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Tuesday Two Hundred: Murphy Fixer-Upper Sits on Almost an Acre with Pool, Barn

By Leah Shafer / January 12, 2015 / 5 Comments

Gone with the Wind was a childhood favorite of mine, with its winding storyline, genteel fashion, and dramatic romances. In one memorable scene, Scarlett’s father, Gerald O’Hara, an Irish peasant immigrant, proclaims in his rough brogue, “The land is the only thing in the world worth working for, worth fighting for, worth dying for, because it’s […]

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Renting in Reno: Dallas Nostalgia Remains, But Love For Reno Shows Gains As Georgia Fisher and Fiance Plan to Stay

By Georgia Fisher / November 20, 2013 / 6 Comments

We think we’ll stay in Reno. We’d never have dreamed as much — not if we could dial back to early 2012, anyway — but that’s the same story everyone has. One of my fiancé’s colleagues has family members who promised, despairingly, that they’d “pray for” him when he relocated here. Naturally, he’s fine now. “People come […]

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Renting in Reno: Even the Desert Calls Dallas to Mind As Georgia Fisher Cozies Up With Her New Neighbors

By Georgia Fisher / September 4, 2013 / 10 Comments

  After cleaning out their Uptown apartment, Georgia and her fiancee, Matt, were left with the essentials — an umbrella, a sombrero, an iron dinosaur, and a tub of Crisco. Two out of two Realtors I’ve met randomly here in Reno have second jobs: one at a rental-car agency, and the other at a nursery. […]

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