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Category Client Appreciation

Feed the Community Event

Feed the Community at For the Love of Food.

My business to business partners and clients will take part in a cooking class. As a result, we will learn to make complete meals to help feed the needs of our community. We’ll meet at For the Love of Food on Monday, January 28, 2019 at 6:30 pm.

Join me, in cooperation with Steve Preis at Primary Residential Mortgage for a unique cooking experience. This is a chance for us to give back to the less fortunate.

Together we will prepare meals from scratch. The food will be donated to The Baltimore Station, a shelter for homeless veterans. 

If you are interested in joining me, please visit the For The Love of Food page to sign up or contact me for additional information.

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Meet Katie and Chris Peitsch

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Meet Katie and Chris Peitsch

Katie and Chris Peitsch

What do you love most about your new home?

All the extra space! Moving from a townhouse to a single family home, basically doubled the square footage of our house. The large master suite is a nice perk too.

If you could sum up your experience in one word what would that be?  Why?

Fast. We only toured two houses before making an offer. The online tools Gigi gave us helped us to narrow down our search as we already knew the area we wanted to live in. Selling our townhouse was also surprisingly fast, we had an offer within a week. Again, the tools and suggestions Gigi and her team gave us about getting our house ready to sell made the process easier...

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Article in Buffini & Company Magazine

Gigi and Buffini & Company Magazine quoteI’m honored to be the subject of an article in my coaching company’s publication, the Buffini & Company Magazine. As my clients know, I work by referral. This article talks about how coaching has helped me work this way through the years.

To read the article, please click on the link:  Your Best Investment = Yourself

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Thank you!

Hats off to my clients of 2017!

I am so grateful for you. I could never it do all of this business without the referrals of my clients and business partners.

Thank you.

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ready to buy a home

Are You Ready to Buy in 2017?

Monthly Item of Value: Are you ready to buy in 2017?

Before you begin your journey to purchase a home, there are many factors to take into consideration.

Knowing your finances are in order before you start the process will save you time and effort. Get to know the areas where you might want to live. Think about how your expenses will change if and when you move. Buying (and selling) a home is a long process. Is this a good time for you to enter into a house hunt?

Read my Monthly Item of Value and see if now is the right time for you to purchase a home. Contact me if you feel like you are ready to buy in 2017.

Click here to read the full report.

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organizing for taxes

Get Organized for Taxes

It’s that time of year again – tax season. Tax time can be stressful for many people because they are not as organized as they should be. If you do your own taxes or if someone else does them, you still need to have your paperwork together.

Of course, throughout the year, we hope you were tucking away those receipts, pay stubs and W-2 forms for easy retrieval. Simply by putting everything in one location you will save time when you get ready to prepare your tax return. If you didn’t do that last year, get a box set up for this year where you can put all of your paper receipts.

If you pay bills online, you have confirmation emails, online banking statements, etc. All of those can be put in folders on your computer to keep it organized for tax season.

Check out our monthly item of valu...

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October Events Around Baltimore

October Community Events in Baltimore

Spend some time in and around Baltimore in October. Our community offers many events this month including patriotic events at Ft. McHenry, lots of food and fun for the whole family.

Hoen & Co. Farmer’s Market

Hoen & Co. farmer's market info

Image courtesy of Hoen & Co.

Come to east Baltimore and enjoy this farmer’s market with lots of fresh produce and more. Strength to Love and Stoecker Farms offers a huge assortment of mouth watering produce and accept Farm Alliance Vouchers. Credit cards, cash, SNAP, EBT, WIC and Farmers’ Market Vouchers accepted by some vendors.

The Hoen & Co Lithograph Building
2101 E. Biddle Street
Baltimore, MD 21213
Saturday, October 22, 2016, 10am – 2pm
Visit their website.

The Nevermore Haunt

nevermore haunt

Image courtesy of Visit Baltimore.

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keep your code safe

Is Your Code Safe? – Monthly Item of Value

Here is my monthly item of value: Can Thieves Crack Your Code?

Yes, you have either fingerprint recognition or a code to get into your phone, but how secure is it? Did you know that most phones will allow you to make a code that is more than four digits?

Your phone and your computer are both at stake here. Learn about how to protect your personal information and keep it from people who want to steal both your money and identity.

On your computer, use a combination of numbers, letters and characters in order to make the password more secure. Many websites will let you know if your password is weak or strong. Take their advice and make them as strong as possible.

This e-report contains information on how long the average thief takes to get into your computer or phone...

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Internet home search

Whether you want to go on a virtual tour, check out a neighborhood or get information about a certain property, the internet can be a helpful way to start your home search.

Of course, you cannot get everything from the internet. Sometimes listings are outdated or already sold. Using a realtor to help find homes works best in conjunction with the internet. Your realtor will help guide you through the process, which can be complicated especially if you are a first time home buyer.

Click here for my monthly item of value, “Using the internet for your home search.”

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Upcoming events

Events around Baltimore:

Grilled chicken breasts with vegetablesThrough January 31:

Winter restaurant week

Support your favorite Baltimore eateries during this Winter Restaurant Week. Two-course lunch or brunch menus are $15 or $20, and three-course dinner menus are $25 or $35 (not including tax, gratuity or alcohol).



January 27, 2016 – February 07, 2016:

The Phantom of the Opera at the Hippodrome

Music sheet and old letter

If you have never seen Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera, now is your chance. This long running play has updated set designs and choreography that will knock your socks off.

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