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2015 Louisville Home Trends

2014 was a great year for Blanton Realtors, as well as for the Louisville housing market overall, and before the last year was even out, there were already a number of predictions being cast for how the market would fare in 2015. We’ve rounded up some of the most relevant […]


Fireplace Precautions & Tips

Welcome to 2015! The Blanton Realtors team hopes you and yours had a great holiday season and are gearing up for the new year ahead. We’re going to jump right into it with some tips for keeping your home safe and healthy when utilizing your fireplace. Use seasoned hardwood: This […]


Selling Your House in Winter

There’s a commonly held belief in the real estate industry that spring is the best time of the year for selling a home; however that is not always true nor is it always possible. Winter actually holds plenty of advantages and excellent opportunities to sell your house successfully and quickly. […]


8 Best New Louisville Restaurants of 2014

One of our favorite city guide websites (a great resource for both locals and Louisville newbies), Thrillist, just released their list of 8 of the best new restaurants in Louisville for 2014. Here’s a quick overview: Grind Burger Kitchen: Preston Highway.┬áBegan as a food truck, Grind serves, what else?, burgers. […]


Louisville Neighborhoods: Anchorage

Next up in our in depth Louisville neighborhood series is the beautiful community of Anchorage. We’ll give you some “at a glance” details about this great part of Louisville, and if you’re interested in checking out some listings in Anchorage, simple click here to learn more about what’s currently available […]


Do 502

Whether you’re relocating to Louisville from another city or you’re a Louisville native through and through, you should know that Louisville, Kentucky has a lot to offer. There’s a new(ish) site that has sprung up that we thought would be a good one to share to our readers: Do502. The […]


Ohio River Bridges Project

The Ohio River Bridges Project is one of Louisville’s (and really, the country’s) largest and most ambitious public works and transportation project; it was designated by Congress as one of 13 projects of national importance. In addition to the two major bridges, the project involves 100+ highway bridges, a 1,700-ft […]