Hot Springs On The GO!
While, admittedly, the process can be a little stressful, there are few things more exciting than buying a new house. A fresh start, finding a place for every last thing, decorating and meeting new neighbors are all a part of this life-changing purchase.
This month we are turning our attention to homes and real estate in Hot Springs. One exciting development is a new equestrian-focused neighborhood that will feature ranch-style homes on about 20 acres of land. This development by Malt Realty is still in the works, but the concept alone is great news for horse lovers.
We should be extremely proud of one of Hot Springs' own, Chris Polychron, who will become the president of the National—yes, National— Association of Realtors. In this issue, we'll profile the first president of the association from Arkansas.
In our “Meet the Neighbors” feature, we interviewed families living in different areas of Hot Springs—all agreeing it's a unique, wonderful place to live.
Speaking of hearth and home, my husband and I have begun to do some rearranging in our own house as we prepare for the arrival of our first child. After some precious months at home in Little Rock with our baby boy, I will be returning to work there to be closer to my family. Consequently, September will be my last month as executive editor of both the Hot Springs Sentinel-Record and Hot Springs On the Go! It's a bittersweet thing, as I have loved working in Hot Springs for the past year, but I'm excited for the adventure of motherhood that awaits. In my first letter from the editor in this magazine, I told readers that Hot Springs is my “happy place,” and that still rings true. But now, I also consider it to be my second home. Thank you for having me.