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Mansfield Food Banks - Haring Realty

Did you know that you have an amazing gift of kindness sitting in your pantry? Friday, September 4th, is National Food Bank Day, and our REALTORS® encourage you to give back to our community by donating to a local food bank. National Food Bank Day is a relatively new United States holiday, but food banks and pantries have operated in our country for decades.

Celebrating National Food Bank Day in Mansfield

You can celebrate National Food Bank Day in a number of ways. First and foremost, you can donate nonperishable foods to your local food bank. It's best to ask the food bank which items they are in need of first. Sometimes too many cans are donated and they actually have a shortage of fresh food items like fruits and vegetables. You could also make a generous monetary donation to help these food pantries keep their operations running as efficiently as possible. If you're unable to donate physical items, you can donate your time and help the food bank sort donations, assist members of the community, and complete administrative tasks.

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Mansfield Parks - National Dog Day - Haring Realty

National Dog Day is celebrated on August 26, so why not get outside for some exercise and spend some quality time with your dog? The Mansfield OH area has several designated dog parks as well as many multi-use parks that are perfect spots for walking your dog.

Our REALTORS® recommend the following five places in or near Mansfield where you can spend the day enjoying the outdoors and taking your dog for a walk:

  1. Maize Memorial Dog Park – 3201-3311 Milligan Rd., Ontario OH 44903
    Part of Marshall Park, Maize Memorial Dog Park is an ideal place to let your romp off some of their excess energy, and it's conveniently located near Ontario homes for sale. There's plenty of room for you to let your dog play, and they can also navigate some agility course obstacles. You can help your pet cool off by filling some of the available empty jugs at a nearby water fountain and pouring them into the very large water bowl that's provided. And when you both need a break, you'll find some picnic benches under the trees just outside an enclosure, which creates a cool spot to relax.

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Tips for Improving Walls - Sell a Home - Haring Realty

"You have beautiful walls!" It's not something most homeowners ever hear, if for no other reason that most homeowners don't try to make their walls stand out as part of the room's decor. For those who do put forth a little bit of effort, the results can be stunning. With these seven tips that our REALTORS® recommend, you can create some genuinely wonderful walls in your home that are sure to get noticed.

  1. Patch the Holes
    Whether you have taken down a picture or plunged a hammer through the drywall, it's important to patch and repair holes in the wall properly. Small holes can be filled with spackle and painted over with some paint. For larger holes, use a patch kit, allow it to dry, and then repaint the wall.

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Reasons to Sell Now - Home Sellers - Haring Realty

Is now a good time to sell your home? Between the continued threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, layoffs, and a wobbly economy, it's no surprise that many who may have planned to sell their home this year are wondering whether they should take a shot or wait it out. The hesitancy is understandable given the disruption and uncertainty caused by the pandemic. But our REALTORS® believe now is a good time to sell for the following reasons:

  • There is a Pent-Up Demand for Homes
    When the pandemic forced many states to ban open houses and enforce quarantine, the buying and selling of homes understandably went dormant for some months. But now that lockdown restrictions have loosened up, homebuyers are eager to take the shot and make up for the lost time. There are strong signs of a rebound in the real estate market as homebuyers are out with a vengeance. This demand is strongest in smaller, cheaper cities and suburbs as more employees are allowed to work remotely for the foreseeable future.

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