Real Estate Agent with Joy Daniels Real Estate Group, Ltd.
Question: How Can You Have a Safe & Fun Fall Season?
Right now, we’re enjoying the cooler weather, and many of us have begun to decorate our homes for the fall. Have you been wondering what fall festivities will look like in Central Pennsylvania this year? Halloween parties, trick-or-treating, hayrides, corn mazes, and the rest will look very different due to COVID-19. But there is good news: Many fun fall events haven’t been canceled, but rather altered to keep your safety in mind. For a list of safe, fun fall activities to take part in this year, watch our latest video.
Here are fantastic ideas for some fall fun that will keep you and yours safe this season.
While many Halloween parades and fall festivities throughout Central Pennsylvania have been postponed or canceled, there is some good news: In many locations, trick-or-treating and other events have only been moderately altered.
If your Halloween events of years past can’t be properly socially distanced, consider these lower-risk activities as safe alternatives:
Carve or decorate pumpkins outside at a safe distance with neighbors and friends
Decorate your house, apartment, or living space
Put on a Halloween scavenger hunt
Host a virtual Halloween costume contest
Have a Halloween movie night at home
Click here for a list of countywide events happening this year.
As we begin to plan for fall and winter holiday celebrations, the CDC offers valuable information to help protect individuals, their families, friends, and communities from COVID-19.
Over the course of 2020, you’ve likely spent more time in your home than in previous years, and perhaps now you’re thinking about moving. Whether for work, relaxation, or play, we have all found a need for space within our homes. If you’re a homeowner thinking about moving, now is an excellent time to sell. Inventory and interest rates are historically low at the moment.
While the leaves are falling, home sales are rising. Our team committed early on to make sure that our buyers and sellers understand the real estate process and trust in our ability to guide them as they buy or sell a home, even during the shutdown.
If you have any questions about how COVID-19 has affected real estate, or if you’re interested in learning more about the buying and selling process, please reach out to us. We’d be glad to help you.