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7 Things to Know Before Moving to Rochester, NY

August 7th, 2023
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Rochester is a beautiful and charming city based in Upstate New York. It’s a destination steeped in culture featuring museums, art galleries, performance arts, jazz music, and education, and is known as the “birthplace of amateur photography.” Rochester is also fondly known as the city of flowers because it’s home to magnificently beautiful lilac flowers, with the first bush planted in the 1890s. Today, Rochester also celebrates the much-anticipated annual Lilac Festival.

If you’re looking to move, today’s article discusses some things to know before relocating to Rochester, New York.

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What You Need to Know About Buying a Home in Rochester, NY

July 18th, 2023
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Urbanization has led to increased interest in purchasing homes. While finding the right house, you should know that the process takes time and involves a lot of decisions. First, you’ll need to work with your lender to know the mortgage you qualify for. You should find a reputable real estate agent to help you choose a house matching your mortgage requirements.

Even after selecting a suitable home for your family, a home inspector’s help is necessary as they’ll check for underlying problems that might make the house unlivable. To help you better navigate the homeownership journey in Rochester, here are essential tips you should know.

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4 Reasons to Consider Taking a Walk Around Rochester With Your Partner

July 5th, 2023
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Did you know that, on average, Americans argue about 19 times a month? If the stress of life and work is starting to take a toll on your relationship, consider grabbing your partner and taking a relaxing walk around Rochester, New York to bond and reconnect outdoors. The city provides beautiful historical and natural walking paths, as well as one-of-a-kind experiences, and this list will provide you with unique ideas of where to walk and what to see in the city. Make sure you wear comfy shoes!

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4 Reasons to Volunteer at a Community Garden in Rochester

June 30th, 2023
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Community gardens offer an amazing opportunity to spend time outdoors and benefit from getting some vitamin D. They’re also amazing because they serve the whole community. That said, volunteering at a community garden in Rochester can be beneficial to not just you, but to the whole community as a whole. Here are four other reasons why it’s a great idea for you to volunteer at a community garden as you’re going to reap a number of benefits.

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9 Tips for People With Disabilities Exploring Rochester, NY

June 30th, 2023
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Rochester, New York, is a beautiful city with a very rich cultural heritage and many interesting and fun attractions. Exploring a new city can be challenging, though, especially for individuals with disabilities.

To create a better experience for people with disabilities when they are visiting Rochester, check out the tips for people with disabilities exploring Rochester, NY below.

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Moving to Rochester? Here’s What You Should Know

June 13th, 2023
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Are you considering a move to Rochester, New York? With its rich history, vibrant arts scene, and close-knit community, Rochester offers a unique and welcoming environment for residents. Before you pack your bags, here’s what you should know about this charming city.

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6 Tips for Starting Your Own Flower Garden in Rochester

May 1st, 2023
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So, you’ve decided to start your own flower garden in Rochester? That’s a fantastic idea! Flower gardening is a rewarding and fulfilling hobby that brings beauty and joy to any space. In this guide, you’ll learn a lot of useful tips and tricks to help you create the perfect flower garden for your home that you’ll be able to enjoy for many seasons to come!

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How Do I Find Great Floral Shops After Moving to Rochester?

April 26th, 2023
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So you’ve recently moved to Rochester, and you’re working on settling in. It’s an exciting time filled with new experiences and opportunities. Considering that 40.2% of all movers relocated less than 50 miles from their old house to their new one, you’re not alone in wanting to explore your new surroundings. One of the things you might be wondering is how to find great floral shops in your new city. Look no further! We’ve got you covered with helpful tips and insights to make your search for the perfect florist a breeze.

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4 Ways Getting Outdoors in Rochester Helps Depression

March 13th, 2023
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Being outdoors has been known to be beneficial to both mental and physical health in a number of ways. This is why it’s a great idea to get outdoors in Rochester whenever you have the chance to do so, as it can help with mental health issues such as depression. From strolling to a nearby park to heading to the beach on a day when you’re free, there are many avenues to get outdoors if you want to do it. Read on to see exactly how you can benefit from being outdoors so you can get motivated to actually do it.

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What Happens If My Teenager Is Caught Shoplifting in Rochester and How Can I Stop It?

