is rearranging your current furniture, adding a light fixture, or finding unique ways to organize your things.


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Novi, Michigan Upcoming Events Spring - Summer 2015

by The Jamey Kramer Group

Are you making your summer plans?

Would you like to buy your produce locally this summer?

Summer is right around the corner, and it is time to start making your summer plans. Every Thursday on the Jamey Kramer Group blog, I will be posting local events that you won’t want to miss. Make sure you come back every week to help schedule your weekend and summer plans.

Here are the upcoming Novi, MI events that you will want to make note of:

MSU Tollgate Spring Plant Sale

  • Saturday, June 6, 2015
  • 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
  • MSU Tollgate Education Farm Center
  • 28115 Meadowbrook Road
  • Free Event

If you are looking for some ideas for spring planting, you do not want to miss the MSU Tollgate Spring Plant Sale on Saturday, June 6. Not only will there be a variety of plants to choose from, but there will also be Master Gardeners on-hand to assist with any garden related questions that you may have.

According to the City of Novi’s website, the Tollgate Plant Sale is also a fund raising event. Many of the plants are donated by volunteers. The event is raising money for the development and maintenance of the Tollgate gardens.

For any questions or for more information, please contact Roy Prentice at 248-347-3860, ext. 251. or

Novi All Seasons Market

  • Saturdays, May 2 - October 24, 2015
  • 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
  • Novi Civic Center Campus
  • 45175 W 10 Mile Rd,
  • Novi, MI 48375
  • 248-347-0400

On the City of Novi’s website, you can find some of the benefits of shopping at a Farmers’ Market. Benefits include:

  • Buying the freshest food possible.
  • Meeting the farmer that grew the food.
  • Reducing environmental impact and cost.
  • Purchasing food from the source.

Every Saturday, from May through October, you can stop by the Novi Farmer’s Market from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Ladies Lunch Bunch

  • Thursday, June 11, 2015
  • 1:00 pm
  • Steven and Rocky’s
  • 43150 Grand River Ave
  • Age: 50+

The Ladies Lunch Bunch is a great event if you are looking to meet some new friends, try out some new local restaurants, and eat some delicious food.

The City of Novi’s website reports that this group meets once a month. The following are the dates, times, and locations for the next 3 meetings.

Thursday, June 11, 2015

  • 1:00 pm
  • Steven and Rocky’s
  • 43150 Grand River Ave
  • Novi, MI

Thursday, July 16, 2015

  • 1:00 pm
  • Outback Steakhouse
  • 48020 Grand River Ave.
  • Novi, MI

Thursday, August 13, 2015

  • 1:00 pm
  • Genetti’s
  • 108 E. Main St.
  • Northville, Mi

2015 Wonderful Wednesdays

  • Wednesday, June 17, 2015
  • 10:00 am
  • Fuerst Park
  • 5175 10 Mile Rd
  • Novi, Michigan

As you start planning your summer events, make sure to include this year’s Wonderful Wednesdays at Fuerst Park. This is a free event for the kiddos.

According to the City of Novi, the entertainment typically includes singers, magic shows, jugglers, puppet shows, and more. The show usually lasts for 45 minutes to an hour.

Here is the list of entertainers scheduled for this summer:

  • June 17 - Gemini / Music Duo
  • June 24 - "Jo Jo Fish" Pupet Show / The Amazing Clark
  • July 8 - Crazy Craig / Juggler
  • July 15 - Cupcakeasaurus / Music Duo
  • July 22 - The Laugh Factory / Scheer Genius
  • July 29 - Tom Plunkard / Magician
  • August 5 - The Merry Music Maker / Musical entertainment
  • August 12 - The Music Lady / Beverly Meyer

Take Away

If you are looking for some amazing summer events in the Novi, Michigan, you will not be disappointed. From the MSU Tollgate Spring Plant Sale on Saturday, June 6, to Novi’s Wonderful Wednesdays, there is something for all ages.



3 Tips You Need To Know When Purchasing Your First Rental Property

by The Jamey Kramer Group

Low mortgage interest rates, high rental costs, and affordable homes may have you thinking about purchasing your first rental property. Before you do, make sure to read through these 3 tips for what you need to know.

3 Tips for Purchasing Your First Rental Property

  1. Location, Location, Location

According to an article by Foxnews, you will want to choose a neighborhood with a history of strong rental demand.

Here are some ideas when looking at locations:

  • Pick a house in a neighborhood by a university.
  • Purchase a house close to good schools to attract families.
  • Consider condominiums or properties with home owners associations because the association arranges for the upkeep of the property. Make sure to read the fine print on your mortgage and homeowners’ association rules because sometimes rental properties are not allowed.
  • Buying a foreclosure can be a great way to get a deal, but Foxnews, reminds us to remember you may be competing with investors who are paying in cash. In addition, there may be repairs in the home that will delay the rental income.

In an article for Consumerism Commentary, Sasha, a former writer and owner of several rental properties, shares her experience when purchasing and managing residential rental properties. She recommends buying in “solid working-class neighborhoods, general middle to lower areas where tradesmen and even some businesses might reside intermingled with houses.”

Sasha also recommends purchasing your rental properties close to home. In fact, she recommends living around 20 minutes or less from your rental properties. This way, you can be a part of the local community and respond quickly when help is needed.

  1. Screening Tenants

After you have chosen the right location and the perfect house, make sure to fully screen your potential tenants. A few ways to do that include:

  • Asking for landlord references
  • Running a credit check
  • Running a criminal background check

Previous landlords will be able to tell you whether the tenant has a history of paying on time and so much more.

According to the same article published in FoxNews, experts recommend asking for a security deposit that equals one month’s rent. If the tenant has pets, you will want to ask for a little more.

Before the tenant moves in, make sure they do a walkthrough of the property and sign off on the condition of the property. This will help you to avoid conflict with the security deposit when the tenant moves out.

In an article by Luke Landes for Forbes, future landlords are reminded that even when you believe you have found the right tenant, dealing with strangers is not for everyone. Landes stated:

 “Tenants will certainly not care for your property as much as you would if you were to live there. Even nice people can surprise you in a tenant/landlord relationship. To become a landlord with a successful business, you’ll need to be able to deal with people who might be different than you in terms of values and personality.”

  1. Be in it For the Long Haul

According to an article by Zillow, if you are looking to build wealth, it is rare for people to quickly increase their wealth when owning rental properties. Owning rental properties is a long term investment. It can also generate a nice income for retirement.

Take Away

One of the best things you can do when considering buying a rental property, is to talk to an experienced real estate agent who can help you find the right property for your budget.

If you are interested in taking the next step, please give our office a call today.


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