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Top Tips to Stay Safe This Halloween Season

As seen in the Montgomery County News

October 14, 2021

Much like Christmas, Halloween is no longer relegated to a single day. A number of Halloween enthusiasts now begin decorating at the start of October. Hijinks and autumn revelry fill the air as individuals eagerly count down to the end of the month.

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Reduce Cold Weather Fire Risks

As seen in the Montgomery County News

October 07, 2021

Plenty of things heat up when the temperature drops, including the risk for fire hazards. Fireplaces, stoves, heating systems, candles and even electric lights are used more often during the winter than any other time of year, so it makes sense that the risk of home fires increases when the mercury drops.

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Six Home Trends to Consider

As seen in the Montgomery County News

September 30, 2021

Home design and real estate trends come and go, but once in awhile certain concepts exhibit considerable staying power. Staying abreast of what’s hot and what’s not can be a bit overwhelming. This list breaks down some of the trends that have made a splash and figure to be around for some time.

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Essentials for Your Tackle-box

As seen in the Montgomery County News

September 23, 2021

Recreational fishing is enjoyed by millions of people. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported that there was an 8 percent increase in anglers between 2011 and 2017. Expenditures by anglers nationwide rose 2 percent during the same time from $45 billion to $46.1 billion. As more people stay closer to home they’re eager to engage in hobbies that are fun and accessible but still promote social distancing. Fishing check each of those boxes. Prospective anglers who are eager to get into saltwater or freshwater fishing should know that the right gear is essential. For fishing enthusiast, that gear starts with a rod and a reel. Afterward, it is important to fill tackle a box with other essentials.

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Building a Backyard Retaining Wall

As seen in the Montgomery County News

September 16, 2021


Flat, even landscapes are often coveted in backyards. However, flat backyards are not always so easy to find. Fortunately, varied terrain does not mean that certain landscaping plans are entirely off limits, especially for homeowners willing to build retaining walls.


Common Sustainable Agriculture Practices

As seen in the Montgomery County News

September 09, 2021

    The concept of sustainability varies by industry. Within the agricultural industry, sustainability is a multifaceted concept that has become increasingly popular in recent decades.

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What you can do to Help Local Wildlife

As seen in the Montgomery County News

September 02, 2021

        As the world’s population has increased, so, too, has the need to accommodate such growth. Areas that were wild as recently as 100 years ago may have long since been overrun by housing and urban development, leaving little space for local wildlife to call home.

Cats and Dogs

Pros and Cons of Pet Doors

As seen in the Montgomery County News

August. 26, 2021

            Pets quickly take up residence in their owners’ homes and hearts. Many pet parents treat their pets as full-fledged members of the family, with the same privileges and attention they devote to other family members.

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Identifying Good Business Ideas

As seen in the Montgomery County News

August. 19, 2021

If home ownership is the most popular dream for billions of people across the globe, starting a business and becoming your own boss may be close on its heels.


What to Know Before Planting Around Your Property

As seen in the Montgomery County News

August. 12 ,2021

When planning a landscape, it’s tempting to pick the most colorful, vibrant plants. An eye-popping property filled with yellows, purples, pinks, and other bold colors is sure to catch anyone’s eye. However, the right plant for a property is not always the most colorful.

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How to Conserve Water as the Mercury Rises

As seen in the Montgomery County News

July 29 ,2021

Conserving natural resources is often so simple that people make some adjustments without affecting their daily lives at all. But sometimes it’s not so easy to conserve.

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A Buyer's Guide to Home Air Conditioning Systems

As seen in the Montgomery County News

July 22 ,2021

  Few experiences provide as much relief as walking into a cool room on a hot summer day. Air conditioning systems make such experiences possible, and homeowners’ decision in regard to which one to install in their homes is significant.

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The Pros and Cons of Irrigation Systems

As seen in the Montgomery County News

July 15 ,2021

      Maintaining a lush, green lawn and thriving landscape that includes shrubbery, flowers and trees requires time, money and often some sweat equity. However, the beauty that results from such effort compels many homeowners to take on the landscaping challenge.

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How to Manage Relocating for a new job

As seen in the Montgomery County News

July 08 ,2021

          Moving can be a considerable undertaking while professionals who are single or married with no children may find it easier to move than men and women with families. 

Craftsman Home Renovation Ideas

As seen in the Montgomery County News

July 01 ,2021

            Craftsman homes trace their roots to the late 19th century. An architectural style inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement that flourished in Europe and North America for roughly 40 years between 1880 and 1920, the American Craftsman home has endured into the 21st century thanks to its beauty and the unique feel its homes inspire.

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Welcome Aboard

As seen in the Montgomery County News

November 19, 2020

Our new Sales Associate.  

Ouachita Real Estate Ribbon Cutting
Ouachita Real Estate Ribbon Cutting

Mount Ida Area Chamber Welcomes Ouachita Real Estate with Ribbon Cutting

March 26, 2020

The Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce and Ouachita Real Estate hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday, March 19, to celebrate the grand opening of Montgomery County’s newest real estate business.