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Turn Richland Blue For Collin Rose

As many of you may know, a Police officer in Detroit passed away last week as the result of a shooting. That officer was Richland’s own Collin Rose. Collin attended Gull Lake Schools and was once a Richland Village Police officer, so many of you may know him. To show Read More

Trick or Treat in Richland Village Square 10/31/16

Mark your calendars. On October 31, Richland Area Businesses will line up along the “haunted path” to pass out candy to kids in our community. Kids of all ages are welcome to collect candy. Costumes are encouraged. This is a free public event, which takes place in the Richland Village Read More

Existing Home Sales Up!

Existing-Home Sales Up, Despite Challenges DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2016 Existing-home sales continue to be on the upswing, despite ongoing inventory shortages and escalating home prices, the National Association of REALTORS® reported Friday. Sales increases in the Midwest and Northeast regions helped to offset declines in Read More

What to Do With a Tax Refund: 3 Ideas That’ll Practically Double Your Money If You’re a Homeowner

If this year is anything like the last, almost 7.2 million Americans will get a tax refund this spring averaging around $3,000. If you’re a homeowner getting this refund, you’re fortunate because you’ve got more creative ways to invest it for a profit. Doesn’t matter if you’re selling, staying put, Read More