Monthly Archives: February 2015

    • March 2015 Alachua County Community Events

      Spring is almost here! Our community is filled with so many wonderful events this month. Mark your calendars for the 16th Annual North Central Florida Home & Garden Show at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center on March 7th. On March 29th, Kanapaha Botanical Gardens will be having an Easter egg hunt with over 3000 candy and toy filled eggs spread over Kanapaha’s expansive lawns for the youngsters to hunt. Remember to set your clocks ahead before you go to bed on March 7th.

      Written by Michelle Schibuola
    • New Construction in Alachua County

      Whether you’re looking for your starter home or your “forever” home, there are several new communities to consider in the Gainesville area. From exclusive Bella Vista where your custom dream home can be built on a quarry to larger community developments with several floor plans to select from, there is something sure to meet and exceed your expectations.

      Written by Michelle Schibuola
    • 2014 Realtor Awards

      Today, Bosshardt Realty recognized all the hardworking Realtors that made 2014 a success. We appreciate your continued support in our Realtors, and the confidence you have placed in them. You are at the center of everything we do and we will work tirelessly towards ensuring that we meet and exceed your expectations.

      A heartfelt thank you from the Bosshardt Family of Companies for making Gainesville and Alachua County the best place to live, work & call home.

      Written by Aaron Bosshardt
    • Out with the Old, In with the New: Design Trends in 2015

      If you’re building, remodeling, simply redecorating a couple of rooms in your house or staging your home to be placed on the market, there are a few things you may want to keep in mind before you begin your transformation. Are you changing an element that is outdated or is it still appealing to a wide variety? Will your new design add value or make it look outdated before it’s time? Here are 5 trends to steer clear of this year and how to fix them.

      Written by Michelle Schibuola