SargesList Local Experts – Military Real Estate Agents

If you are looking for the American Dream, look no further, our local experts can assist you in buying, selling or renting your dream and the biggest investment you’ll make. Below you’ll find our list of military friendly realtors who are either current active duty spouses, veterans or experienced military relo specialists:   12615 Meridian […]

5 Easy Tips for Military to Save Money on Energy Bills!

Guest Author: Adrienne Lally of Team Lally, SargesList Local Expert for Schofield Barracks It’s not just which energy efficiency tips and projects you implement at home that will make a dent in your bills — it’s how many. This is a Q&A with Suzanne Shelton, president and CEO of Shelton Group, a marketing agency specializing […]

Don’t Qualify for HARP 2.0? You Still Have Options!

Did you read the latest SargesList post, New Lifeline for Underwater Military Homeowners: HARP 2.0, thinking you‚Äôd found a solution to your mortgage woes? Did you go to Zillow’s qualification calculator only to find out that your mortgage never saw the likes of Freddie ¬†or Fannie? What now? If HARP 2.0 isn‚Äôt for you, you‚Äôre […]

Housing Talk @ USAG Grafenwoehr, Vilseck and Hohenfels

by Manuela Spaur LBS Immobilien – Real Estate Being Bavarian born and an American (Hawaii and California) Realtor currently working with LBS/ Sparkasse Finance Group in USAG Grafenwoehr, I’ve moved from the U.S. to Germany and have worked as a real estate agent in both countries. I help many military families with finding homes. You […]

June MilSpouse Spotlight: Michelle Ocampo, Photographer

By Melissa Renahan, Writer and Military Spouse As military spouses, we are familiar with the term ‚Äòportable career‚Äô, but what does that really mean? The powers that be sometimes recommend fields like nursing or teaching, but really those are two competitive job markets that require degrees, training and an open position in the spot you‚Äôre […]

Are You Ready for Flag Day?

By Nicole Leech, Military Spouse On the heels of Memorial Day, this time of year brings BBQ‚Äôs and flip-flops, warm weather and fun.¬† It also arouses our patriotic spirit.¬† Memorial Day, Flag Day and the Fourth of July Holidays bring the flag d√©cor out at all the stores.¬† But before you raise your flag, do […]

PCS Chronicles #7 | Things You Wish You Knew Before Your PCS

By Melissa Renahan, Military Spouse and Writer “If I knew then what I know now‚Ķ” When you look back on your first PCS experience (or any PCS for that matter), there are inevitably things that you WISH you knew. They say that hindsight is always 20/20, yet maybe there is a way to gain insight […]

PCS Chronicles #6 | PCS and Careers for Military Spouses

‚ÄúWhat Color is Your Parachute?‚Äù used to be a popular book aimed at helping people figure out what careers in which they might excel. When you are married to the military, you may feel like you need a parachute when PCSing! When it comes to jobs, you may have an array of professional experience, yet […]

PCS Chronicles #5 | Your Wheels (POV) and Your PCS

By Melissa Renahan, Military Spouse and Writer Whether you ride a motorcycle, have a 1500 hemi under the hood or cruise in a sporty four-door, one of the first questions when you have to PCS is what about my vehicle(s)? If you are PCSing OCONUS, the military will transport ONE of your vehicles for you […]

PCS Chronicles #4 | PPM or JPPSO, which one will you choose in your next move?

By Melissa Renahan, Military Spouse and Writer If you are PCSing for the first time, are an expert PCS’r or if you know someone in the process, our PCS Chronicles can help. In Chronicle #1, we addressed housing options, #2 dealt with your stuff and in #3 we addressed pets and the PCS. In each […]