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September 2020: Prepare for Fall

September 2020: Prepare for Fall

Welcome, September!

Yep, you just blinked and September arrived with no warning. Navigate this month with a little guidance from us. Stay organized, find fun, and make sure that you’re ready for fall to arrive!

Prepare your Home: Tackle exterior home projects (like painting) while you still have time! Clean your gutters, fix your driveway, fertilize your lawn, and get your chimney inspected and cleaned. Follow this Fall Preparation Checklist, and get ready for #ChimneySafetyWeek starting on September 27.

Work Hard, Play Hard: Personal, professional, and parenting obligations are starting to send your calendar into a frenzy! Stay on track with these Must-Have Organizational Apps that serve as digital calendars, to-do lists, and handy tools. Don’t forget to pause and take a break too! #LaborDay offers some relief on September 7. Check out these awesome Family-Friendly Outdoor Activities in Michigan to enjoy the last of this sunny season.

Talk to a Lender: Current homeowner or prospective homeowner? Either way, it’s a great time to talk to a lender, especially since it’s #NationalMortgageProfessionalMonth! If you already own a home, are you considering Refinancing or Renovating? You can Lower Your Interest Rate, or get a Renovation Loan! Ready to buy a new home? Your first step is to get pre-qualified. Talk to our lending partner, Agostino Vitiello, today to get started: 248-283-0468,


Have a productive month!

Stephanie Janiga

CEO, Broker & Realtor

Janiga Estates

(888) 98-HOMES


Meagan Welsh

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