FREE New Years Eve Fun in the Bay Area

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2014 has been an amazing year in the Bay Area.  In sports, the Giants won the World Series and the 49ers lost Jim Harbaugh.

The California drought had Bay Area home owners letting their lush green lawns go brown.  It soon became source of pride and sign of community spirit. We were among the most water conserving communities in California.

Despite the lack of curb appeal, the housing market was bustling. Multiple over-list offers and very quick sales became the common thing, and no wonder.  2014 ushered in a rebounding bay area job market and there were plenty of newly employed ready to buy a home.

It’s been a year of highs and lows, and through it all it’s been my pleasure to present fun free activities for my readers to enjoy throughout 2014,  and it will be my pleasure continue on throughout 2015.  Now, let’s find a few fun FREE ways to spend your pre and apres New Year’s Eve.

TUESDAY DECEMBER 30th
Annual Bird Walk: Bird counting for the Audubon Society

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 31st
Westfield 3D Spectacular: Last Night
FREE New Year’s Eve Bar Hoping Bus in Oakland
New Year’s Eve Art Party

FIREWORKS OVER THE BAY!!

THURSDAY JANUARY 1ST 2015
Pacific Ocean Plunge at Ocean Beach

Have a happy, and safe, New Year’s Eve. I wish you and yours all the best in 2015,

And a reminder: if you’re thinking about selling your home in the new year, mortgage rates are low, and buyers abound!
If you’re interested in hiring an agent like me to help you through the process, give me a call at 510-527-0174 ,  I’m never too busy to take care of you or to handle your referrals. 

You’ll be glad you called.

Please check me out on facebook, linkedIn or see my online presence. I have two sites I made just for you.

If you’re a BUYER go to That House Detective
If you’re a SELLER go to What’s Next Homes.
If you’re interested in HIGH WALK SCORE HOMES click HERE.

Whatever your real estate need, I’m happy to help!

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Chris Neddersen,
Broker Associate
CalBRE R01143189
Coldwell Banker in Berkeley