"There is a harmony in autumn, and a luster in its sky, which through the summer is not heard or seen." ...Percy Bysshe Shelley
I am definitely not the only one whose favorite season of the year is autumn.
Buyers and sellers can use these autumn days to finalize their year-end real estate goals.
There is still time for buyers to get into contract and close in time to enjoy the December holidays in their new home and avoid the January competitiveness.
A seller who chooses to sell now will avoid the extra competition of many new listings that we typically see crop up by the latter part of January.
When I'm not helping buyers or sellers with their year-end real estate needs, my thoughts stray to hiking trails, especially those at the Pinnacles National Park, located in a remote area of north-central California. a 3-hour drive from San Francisco (if you leave early and avoid traffic.) If you click on the link above, you'll see some of the reasons why I'll be hiking there one day this week.
When I'm out hiking for a day, my mind has time to clear itself of minutia and stress. Some of my best "ah-ha" moments, thoughts about innovative ways to market a property, or how to make a buyer's offer stand out from among others come while walking.
When I take a day off, I return refreshed, re-invigorated, and eager to help sellers and buyers in San Francisco and San Mateo County realize their goals.