Things to Do Around Livermore Valley This Month!

guitarAre you feeling bored now that the hustle and bustle of the holidays is over? Have no fear! As your Livermore Valley real estate agent, I’ve done some research and collected information on a few upcoming events in the Livermore Valley area. No matter what time of year it is, there is never a dull moment here in Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton, CA! It’s one of the many qualities that make this area an excellent place to call home.

Read up on these upcoming events and mark them in your calendar if they sound appealing:

  • Saturday, join Livermore Ballet School for A Night of Dancing! This is a fundraiser in honor of Delaney Newton, a two-year-old battling her way through brain cancer. The $50 tickets will include hors’ d’eourves, dinner, non-alcoholic refreshments, dancing, a DJ and so much more. A cash bar will be available. The silent auction and raffles have some great giveaways!
  • Do you have off work for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day? Celebrate your three-day weekend at one of Livermore Valley’s finest wineries! McGrail Vineyards and Winery in Livermore will be open from noon to 4:30 p.m. Stop by and taste a lineup of five wines for $10. Or, stop by Garre’s Vineyard & Winery in Livermore between 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. They’ll have wine tasting for $5!
  • International Guitar Night takes place at the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 7:30 p.m. This concert will feature Brian Gore, who for nearly two decades has been uniting some of the world’s best acoustic guitarist in one collaborative event. This year, Gore is collaborating with guitarists from Italy, England and Argentina, bringing sounds from all over the world together on one stage! Purchase your tickets so you don’t miss out.
  • Beginning this Wednesday, Jan. 22, and running through Feb. 22, stop by the Firehouse Arts Museum in Pleasanton, CA for Just Add Water & Black on White. This features two separate art exhibits. One contains a colorful display of watercolor works from Bay Area painters. The other contains works in black and white, so the collections are as different as night and day! An opening reception will take place Jan. 22 from 7 to 9 p.m.

Enjoy yourself for the remainder of January here in Livermore Valley. If you’re thinking about buying a Livermore Valley home, or selling your Livermore Valley home, now is the time to do it! Conditions are excellent! Contact me, your Livermore Valley real estate agent, for more information, or to get started on the home-buying or home-selling process.

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5 New Year’s Eve Events in Livermore Valley!

NYEAs your Livermore Valley real estate agent, I hope you had a fabulous time celebrating whichever holiday you celebrate. Now, it’s time to bid farewell to 2013 and celebrate the beginning of 2014!

Will you be home watching the ball drop, gathered with friends, or out at a local venue? If you’d prefer to be out and about for the New Year, there are plenty of events and activities going on around Livermore Valley. Here’s a collection of events you can attend!

1.  Every year, the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center hosts a New Year’s Eve Celebration at the Bankhead Theater on Dec. 31. This year, the celebration will feature modern master of the slide guitar Roy Rogers, along with his band The Delta Rhythm Kings! The event will begin at 8 p.m. and will include a complimentary champagne and dessert reception after the performance. Tickets cost $60. Or, you could purchase the “Sparkling New Year’s Eve Package” for two, which includes performance tickets, a four-course dinner at Sanctuary Ultra Lounge, cocktails, an overnight stay and more.

2.  Enjoy slices of organic pizza for $1 per slice at New Leaf Deli in Pleasanton! Their made-from-scratch cheese pizza features organic ingredients, including original marinara sauce and dough made fresh in the deli. They have been offering $1 slices each Tuesday night in December, and New Year’s Eve is the last Tuesday evening to take advantage! This deal runs from 3 to 7 p.m., limit two slices per person.

3.  Handles Gastropub in Pleasanton is hosting a New Year’s Eve Party, beginning at 6 p.m. It includes a prix fixe menu, music in the public house with DJ Scott LaRock until 1 a.m., and a champagne toast at midnight. Admission costs $10, or it’s free if you join them for the prix fixe menu.

4.  First Presbyterian Church in Livermore hosts an annual New Year’s Eve Labyrinth Walk on Dec. 31. Between 8 p.m. and midnight, you can stop by to walk the courtyard labyrinth by the light of the Christmas Eve luminaries. There will also be a labyrinth inside, lit up by candles and surrounded by music. This is a great way to say goodbye to the old year and welcome in the new year!

5.  Bring in 2014 with lots of dancing at Temptation 2014: The Biggest Bollywood New Year’s Party in San Ramon! The celebration will take place at Canyon View from 8 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. It includes stand-up comedy, a comedy skit with dance performances, a DJ, a dinner buffet, kids’ entertainment, professional photographers,  a midnight ball drop and much more.

