Where did the time go? It's hard to believe it was 12 years ago that this crazy idea of "DIGS" came to life.



That was 4380 days ago!

And here we are, still doing our little thing all these years later.

It’s been a long and winding road for sure, but one filled with gratitude and respect.

A sincere thank you to the local communities we serve, our readers, and most importantly, our marketing partners who make this all possible – we don’t exist without you.

We’ve always felt that our homes (which we like to call DIGS) are the most vital link in the “community chain.”

It’s both an honor and a privilege to continue to have the opportunity to serve you.

Happy Holidays to you and may all your real estate dreams come true in the new year.

With Gratitude


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