Halloween In Southern Utah

    1367967_pumpkin_patch_2With Halloween literally just around the corner, St. George Utah at Halloween brings a whole different meaning to spooky.

    Neighborhoods decorated in bright oranges and black.

    Pumpkins piled high around every corner.

    Skeletons nestled on front porches with their creepy grins just waiting to scare an unsuspecting passerby.

    Little ghosts and goblins and witches wearing costumes that they can’t wait to unveil.

    Corn mazes rustling in the breeze waiting to disorient the next victim.

    Moms and Dads running out to buy more Halloween candy because they devoured the last purchase already.

    And beautiful homes for sale just waiting for the perfect residents to move in.

    Don’t miss the chance to purchase in the Southern Utah area at this most beautiful time of year.

    Imagine spending the holidays in your perfect dream home.

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    Southern Utah offers so much to do for everyone.

    Weather in Southern Utah makes even winter time enjoyable.

    No scraping car windows to drive the kids to school.

    No wrapping up in big winter coats that cover your Halloween costume so that nobody sees it.

    Yet only a short drive to the nearest ski resort to ski or to play in the snow.

    St. George, Utah at Halloween is AMAZINGLY SPOOKY and AMAZINGLY PERFECT for your next home.

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    John Ames

    John Ames, CPA spent 17 years working in a Big Eight CPA firm and running four public wall street companies. He brings a, ” no tomorrow ” work ethic to real estate. His entire team is trained weekly by the #1 coach in Real Estate (and has been for 10+ Years). John is a Board of Trustees member for IHC / Dixie regional Medical Center. John’s wife Lisa is is a three-time cancer survivor and they are heavily involved in fund raising for Dixie Regional and Huntsman Cancer Institute

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