How’s our Mohave County Home shopper’s doing today? How about everyone else?! Its that time of year, when everyone is drinking some sort of pumpkin spice something! I’m the boring one drinking water, what’s in your cup?
It’s also the time of year when our winter visitors start showing up to avoid the winter weather around the nation. It’s no surprise that many of them are moving here permanently. Baby Boomers are retiring here too.
Arizona is second in the nation for drawing in new retirees. Arizona grew by a net 28,614 residents older than 60 in 2016 up from 27,576 in 2015. AZCentral reports, “Sunshine, low taxes and an affordable lifestyle are the state’s top draws for many baby boomers ready to slow down a bit.” Check out their report here.
Mohave County Home Shopper
Mohave County has plenty of options for winter visitors or retirees. Whether you’re looking for a vacation spot in Lake Havasu City, a cozy home close to the casinos and Colorado River in Bullhead City, or milder temps of the high desert in Kingman, Mohave County Real Estate abounds.
Seen in the photo above, Freddy Sanchez is representing a property located at 2740 N Tanner Street, Kingman, Arizona. Check it out here.
Billie Hiser is representing a commercial property at 1926 E Andy Devine. You could live where you work! Check it out here and contact her today to see how it could fit in your portfolio!
The Fall Fun Fair is coming up this weekend, October 13, 2018 from 3 to 8 pm in Lake Havasu City at the Rotary Park Ballfields.
Black Bear Diner coming to Kingman! The Standard Newspaper reported that City officials confirmed plans to remodel a downtown truck stop to house it. Check out the article here.
Early voting is starting soon. We support Billy Sipe Write-In Candidate for Superior Court Judge Division 6. We hope you do too! Check out his Facebook page here and see for yourself the experience and integrity he will bring to the bench!
How to keep your vacation home pest free when you’re not there. Check out the article here.
Food for Families Food Bank is held at the GPLO Building, 5505 West Hwy 68 in Golden Valley (corner of Verde and Hwy 68) twice a month – the 1st Tuesday each month and the 3rd Thursday each month. They have drivers available to deliver food to those who can’t get out themselves.
Kingman Golden Valley Association of REALTORS is having a Bingo 10/19/2018. Come share an evening of fun for TOYS FOR TOTS. Friends and Family are welcome. Tickets are $25 per person (ticket includes admission, 6 games with 2 sheets of 4 cards per game). Tickets will be available at the door if seating is available. Tickets are not tax deductible, make checks payable to: TOYS FOR TOTS. Contact the KGVAR Office to purchase your tickets. https://www.facebook.com/events/146123459673685/
Did you know it is National Emergency Nurse’s Day today? It’s observed annually on the second Wednesday in October to say “Thank You” to the emergency room nurses for their hard work, dedication, service, and commitment to their patients and families, and their loyalty to the emergency nursing profession. It’s been celebrated since 1989, sponsored by the Emergency Nurses Association as a part of Emergency Nurse’s Week.
- Mohave County Home Shopper – Winter Visitor or Retirees? - October 10, 2018
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