fall: Should I just wait till Sprimg? - 09/16/19 05:47 AM
This time of year in Real Estate tends to be a bit slower than in the Spring for sales. However, we have sold homes in every calendar month. In fact, about 60% of our home sales have been in the last 6 months of the year.
So, are there negatives about placing our home on the market this late in the year? Well, if your home is show ready and priced right, it will sell, no matter the time of year. In the slower months it might take a bit longer to sell, but sell it will!
By not selling in the midst … (2 comments)

fall: And Bam! It's Fall! - 10/12/18 04:55 AM
Brrr. Yesterday it was 80 degrees and this morning it was 50. Everyone keeps saying that fall is coming, but I thought maybe we could just ease into it for a while. But no, its like someone flipped a switch last night and here we are.
In the Atlanta area we usually get cooler temps (Under 90) earlier in the year. This year Summer just refused to let go. But now with the cooler temps finally here, bugs mostly gone, and Apple Fests in full swing, I welcome Fall with open arms.
I wonder if we can convince Winter to just go elsewhere … (4 comments)

fall: How many? - 11/04/13 09:49 PM

By my calculations, 174,000 per day. Is this how many people change lanes around here without the benefit of a turn signal? Nope, but close. How about the number of times I think about the dwindling amount of fresh apple cider in my fridge? Nope, but again close. This number is what I came up with yesterday while watching the leaves fall in my backyard.
There were always about 10 in the air at all times. They take about 4-5 seconds to fall. You can do the match. And this was just what I could see from my window.
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