Did you, like me, spend the weekend in a football coma?
Sure, there was work to be done. Even during the holidays, when you’re a realtor, there’s no down time for us.
Home buyers, for various reasons, need to find homes no matter what the season. They need to establish or update a search profile and/or take home tours.
Buyers want advice about a property they’re thinking of selling, or want an update on their current home value.
Call me if you’d like and of these things yourself.
There’s also my own need to continually update my database to make sure my clients old and new are receiving what they need.
But in the mean time, there was a ton of football to watch.
Unfortunately, watching football and working on real estate are–generally–seated activities. These sedentary pursuits, added to the Thanksgiving feast, the office parties, and the gatherings of friends–in which rich, delicious food is always plentiful–and you’ve got the perfect recipe for adding a few more pounds to the pot (belly).
So what to do? I decided to devote today’s list of activities to those that help us get off the couch and out of the house, so here goes. We’ll start slow:
TUESDAY DECEMBER 1ST
See the world tallest tree lit up in SF
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2ND
Go ice skating in Union Square
THURSDAY DECEMBER 3RD
Go dancing in Berkeley
FRIDAY DECEMBER 4TH
Head to Jack London Square for a bevy of seasonal activities
SATURDAY DECEMBER 5TH
Stroll around block fulls of art in Oakland
SUNDAY DECEMBER 6TH
Have a snowball fight in Berkeley
If you’d like to use your holiday time off to begin the process of selling or buying a home, give me a call. I’m easy to contact. As so many of us do, I carry my office with me wherever I go, so phone 510-527-0174. and you’ll probably reach me. I’m never too busy to take care of you– or your referrals–and I’ll make sure you’re glad you called.
If you want to get a feel for what’s going on in the East Bay Real Estate market check out my My New Site to discover homes on the market–neighborhood by neighborhood–almost as soon as they’re posted on the MLS!
Whatever your real estate need, I’m happy to help!
Coldwell Banker in Berkeley