February 2017

Found 9 blog entries for February 2017.

Boat Show Weekend at Indian Lake is this weekend, March 3rd-5th!

While gearing up for another beautiful season on the lake, don't forget you'll need a place to dock that new boat. Make sure to stop by one of our many open houses to find your new lake house!

See all OPEN HOUSES here!

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2017 Indian Lake Boat Show is less than 3 weeks away! Mark you calendars now!

 

The Indian Lake Boat Dealers and the Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce will host the 61st annual Indian Lake Boat Show at Indian Lake, in Central Ohio.

 

Dates: March 3rd-5th, 2017 

 

Times: Friday and Saturday 10 AM- 8 PM, Sunday 10 AM – 6 PM

 

Location: Indian Lake Ohio marines: Bud’s Marine, Indian Lake Marine, and Spend-A-Day Marina

You will be able to explore the best brands in the industry at each of the area’s marine dealerships: Bud’s Marine, Indian Lake Marine, and Spend-A-Day Marina. Check out names like Sea Ray, Sylvan, Bennington, Sun Tracker, Bass Tracker, Lund, JC, Manitou, Gillgetter, SunChaser, Crest, Tahoe, Bentley, Yamaha Boats, Sea

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2017 Not So Bad Art by Good People

Congratulations to our very own artist, Doug Zimmerman!! His little red barn portrait received the highest bid of $600 at auction and helped the Logan County Art League raise a total of $5,779 at their fundraising event "Not So Bad Art by Good People". Thank you to everyone who supported this great cause! Read the full article with details here on Peak of Ohio.

Doug and Jason with little red barn picture

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Happy Groundhog Day! Only 6 weeks until winter is over! List your home now. Call one of our experienced agents today.
Bellefontaine 937-592-4896 Indian Lake 937-843-9400

 

Happy Groundhog Day!

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Common Hazards to Check for in Older Homes



When looking at older homes, you will sometimes need to do a little extra work to make sure everything is safe. New homes usually do not contain high levels of contaminants - but buying new is not always an option for many soon-to-be homeowners.

When you arm yourself with the information you need to root out homes with toxic chemicals, you can avoid buying a place that presents hazards to your health. Here are 3 common problems to look out for:

Lead

The risk of exposure to lead paint is well-known, with public organizations warning against it for decades. However, some homes still house the potentially-deadly element, known to cause:

 

    • hearing problems

 

    • slow
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