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Realtor Christina Cunningham Highlights Charming Home in Rossville School District

Christina Cunningham

This newly listed home was built in 2008. It has three bedrooms, one and a half baths, and sits on eight acres of land in the coveted Rossville School District. The listing price is $ 167,000.

This house has beautiful natural lighting in the kitchen, a scenic pond and a fire pit, outbuildings, woods, and a garage with a full bathroom, which is currently being used as a workshop, but could easily be an In-Law Suite, said Cunningham, a Realtor for RE/MAX Ability Plus.

Enjoy a pleasant cross breeze in the main house to keep you cool in the summer, while radiant heat will toast your toes in the winter, Cunningham said, before adding, Be sure to bring your fishing pole for the pond. Come see this special house and beautiful land today and get moved before school starts. An additional three acres are available for future negotiations.

As to why anyone in the buying and or selling market, should use Cunninghams services, she stressed that, above and beyond is the only service that she provides for her buyers and sellers.In addition, Cunningham equips buyers with her complimentary 17 foot moving truck to help them move in once the perfect house has been chosen and the sale completed.

In order to best promote my listings I advertise at a minimum of 900 different websites, Cunningham noted. My goal is to get their homes sold as quickly as possible, for a value that is acceptable to both buyers and sellers while keeping in consideration the current market.

Cunningham said she believes communication is important any relationship. One simple way I exhibit the level of commitment, that I strongly believe should be given to every seller, is I send my sellers weekly updates so they can see how many people have viewed their homes, due to the high level of marketing that I do, Cunningham said.

As for buyers, Cunningham said, she works with buyers anywhere from one week to two years. It is more important for me to know in my heart that my buyers have found the right home, and not just four walls that work, Cunningham said. Full service is the only way I know how to help my clients. If a buyer needs help with finding a suitable lender, I help with that. If a client needs help with finding a handy person to help with a few household chores, either before selling or after buying, I help with that, as well. Basically, if a client has a need for something, I try to provide a great solution.

With every transaction (both buyers and sellers) that closes, a donation is made on the client’s behalf to Children’s Miracle Network and/or Almost Home Humane Society.

About Christina Cunningham, RE/MAX Ability Plus

Christina Cunningham works with both buyers and sellers. Whether buying or selling, her clients are welcome to use her complimentary moving truck for 48 hours. For more information, please call (765) 421-2260.

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Clean Fuel Vehicle Tour Highlights Local Fleets in Georgia

(PRWEB) June 05, 2015

Georgia 6/4/2014 Gas prices may not be in the stratosphere at the moment, but Georgia cities and private fleets are still switching to clean fuels. The Alternative Fuel Vehicle Roadshow is set to open June 15th in Gainesville with an 8-city tour led by Georgia Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols. The series brings together a vehicle showcase and discussion panels on the practical impact of converting fleets to clean, alternative fuels like propane, E85-ethanol, natural gas, electric (EV) and compressed natural gas (CNG). Questions on financing, safety, maintenance and fuel considerations of clean vehicle conversions will be answered by government fleet managers and private sector fleets, along with vehicle manufacturers and utilities who will highlight their success transitioning fleets, based on need and use.

Localizing the fleet stories.

The eight city clean fuel conversion tour opens June 15 in Gainesville, GA at the Brenau Downtown Center and continue on consecutive days to Cartersvilles Tellus Science Museum 6/16, Albany-Dougherty Government Center 6/17 and the Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta by Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on June 18th. The second week of the tour begins 6/23 at Agnes Scott College, followed by 6/24 at Sea Palms Resort on St. Simons Island, Valdosta 6/25 at Langdale College of Business and Savannah International Convention Center on 6/26 in tandem with the Georgia Municipal Associations annual Convention. Each alternative fuel vehicle event begins with a showcase of CNG trucks, Propane vans and Shuttles and electric vehicles for test drives, followed by a 2 hour seminar and panel discussions with fleet managers and vehicle conversion experts. Most events run from 9am-12n. Registration is free for government officials and fleet staff on the show website at http://www.AFVRoadshow.com

Smart planning pays big fuel dividends.

Natural Gas and Propane vehicle conversions have been increasing steadily in Georgia. The Alternative Fuel Vehicle Roadshow will feature the current state of CNG fueling stations and stories from the Cities of Albany, Atlanta, Augusta, Covington, Douglas, Thomasville, and Toccoa who are now operating Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) refuse trucks, pickup trucks, sedans and other CNG vehicles in their fleet. DeKalb County is transitioning their sanitation vehicles over to renewable bio-methane from landfill gas. Speakers from the private sector will also be joining the guest panel. AT&T has deployed 130 CNG light duty service vehicles in the Atlanta area. Mansfield Clean Energy Partners, is now delivering traditional liquid fuels with CNG tanker trucks. UPS is deploying over 100 CNG Class 8 tractor-trailers and 300 CNG package cars in Atlanta this year, and The Langdale Company just placed into service the first Dual-Fuel (diesel/natural gas) trucks in Georgia as well as opening the first public CNG fueling station in South Georgia along the I-75 corridor. Utilities like Atlanta Gas Light and Liberty Utilities are also walking the talk by deploying CNG vehicles in their fleets.

Fleet vehicle conversions and OEMs like Ford can point to Propane AutoGas as one of the easiest to deploy in a fleet. The infrastructure can literally be installed in hours and performance drivers like police and sheriffs departments report excellent response. In Georgia, Sandy Springs Police and Muscogee County Sheriffs are recent converts. Groome Transportation, operating campus and airport shuttles in five states has converted many university buses to propane and operates over 100 propane vans in the Atlanta area. The Roadshow will feature these success stories along with others from the Georgia Propane Gas Association, Amerigas and Georgia Gas. Norcross based, Force911 which is installs certified propane and natural gas systems on existing vehicles will display a converted police trucka along with several other trucks and vans..

Electric Vehicle charging now easy to find in Georgia.

Earlier this year Kia Motors, which produces the Sorento and Optima in Troup County at one of the states largest manufacturing facilities, introduced its new, all-electric SOUL EV to Georgia dealers. The Tour’s electric vehicle showcase will feature the SOUL EV, alongside the Nissan LEAF and the Ford C-Max Energi. Electric Vehicles in Georgia may see a little of the spark go out when Georgias $ 5,000 EV tax credit expires July 1, but business leaders are hopeful that a compromise investment tax credit will prevail in 2016. Georgia has seen rapid growth in its EV Charging infrastructure with companies like Rincon based EFACEC DC Fast Chargers. Georgia Power has just deployed over 60 Community Charging Islands at its properties throughout the region with plans to add and additional 50 chargers on hosted properties.

Saving taxpayer money with green improvements.

Georgias elected officials will also be on hand to celebrate the economic growth that alternative fuel vehicles have brought to their regions. Senator Butch Miller and owner of Milton Martin Honda which features the Honda Civic CNG will be on hand in Gainesville along with Representative Carl Rogers and Mayor Danny Dunagan. Senator Bruce Thompson and City Councilwoman Myrtle Figueras will be in Cartersville. Mayor Dorothy Hubbard and Representative Winifred Dukes will be in Albany. Senator Nan Orrock, College Park Mayor Jack Longino and East Point Mayor Janquelle Peters will be at the Georgia International Convention Center. Senator Elena Parent will speak at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Senator William Ligon and State Representative Jeff Jones will bring remarks to St. Simons Island. Valdosta Mayor John Gayle will speak at the Langdale College of Business at VSU and Representative Mickey Stephens will give remarks in Savannah as the tour comes to a close on June 26th

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