Category Archives: National Holidays

  • How to Spend Thanksgiving Weekend

    BY Coldwell Banker DuFour Realty

    Stuffed! That’s how you feel on Thursday after your Thanksgiving feast.. Once the turkey is picked clean, the dishes are done and the last bite of pie sitting in a pool of melted ice cream on your dessert plate, most... 

  • Memorial Day

    BY Coldwell Banker DuFour Realty

    Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America. Over two dozen cities and towns claim to be the birthplace of Memorial Day. While... 

  • DIY Autumn Wreath Ideas

    BY Coldwell Banker DuFour Realty

      Dress Your Door in Autumn Finery Bring the bounty of the season to your front door with a wreath made from the best Autumn has to offer: brilliant bittersweet, great grains, luscious leaves, and fresh fruit. Autumn’s... 

  • Letter from Salvation Army to Coldwell Banker DuFour Realty

    BY Coldwell Banker DuFour Realty

    Coldwell Banker DuFour Realty received this wonderful letter of thanks from Major Bill Dickinson of the Salvation Army. Every year, we have the pleasure of hosting a Salvation Army Angel Tree, and we pride ourselves on making... 

  • Santa Clause is on his way Chico!

    BY Coldwell Banker DuFour Realty

    Track Santa Clause’s Journey across the World!   Follow Santa & explore the North Pole!                   *Thank you for following Coldwell Banker DuFour Realty... 

  • Selling Your Home Over the Holidays

    BY Coldwell Banker DuFour Realty

    Selling your home over the holidays can be a tough call. Many experts think that it is not worth it because sellers will seem desperate. Most offers coming in over the holidays are generally lower than asking price, and few... 

  • The Declaration of Independence

    BY Coldwell Banker DuFour Realty

    Drafted by Thomas Jefferson between June 11 and June 28, 1776, the Declaration of Independence is at once the nation’s most cherished symbol of liberty and Jefferson’s most enduring monument. Here, in exalted...