Anita has been a Realtor® since 2006. Born and raised in Michigan, she came South in 1982 and has called Clover, South Carolina home for the past 24 years. She has been married to Ro, a Vietnam Veteran for 23 years. Thank you Ro for your service to our Country!
Anita has built her career in a variety of fields. Not only is she a successful Realtor®, she also wears the hat of MOM, accountant, and is a SC Certified Journeyman Beekeeper! Her hobbies include reading, historical research, archaeological digs, travelling and beekeeping. Thats right! Archaeological Digs! Anita graduated from the University of SC in 2015 with a BA in Anthropology/Archaeology!
Welcome Anita Lehew! So glad you came to be apart of the Homeland Family!
We love us some weather and atmospheric talk here at Homeland Realty Group. There is a great 30 minute exhibit being shown tomorrow (February 2nd, 2019 3:30pm-4:10pm) in the planetarium of The Museum...
We love us some weather and atmospheric talk here at Homeland Realty Group. There is a great 30 minute exhibit being shown tomorrow (February 2nd, 2019 3:30pm-4:10pm) in the planetarium of The Museum of York County that details the voyage through time and space conveys, through an arresting combinations of sights and sounds, the Universe revealed to us by science.
Shut Up. Eeeek! (This excites us star-gazing nerds to no end!)
This is suitable for all ages so if you are looking for something to take the kiddos to, this would be great! For more information, click the link below for specific details! Have fun!!
The guys at The Sylvia Theater are doing a great job bringing bigger-named artists to York, great movies and they host special events like Christmas in Dixie every year. Visit their website to see just what all they have to offer!
Anyone that has been by Homeland Realty Group's office has met Bella. My Chocolate Lab. My spoiled Chocolate Lab. From her morning treat of Bojangles fries to her mid-day Oreo snack,...
Anyone that has been by Homeland Realty Group's office has met Bella. My Chocolate Lab. My spoiled Chocolate Lab. From her morning treat of Bojangles fries to her mid-day Oreo snack, the girl is rotten. Judge me. I don't care. :o) I could not image her being out in this cold for any extended period of time. Which prompted me to share this reminder about all our beloved fur-babies over the next few days:
The first rule of thumb, if it is to cold for you it is to cold for them, period. Bring them in. Ok, I know, sometimes they just can't stay inside.... your house, that is. For the love, please make sure they have shelter. Warm, dry, draft-free shelters, raised off the ground to prevent moisture runoff and dampness getting inside, that is large enough to allow them to move comfortably, but small enough to hold in body heat; the doorway should be covered with waterproof burlap or heavy plastic and the floor covered with cedar shavings or straw.
Some people genuinely don’t know the risk that cold weather poses to their pets or livestock. Enlighten them. If they respond poorly or continue to neglect their animals, report them. Did you know animal neglect is considered a misdemeanor crime in all 50 states and Washington, D.C?
For more information on how to protect not only your cats and dogs but other animals, I encourage you to visit