November 11th is the day we as Americans celebrate and honor the sacrifice of all U.S. Veterans. This isn’t one of those holidays created by Hallmark. It isn’t one of those holidays to give bankers a day off. It is a official day for all of us to say, “Thank You” to a veteran. Let’s carry the tradition one step further and say “Thank You” to the active-duty soldiers too! And remember, those “thank-yous” aren’t confined to November 11th, they are deserved and appreciated every day!
But why November 11th? Back in 1918, on the eleventh minute of the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, an armistice, or treaty of sorts, was signed to end hostilities in what we now call World War I. It was called the Great War back then because no one was planning a sequel at the time.
Here is an interesting link to the history of this all-important day:
Many are not fully aware of the differences between Veteran’s Day and Memorial Day. Here is another link of interest:
These are official days set aside to honor, celebrate, and remember. But there is nothing at all wrong with doing that every day. So, to all the Veterans out there, Thank you, Sir! (or Ma’am)
There are many soldiers that have returned, or will be returning from deployment. Please do not forget that the Homebuyer Tax Credits of $8,000 and $6,500 are extended for certain members of the US Military. Click here for all of the information on eligibility.
Veterans can also purchase a home with ZERO money out of pocket and take advantage of today’s incredible fixed interest rates. And we at Ole South, www.OleSouth.com, have a new home waiting for you in Nashville, Smyrna, Murfreesboro, or Spring Hill…and coming very soon to Clarksville! (OOPS..more on that later!)
Trey Lewis is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Tennessee with Ole South Realty, 615.896.0019 direct 615.593.6340. Specializing in new home sales in the Greater Nashville area to include Nashville, Murfreesboro, Smyrna, and Spring Hill, Tennessee.
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