The tables are turning in the North Bay real estate world. Recently I have witnessed a significant increase in the number of price reduction while perusing the Marin County MLS
for my home buyer and seller clients. With this in mind, I decided to take a quick look back to see exactly how many price reductions there have been since the begining of October, 2007.
Month to date, there have been a total of 377 homes that have had price reductions
and only 282 new properties that have come on the market. What does this all mean?
Seller Expectations + Market Realities
The market has transitioned and sellers need to understand the importance of pricing their home properly from the beginning.
A property will garner the most interest and traffic (from both buyers and agents) during the first few weeks the home is on the market. ...
Finding the right preschool for your kids in Marin County can be a time-consuming and laborious process. Fortunately, help is on the way for Marin County residents interested in learning about a number of schools and preschool programs in one central location.
The Marin Child Care Council will be hosting a Marin Preschool Fair on Wednesday, November 7, 2007. During this event, parents and children will have an opportunity to learn about preschool programs available in Marin from 38 different preschools.
If you would like to attend this one-stop shopping event to explore your Marin preschool options, event and venue details are as follows:
WHEN: Wednesday, November 7, 2007
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Recently I was interviewed for a piece on mid-century modern homes, and I’m excited to say that you can find the article in the October issue of Alaska Airlines Magazine and Horizons Air Magazine. The article, titled Retro Renaissance – The mid-century modern home is back in style, gives a brief, but comprehensive overview of the modern movement and discusses communities that feature these very special homes, including some of those found here in Marin County.
This article has a little something for everyone. For newcomers to modern movement it provides information on some of the basic features found in mid-century homes including Eichlers, Rummers, Alexanders and Cliff Mays. For those of us who are a little more knowledgeable, there is a nice discussion of why these homes are so popular. If you are interested in a reprint of the piece you may be able to order a copy through the Alaska Airlines ...