February 22nd, 2023
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You’ve just returned from lunch break and are informed that the police caught your teenager shoplifting at a mall in Rochester. Yet, this is not atypical. According to the National Crime Prevention Council, 24% of shoplifters are teens ages 13 to 17. Your heart pumps a little harder. Will they get arrested? How can you prevent such behavior in the future?

What happens if your teenager is caught shoplifting in Rochester? If your teenager is caught shoplifting in Rochester, there’ll be consequences that vary in severity. Here are the four most probable scenarios.

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7 Tips for Taking Your Dog on a Walk Around Rochester

February 2nd, 2023
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Walking your dog is a great way to bond with your furry friend and get some exercise at the same time. Whether you’re a seasoned dog walker or just starting out, here are seven tips to make the most of your walks around Rochester.

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Why You Should Forgo Driving and Start Walking in Rochester, NY

December 5th, 2022
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Rochester is one of the most beautiful cities in New York, offering views of stunning natural scenery and a thriving downtown. However, it is also one of the most congested cities in the US, making driving a headache for residents and visitors alike. Fortunately, there are plenty of reasons to leave your car behind and start walking instead. From mental health benefits to reduced carbon footprint, Rochester’s sidewalks offer many advantages that cars don’t.

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5 Things You Need to Do Before You Can Sell Your Home in Rochester

November 29th, 2022
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Thinking about selling your home in Rochester? Doing so can be an excellent decision, especially if it’s a place you seldom use and are tired of the upkeep that comes with it. In order to maximize your sales profits and ensure a smooth transition of real estate, there are five things to do first.

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How to Prepare for Your Western New York Wedding

September 16th, 2022
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By Melissa Brewer

A wedding is one of the life events that most people want to plan for in order to execute perfectly. If you have a wedding in western New York that you need to plan for, read on. Outlined are some helpful tips that could make it easier for you to plan for it, giving it a good chance of making a lasting impression.

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How to Finance A New Million Dollar Smile Here in Rochester

August 30th, 2022
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By Sammi Cohen

Everyone values a bright smile. Of course, there is a large majority of people that were not born with a smile they feel confident in. Luckily, there are plenty of treatment options available that can give you that million-dollar smile that you feel proud of. However, if you live in the city, you may notice an influx of providers. It can be difficult to find a dentist that meets all of your needs. Use these tips when searching for a new dentist in Rochester!

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Tips for Car Care in Rochester

July 8th, 2022
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By Julia Clarkson

Since a car is an expensive investment, it’s important to take the best care of it that you possibly can. Here are tips to help you do this and get the best service out of your car in Rochester for a good part of its lifespan.

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Ways Rochester Is Recovering From COVID-19

June 6th, 2022
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By Samson Weinberg

Covid-19 has become a nightmare, affecting society in different ways. Rochester has not been any different, with Covid-19 bringing its social, economic, and political fabric to its knees. These effects have called for concerted measures to help the region get back on track. The following are a few insights into how Rochester is recovering from Covid-19.

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5 Tips For Your Next Rochester Home Improvement

May 6th, 2022
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By Mitch Ferguson

If you’re planning on doing a home improvement, it’s important to pick the right one and know how to go about doing it so you get great results. Use these five tips to guide you on your next Rochester home improvement.

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Why Maintaining Your Car in Rochester Is So Important

April 7th, 2022
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By Melissa Brewer

You may be thinking about skipping out on that oil change or getting those brakes checked, but you should not. You should never skip out on your scheduled car maintenance in Rochester. The fact is, having reliable transportation in Rochester is a must, and skipping out on maintenance puts that reliability at risk. All the vehicles in the United States, including Rochester, travel trillions, yes trillions of miles, every single month. The reliability of your vehicle to take you the miles you need to go is directly related to how well you maintain your vehicle.

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Why You Should Find a Private School in Rochester

March 31st, 2022
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By Mitch Ferguson

There are many reasons to choose a private school in Rochester for your children. Rochester has many private schools for elementary school children aged Pre-K to 12 years old. Many schools have middle school and high school curriculums for older students. Some of the schools are college prep schools, independent, or associated with a church or religious group.

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