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July
Now is a great time to get away!

Take a vacation, relax and give yourself a break from all the hard work that goes on throughout the year! Be ready to celebrate our Nation's Independence Day on Friday, July 4th! Have a safe holiday and be sure to check the Neighborhood Website often to keep updated on Summer happenings!


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WELCOME TO YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD WEBSITE!


Dear Neighbors:

Thank you for visiting our Terramere-Creekside website. Happily, Arlington Heights is showing positive gains. Terramere and Creekside are doing great! Just check out “ARLINGTON HEIGHTS REAL ESTATE” and click on “NEIGHBORHOOD REAL ESTATE.” Notice the jump in prices for closed properties in June of 2012 to June of 2013. Click on the Wagner Report to see more.

Additionally, lauri@laurirosenbloom.com wants to share this video with you:

August Existing-Home Sales Rise, Limited Inventory Continues to Push Prices
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As you know, I take pride in keeping current with real estate market conditions and trends. I hold a "Short Sale Foreclosure Resource" or SFR Certification. The SFR is the only "distressed property certification" approved and recognized by the National Association of REALTORS®. Additionally, in order to counsel senior clients through major financial and lifestyle transitions involving relocating, refinancing, or selling a home, I have earned the Seniors Real Estate Specialists® designation--also recognized by the National Association of REALTORS®.

Looking for a new job opportunity? In addition to our 'Area Jobs' section, check out the following site:
www.indeed.com
You will be amazed by your findings.

Having a garage Sale? Call me at 847-989-7740 and I will provide free "Garage Sale" signs.

Finally...the Emerald Ash Trees that have tagged with a green ribbon for parkway trees...
Information below taken from www.vah.com:

What You Can Do to Help
The Village of Arlington Heights is
encouraging resident involvement to help
fight this dynamic and extensive natural
disaster. A Peopleʼs Choice Program is
being implemented where residents will
have the choice to treat or not to treat their
parkway Ash tree(s) at their own expense.
Any trees that are not treated will probably
be removed by the Village if the treeʼs
condition indicates such removal.
Interested residents are being asked to
volunteer to become the leaders of their
blocks and/or homeowners associations.
These captains will encourage participation
among their neighbors and facilitate
program logistics. Interested residents
should call the Forestry Unit at
847-368-5848 for more information.
Unfortunately, the Village is not able to pay
for a treatment program due to the
exorbitant costs involved in a Village-wide
program. Our Forestry Unit personnel will
work closely with program participants and
offer available resources to promote public
education.
There are several commercially-applied
pesticide options that have been labeled as
reduced-risk insecticides by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to
treat EAB. Based on recent research,
treatment is now a viable option to protect
Ash trees. Although chemical treatments
are not 100 percent effective, they have
been shown to preserve Ash trees if applied
according to the pesticideʼs label and
before an Ash tree is more than 50% dead.
Three common treatment options are trunk
injections, soil drench/injections, and trunk
sprays. There are advantages and
disadvantages to all treatment options
which are discussed in detail on the
Villageʼs website at www.vah.com.
VILLAGE OF
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
RESIDENTS:
YOUR IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION IS
REQUESTED!
HELP MEET THE
EMERALD ASH BORER
CHALLENGE
In summary please follow these
steps:
1. Become informed on EAB. Check
these websites regularly for
information:
www.vah.com
www.emeraldashborer.com
www.illinoiseab.com
2. Learn if you have a parkway Ash
tree. Use the characteristics
discussed herein and the
Village-wide Ash tree map at
vah.com.
3. Get involved in the Peopleʼs
Choice Program and consider
treatment options to preserve
your Ash trees.
4. Monitor Ash trees, report possible
EAB or infested Ash trees to the
Forestry Unit at 847-368-5848.
Additional Resources
Still have questions after checking the
above resources???
Email further questions to eab@vah.com or
call the the Forestry Unit at 847-368-5848
Thank you!
The Village of Arlington Heights



Lauri




A. L. Wagner Appraisal Group
Housing Report for 1/1/2013 to 12/1/2013

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Interested in knowing what's for sale in our neighborhood--what's sold and for how much? Go to "Arlington Heights Real Estate" and click on to "Featured Homes."









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