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300 Shakespeare Dr, Dothan   $318,000

Take a look at this beauty located in the Stratford Place Subdivision off of Hwy 431 N. This home offers over 2,535 square feet of living space. The extra-large living room includes a wood burning fireplace and a cathedral ceiling. Just off the foyer is a formal dining room, while the kitchen provides plenty of counter and cabinet space and features a dining nook with a bay window. All four bedrooms are located on the main floor and offer plenty of space and large closets. The Master bedroom includes a walk-in closet, trey ceiling and an en suite bath that includes a jacuzzi tub and separate shower. The 366 square foot heated and cooled bonus room over the 2-car garage is not included in the square footage and can serve any number of purposes. Outside, enjoy a large corner lot, fenced back yard and a large wooden deck just off the living room for entertaining. This home, conveniently located to shopping, local restaurants and medical care is a jewel! For more information or to schedule a tour, contact Laurie Peacock, 618-9639!

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Romana Miley, Jackie Johnson, Aleda Holmes, Angela Blissett, Tesi Rodriguez,  Kim Lee, Tim Vierkandt, and Kristin Kruger!

These highly trained and motivated professionals continue to set the standard for productivity, professionalism, client satisfaction, and commitment to career development. Our team of professionals at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Showcase Properties is “Committed to Excellence - Every Day in Every Way.”


Success Strategies for 2022 Homebuyers

If you’re a homebuyer without a home to buy, the ongoing housing shortage is making housing to buy less affordable by the day. Certain factors should change with time, which should provide you with a better chance to buy a home in mid-to-late 2022.

One factor that helped fuel the current housing market boom was record low interest rates. According to the latest weekly Mortgage Bankers Association survey, the average contract interest rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) under $647,200 was 5.20% with 0.63 points. That’s a quick rise from the record low recorded by Freddie Mac in December 2020 of 2.68% for the same FRM loan.  As a borrower you could ask your lender about a hybrid mortgage that gives you a lower adjustable rate for a fixed period of five years before the rate adjusts to a fixed rate. 

Since the Great Recession, there’s been a serious shortage of new homes being built. The National Association of REALTORS says the U.S. needs to add 550,000 more homes to its 1.5 million annual average for the next ten years to make up the shortfall that’s now calculated to be about 6.8 million homes, after accounting for demolitions. Builders need more labor, more land and an end to supply chain shortages to meet this goal.

What can you do? Buy an older home that needs work. You’ll have the option of improving it or tearing it down and rebuilding when the market improves.


We have some exciting news to share! We will be moving later this year to

101 Executive Park Drive, Dothan, AL 36303!


The Thirsty Pig

The Thirsty Pig is a laid back tap room featuring craft beer, BBQ, live music and trivia! This Dothan based, competition-style barbecue caterer and food truck offers pit-smoked BBQ. Try the BBQ nachos! Food truck is open Tuesday-Saturday, 4-8. Burgers, fries and barbecue are always favorites on the food truck!

They also have a craft beer taproom!

"We've traveled around the state and the south, and have found some great craft beers that you should like to try. Most aren't available in town on draft, so we think you'll like what you find at The Thirsty Pig. All of our draft beers are available to enjoy here by the glass, or to take home in a growler for consumption later.

"We also have some wine (red or white blends) and mead available, and occasionally hard cider. We also have soda, water and juice most of the time. We are family-friendly and have a couple of high chairs for the little ones! All ages welcome, 21+ to drink or sit at the bar."

Follow them on Facebook to stay up to date on all of their events and check out the menu on their website


Retro: Not Just Mid-century Anymore

According to  EyeonHousing.comhalf of owner-occupied homes were built before 1980. That could be just one of many reasons why many homebuyers and homeowners are going more “retro” in their decorating styles. Retro pieces of furniture, art, and accessories, whether antique, reproduction or derivative, can bring unique personality to any home. explains that home décor has always mixed the old with the new. Retro is widely thought to mean Mid-century design, but it can also include nods from other eras, including Art Deco and Modernism from the 1920s to the 1940s. Both post-war, these modernistic motifs reflect large lifestyle changes, and are based in the joys of progress and optimism for the future.

Art Deco décor: The 1920s was a time of wealth, optimism, and confidence, concepts reflected by geometric shapes, opulent details, shiny surfaces, luxurious fabrics and vertical lines. Art Deco décor pays homage to the technical achievements that produced skyscrapers, planes, trains and automobiles. Machine-made objects such as toasters, blenders, refrigerators and vacuum cleaners revolutionized housekeeping. Bring Art Deco influences into your home with brass, chrome, statuary, luxe fabrics like brocade, velvet and suede, rounded seating and bold colors like emerald green, black and gold.  

Mid-century décor: Mid-century design takes inspiration from suburbia, highway travel, the invention of jet airplanes and easier international travel, and the Space Race of the 1950s to the 1960s. It’s practical, sleek, uncluttered, and features light cheerful colors, low furniture with exposed legs, and new materials like plastic, rayon, acrylic and Formica.


Which Remodeling Projects Bring the Most Joy?

In 2020, Americans spent $420 billion remodeling their homes, according to a new report by The National Association of REALTORS (NAR) and The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI.) They remodeled to upgrade outdated worn-out surfaces, finishes and materials (30%), add features and improve livability (20%), and just enjoy a change (16%.)   While most consumers (83% of those surveyed) said they would have remodeled regardless of the pandemic, most found that they were happy with the results (57%), satisfied (39%), and felt a sense of accomplishment (69%).  

Homeowners reported that the best results from remodeling were better functionality and livability (35%), durability (22%), and beauty (14%). A whopping 84% of homeowners said they enjoyed their homes more than before they remodeled.  Although most projects were completed with standard quality fixtures and materials, and some with better-quality installations, NAR and NARI calculated the consumers’ typical “Joy Score” at 9.6 out of a possible 10.

So which renovations brought the most joy to homeowners? Interior projects that received a perfect Joy Score of 10 include: painting entire interior of the home, painting one room of the home add a new home office, hardwood flooring refinish, new wood flooring, a closet renovation, insulation upgrade, and attic conversion to living area, said the report.  Scoring 9.8 were complete kitchen remodels and partial kitchen upgrades. A basement conversion to a living area scored a 9.7, and a bathroom renovation scored a 9.6. Adding a new laundry area and a new master bedroom earned a 9.5.


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