is a glorious artist and she uses her autumn brushes early in
the Blue Ridge. Morning shadows stretch longer and blur rich,
drunken in red sweetness, that hang around our garden. The pumpkins
blushed orange by rumor of colder times. Eight wild turkeys graze
with our geese in a front meadow tinted with frost and brown grass.
Northern chills paint the mountain canvas into a peacock of rusts and
perfectly this morning to open the hearts of those who will join
us for our writer/publisher camp on Monday. This camp
is totally filled but we have a correspondence program for those who
want to learn how to earn income doing what you love anywhere in
the world. Drop
a note at email@example.com and I’ll send you details.
in this season reminds me of the excellent real estate values here.
In booming West Jefferson you can still pick up a decent
home for under a hundred thousand dollars as the listing below from
friend Trey Morrison below shows. I remain convinced that Smalltown
offers excellent opportunity and this part of the world not only
represents profit potential, but is also a nice place to be. Learn
more about Smalltown USA.
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Here is what Trey shared about real estate and artists:
I first started investing in real estate I heard a little piece
of wisdom that stuck with me. It was 'Follow the artists.' This
because in general, artists are poor but aesthetically aware. So
go to areas where real estate prices are low and the natural beauty
high. Then they create a beautiful community and lo and behold
suddenly everyone wants to be there, the prices skyrocket and they
somewhere else and do it again. Any one try to buy in Greenwich
Village, Santa Fe, Soho, Key West, Haight Ashbury recently?? Well,
West Jefferson is currently peppered with art galleries, and the down
town has beautiful murals all over the place!! Hmm. Not
there is a three bedroom brick house down town, right across from the
park listed for $99,000!
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