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Respected Black Hills Real Estate Company Set to Move to a New Home

The Real Estate Center of Lead-Deadwood, a respected Black Hills real estate company, has recently announced that they’ll be moving to a new home either by the latter part of summer or in the beginning fall this year. The company will be making the move from 376 Main Street to 11 Charles Street, where they can serve clients better with more space and easier access. Popularly known in the city as the former location of the local Pizza Hut joint, 11 Charles Street underwent a complete renovation to transform its building into an efficient facility that suits the premier real estate brokerage firm. Needed repairs were made and the interior was fully updated to showcase a professional yet warm ambiance that clients always feel whenever they visit the company to inquire about available Black Hills real estate for sale.
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Up North: Black Hills Real Estate Agency on the Perks of Rural Living

Up North: Black Hills Real Estate Agency on the Perks of Rural Living | The Real Estate Center of Lead-Deadwood | Scoop.it
If you’re concerned about genetically modified organisms (GMO), pesticides, and nutrient-depleted produce, moving to a rural region might offer a reprieve. You’ll find many farms and famers markets there that sell organic crops that will make you and your family healthier. Better yet, start a garden patch of your own—you now have the space for it! Enjoy Nature When urbanites want to see nature, they often have two options: head to the nearest park or take an out-of-town trip. In rural areas, though, the wilderness is literally your backyard. There are also many outdoor attractions to enjoy close to Black Hills, like the Badlands National Park, the Devil’s Tower National Monument, and the ever-popular Mount Rushmore.
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