In cold weather many buyers stay home in the warm. But this is great weather to look for homes and get an advantage over those who don't venture out. But you need a realtor who is not afraid of the cold.
Thursday is hiking day, well every day is hiking day. But Thursdays the Appalachian Mountain Club hosts a hike at Valley Forge Park, 6-7 miles. When I got up this morning, although it was blue skies, the temperature was zero degrees Fahrenheit. I was having second thoughts
I decided to go hiking anyway. So dressed in several layers, put some warmers in my gloves and as I headed out, added one more layer and a second scarf to cover my face. Stepping outside the cold made me gasp.
Well, it wasn't bad once we got going. Although my photo below I look pretty cold and my hands were. But out of the wind it was a very nice morning and four of us, including me, hiked together along the trails and had a good time.
Made me wonder if it was this bitter when the continental army was camped here. Maybe they used layers, but I know the stories are that many were barefoot, cannot imagine that in this weather.
I am sure they would have plenty of fires burning throughout the camps but still their clothes are not like ours today.
Whilst it is cold, it is a good time to look for a home in Tredyffrin Easttown or anywhere along the Main Line. Whilst inventory is low, many buyers are not venturing out in the cold weather, but it is a great time to look when others are not. So give me a call, you can see the weather doesn't faze me. Call Nick Vandekar, Selling the Main Line, with Long & Foster Real Estate Inc., office 610-225-7400, cell or text 610-203-4543, Nick@VandekarTeam.com, www.SellingTheMainLine.com.