October Community Events in Alachua County

By Michelle Schibuola

Now through the end of November “Fill the Closet”

Bosshardt’s food and clothing drive continues through the end of November. On the first day of “Fill the Closet” in September, the Bosshardt team collected 100 lbs of food in early efforts to bring in record-breaking amounts of donations for the needy. Look for boxes in the Waterford Park lobby located at 5542 NW 43rd Street. We are looking for non-perishable food, new or gently used shoes, blankets and coats.

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Bangkok Square: Gainesville’s Top Choice for Thai Food

By Michelle Schibuola

Are you a lover of Thai food and still haven’t found the place that tickles your fancy? Look no further. Recently, “Ken Eats Gainesville,” a local food connoisseur who has taken Gainesville by storm, has named Bangkok Square the best Thai food restaurant in Gainesville.

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Bosshardt’s Annual Customer Appreciation Pumpkin Patch

By Michelle Schibuola

Football is in full swing, fall is here and so is Bosshardt’s Customer Appreciation Pumpkin Patch in Haile Market Square on October 24th from 4:30 – 7:30 pm. There will be pony rides, face painting, professional photography by Life Prints, popcorn, hot dogs, music, a bounce house and a costume parade. Costumes are welcome and encouraged.

Contact your Bosshardt Realtor® to receive 1 FREE pumpkin per family. The pumpkin patch will be located on the corner of SW 91st Street and SW 87th Way in the Haile Market Square.

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2014 Fall Parade of Homes

By Michelle Schibuola

The Builders Association of North Central Florida is proud to present The Fall Parade of Homes October 11th & 12th and October 18th & 19th from 1 – 6 pm and admission to this event is free. The Parade showcases the latest in home design and décor with the most up-to-date energy saving construction techniques and the newest in land development from local builders.

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The Fall Bosshardt Blitz: Gainesville’s Largest Open House Event

By Michelle Schibuola

The Bosshardt Blitz is back! On September 28th, between 12-2 pm & 2:30-4:30 pm, Bosshardt Realty will have over 50 houses open to the public to tour in Alachua County, no Realtor needed. This is my favorite time of year. No, I’m not looking to move, but I’m always looking for new ways to update, renovate and decorate our home. This provides me with an opportunity to see real ideas that I can potentially use in my own home rather than looking in magazines full of unaffordable mcmansions decorated by interior designers.

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Top 5 Florida Gator Football Fan Traditions

By Michelle Schibuola

The Florida football season has finally returned and with it comes family, friends and fun! Football season means so many different things to different people: tailgating, crazy gator apparel, reunions with old friends and great food. But all Florida fans share one common bond, legendary school spirit!

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September Community Events in Alachua County

By Michelle Schibuola

Beginning now through the end of November
Fill the Closet

We are starting our food and clothing drive early in efforts to bring in record-breaking amounts of donations for the needy. Look for boxes in the Waterford Park lobby located 5542 NW 43rd Street. We are looking for non-perishable food, new or gently used shoes, blankets and coats.

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The Bosshardt Family Continues to Grow

By Michelle Schibuola

The Bosshardt family continues to grow. Over the past few months we have been very fortunate to add a number of remarkable members with diverse backgrounds to the Bosshardt team. We’d like to introduce you to the newest members of the Bosshardt family.

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Easy, Delicious, Back to School Meals

By Michelle Schibuola

Can you believe the kids are already going back to school? Today is the first day for public schools in Alachua County with many private schools having started last week. I don’t know about you, but between working, having young children at two different schools and all the extracurricular activities that come along with a new school year, it leaves me with little time to prepare meals at the end of a very busy, exhausting day. Last weekend I prepared several meals for the week and it was wonderful having dinner ready for us to sit down and enjoy as a family after a busy day. I wanted to share two of my favorite dishes in hopes that they also save you some time and allow your family to enjoy a relaxing evening together to catch up after all the excitement of a hectic day.

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Tips for Buying a New Construction Home

By Michelle Schibuola

I’ve learned through the years that there are typically two types of homebuyers. The first type of buyer generally falls into the category of liking traditional, older homes with a large, private yard. These homes usually evoke charm and perhaps vintage appeal with the possibility of remodeling to make it their own. The next type of buyer tends to like brand new, never been lived in or touched by another human being. New homes usually have smaller lots and not much in the means of mature trees or landscaping. Which category do you fall into?

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