Does baseball have anything to do with the home buying season?
Just read BLiz's soon to be Featured Active Rain Blog-Even though I don't gamble I'm going to call this one before the Active Rain Staff gets to it Are You Ready To Step Into The Batter's Box? . I can't re-blog so I have to write another blog about it.
I really like BLiz's analogy in their blog. They said " Well a good REALTOR® is much like that baseball hitter, except we NEVER have an offseason! We step into the batter's box EVERY day. We're continually watching the market, learning new skills, seeing what the competition is doing and making those minute adjustments that are the difference between that strike out and the home run that gets your home SOLD!.
But as soon as I finished reading their blog I started thinking. Major League Baseball regular season starts around March the same month as spring. And we all know that in spring home buying season starts to heat up like Miami Heat NBA Superstar Lebron James getting his groove back like Stella in the 4th quarter and winning the game for his team after going three quarters cold. (WE ARE NOT GOING TO INCLUDE YESTERDAY'S BOSTON LOST-LOL). But the Major League Baseball season ends around October which is around the time home buying activity decreases.
We all know that usually when the economy is in good condition,the housing market is performing well in most areas. So does baseball have an effect on the Real Estate Market? Maybe the Washington Nationals will finally have a winning season this year since Washington DC Real Estate Market is one of the best Real Estate Markets at the moment. People are still buying houses for sale in Baltimore Md as well. So if any one of players for the Baltimore Orioles is looking to buy a Baltimore City County for sale in Brooklyn Park or Baltimore County house for sale,I know some competent and knowledgeable real estate professionals who I can refer you too.