Landmark Real Estate Center Blog

2012 Men & Women of Distinction

 Community Calendar Will Soon Be Available. The Liberal Chamber of Commerce’s community calendar will be available in December.  The calendar features twelve men and women who have made a positive impact in our community.  It also features numerous events that are scheduled to take place in 2012.  This calendar is a useful tool for those who want to plan an event during the year but don’t want their event to conflict with other events that have already been set. Calendars are free and may be picked up at...    Read More

State Legislators Visist Southwest Kansas

The Southwest Kansas Chambers of Commerce recently hosted a dinner at Southwind Golf Club in Garden City for all state legislators who came to the area to pheasant hunt.  Each year several state legislators make the trip to Southwest Kansas to try their hand at hunting pheasant while enjoying the fellowship with their fellow legislators.  The evening prior to the hunt, Southwest Kansas Chambers hosted 85 people at the dinner where chamber members had the opportunity to visit with the legislators. Rozelle Webb, IOM    Read More

Home Inspections

Home buyers will most often opt for a home inspection. Many times a mid-transaction inspection catchs sellers unaware of problems, causes buyers to re-think their purchase, and now-a-days subjects the property to loan underwriting and insurance underwriting repairs that were not addressed in the contract. Should sellers inspect their homes prior to listing? The following article will add some insight to the decision.    Read More

Exclusive Home on quiet cul-de-sac

 Take a look at one sweet home in Liberal, KS. Brought to you by our very own Cheryl Daugherty and Landmark Real Estate Center, LLC.      Read More

Remodeling? Don’t Forget the Permit

When home owners take on a remodeling project, they’re often far more focused on choosing glistening fixtures for a new bathroom or debating the type of granite to use on a kitchen countertop than, say, navigating the intricacies of the building permit process. That could be a huge mistake, however, and it may not even come to light until the house is put up for sale. Ignoring local approval requirements not only poses safety and legal problems but also can potentially derail an otherwise smooth sale.    Read More