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Satellite dishes

When a Purchase Agreement is written on a property everything that is physically fastened to the property is subject to the Agreement.

The disposal or removal of a satellite dish is subject to Purchase Agreement terms.

The seller will need to be clear about the terms of their provider contract.

One or two satellite companies will remove their equipment for a fee of around $100, but others don't provide any removal service.

Even if you are planning to stay with the same provider, it's likely the equipment will need to be updated.

If you contract with a different provider, they install their own equipment and will not remove any old satellites.

A satellite dish installed through roofing material may void both the installer's and roof material's warranty.

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Market Update: Upward Trends

This has been one Hot Summer! The housing market continues to show signs of improvement as we near the end of summer and the third fiscal quarter. Despite an increase of 15.7 percent in the number of metro-wide new listings the inventory of homes listed continues to fall, and the percent of asking price has increased to 97.5 percent.

    The Average Days on Market has decreased to just 72 days, down from 105 at this same time last year.

The interest rate for a 30- year mortgage edged upward over the summer and encouraged many buyers and sellers into action. Freddie Mac now reports an average interest rate of 4.57 percent, up nearly a whole percentage point from the near historic lows of last summer when it was 3.62 percent.

The hot weather lingers, and we thought you might enjoy this recipe for what is always a bountiful harvest- EGGPLANT, done on the grill to keep the kitchen cool. Easy, quick and delicious!

Italian Grilled Eggplant
Cook Time: 15 minutes


  • 1 large eggplant
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
  • 2 cloves garlic, very finely minced
  • 1 pinch each thyme, basil, dill, and oregano
  • salt and freshly grated black pepper

Heat grill.
When grill is hot, slice eggplant about 1/2-inch thick. In a small bowl, whisk together the olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic, herbs, salt, and pepper. Brush both sides of the eggplant slices with the oil and vinegar mixture.

Place eggplant on the hot preheated grill. Grill about 15 to 20 minutes, turning once.
~CREDIT: Diana Rattray, Guide

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