Labor Day and a fresh Start

By
Real Estate Agent with Real Estate Professionals of Glynn

Well Labor Day is upon us and many areas of the country will see a further decrease in the market for afterall the "Season" is over.  So would someone please help me understand what the season is?  Selling is selling!  Meaning at least to me that you have a product that is available and you simply want to find someone who wants it.  Sure there are times when there are more potential buyers but just because the season is ending doesn't mean we should work any less harder.  No, in fact we need to redouble our effrts since the target becomes smaller. 

So if you are like the millions of Americans who will be traveling this Labor Day in an effort to get one last breath of fresh air.  Go for it but return to the fight in a few days with a new focus and energy directed at keeping yourself and your products out front and center for all to see.

Comments (4)

Chris Gempeler
Breckenridge Mountain Top Realtors - Breckenridge, CO
Mountain Top Realtors
Winter time is just as big as summer time in this ski town market.  We sell more condos in the winter and more single family houses in the summer.  Never lose focus!
Aug 30, 2007 02:42 AM
No Longer Active
Real Estate - Fallon, MT
Labor Day marks the start of the fall market.... Summertime mode means vacation and relaxation but next weeks it's back to business.
Aug 30, 2007 03:10 AM
Susan Trombley
Trombley Real Estate - Wake Forest, NC
Broker/Realtor, Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Youngs
I am looking for at least one of the three days to have off. I just have not decided which one.
Aug 30, 2007 03:14 AM
Jennifer Monroe
Savvy + Company Real Estate - Charlotte, NC
Real Estate REALTOR®/Broker in Beautiful Charlotte
We typically see people getting back to business and back in the market for a few months before Thanksgiving. So I'm gearing up!
Aug 30, 2007 03:16 AM

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