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I recently sold a home for a client I've known for decades. After a college friend referred her to me, she and I went on to become friends ourselves. And now that she's retired, she wants to move back to her birth state of Maine.
Utah is about to celebrate Pride in various ways in cities statewide. I remember our very first Pride celebration in 1974, held at City Creek Canyon and the Great Salt Lake. Basically, it was a kegger up the canyon followed by more frivolity at the lake's unofficial nude hangout, Bare Ass Beach.
By Jerre Wroble, River Coello, Sam Stecklow, Carolyn Campbell, and Babs Delay
No matter where you get your Pride on, the sight of seeing so many effervescent souls converging in varying stages of dress and undress is indescribably powerful. That ribald "rainbow spirit" is outrageous, playful and proud.
As we native New Yorkers like to say, "Fugetaboutit!" Forget about what? Buying a home! The latest stats from show that the sold price for all types of housing in April increased 26.9% from April of 2020!
April is the month when we Realtor celebrate the passage of the Fair Housing Act by Congress in 1968 by sponsoring events and offering education focusing on housing discrimination and segregation, with a recommitment to expanding equal access to housing for all.