When you’re ready to buy a Livermore Valley home or sell your Livermore Valley home in the new year, contact me, your Livermore Valley real estate agent! We can make it happen!

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How to Prepare Now For the Livermore Valley Home-Buying Process In 2014

laptop_work_browsingThe year is quickly coming to a close, with the holidays arriving next week and the New Year beginning the week after! Chances are you are going to cozy up with friends and family and celebrate this festive season. But come 2014, it’ll be a great time to buy a Livermore Valley home!

As your Livermore Valley real estate agent, I want to share how you can prepare for the home-buying process next year. There are plenty of steps you could take right now to ensure a smooth home purchase next year. Here’s a few:

  • Save up for a down payment. Rather than spend every last penny on holiday gifts, cut back this year. Do a grab bag or a secret Santa, where each person only buys for one other person. Or, decide that your gift this year will be buying a Livermore Valley home! That’ll be a great incentive to eat at home more often, brew your own coffee, watch old movies, take walks and find free events around Livermore Valley. The more money you save to put down on a house, the better mortgage rate you’ll receive!
  • Improve your credit score. Your credit score is the other half of the puzzle in receiving a mortgage loan. The higher your score, the better your chances are at getting accepted for a mortgage. Order a credit report now and check it for errors. If there are any, work toward fixing them. Pay down your credit card debt. Use the cards minimally and try to pay them off each month. Don’t open new cards or close existing cards. Don’t make any large purchases before buying your Livermore Valley home, and stay put in your current job.
  • Research the Livermore Valley real estate market. Now is a great time to see what homes are listing for and selling for in Livermore Valley, and how fast. This will give a good indication of how many Livermore Valley homebuyers are out shopping and what type of deals they’re getting. Because inventory is lower than usual, you have fewer options. However, this time of year, most Livermore Valley home sellers are looking for a quick sale, so you might have some negotiating power! It’s good to have an idea of what type of offers you’ll need to make ahead of time, so you’ll be prepared.
  • Find real estate professionals to work with. You’ll need a mortgage lender and you’ll need a real estate agent. I’ve got you covered on the agent end! As a Livermore Valley real estate agent, I have years of experience working here in Pleasanton, Livermore and Dublin. I can fill you in on the current state of the market and housing changes for the new year, and I can help you find homes in your price range and with the features you desire. I can point you in the right direction for other professionals that you’ll need to work with, too.

Contact me if you have any questions or when you’r ready to buy a Livermore Valley home. Have a wonderful holiday!

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7 Holiday Events This Weekend in Livermore Valley!

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What is your favorite Livermore Valley holiday event? As your Livermore Valley real estate agent, I like to know that Livermore Valley residents are enjoying all that our local towns have to offer this time of year! This weekend alone, there are tons of family-friendly events happening. I’ve put together a list here so all you have to do is jot down the ones that sound interesting and head out!

1.  Take a road trip to Mountain House for the 5th Annual Holiday Lights Contest! More than 50 Mountain House residents decorate their homes for the holidays and compete for the top prize. You can gather up the family and some hot chocolate and enjoy the sights! Then, vote for your favorite online between Dec. 13 and Dec. 20. One voter will win a gift card.

2.  Tonight, starting at 5:30 p.m., head to the Arroyo Seco Holiday Mini Mall for all of your holiday shopping! The school is decked out with local, original arts, crafts and gift ideas. From candles, purses, scarves and hair bows, to jewelry, sweets, memory books and clothing, you’re sure to find something for everyone on your list. There will also be a bake sale, coffee and raffles.

3.  Head to Danville, CA on Saturday for the 20th Annual Breakfast with Santa! From 8 a.m. to noon, enjoy pancakes or crepes, eggs, sausages and oranges. You’ll receive a complimentary photo with Santa, too! Also enjoy a bake sale, a craft boutique and children’s activities. Cost is $8 per person, ages three and under free.

4.  Beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Valley Children’s Museum in Dublin, CA is hosting their December Second Saturday event! Bring the kids by for snowmen and snowflake crafts, hot chocolate and light refreshments. The museum will also be collecting canned, non-perishable food items.

5.  Saturday evening, enjoy watching the holiday classic, Elf, on a 40-foot screen! This screen will be set up at the Amador Valley High School football field. Doors open at 5 p.m., when you can enjoy visiting with Santa, listening to Christmas carols and eating snacks from the snack bar. The movie will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $15 for adults, $10 for students and $5 for kids under age 10.

6.  Looking for some new holiday dishes to serve at your Christmas dinner this year? Head to Pans on Fire in Pleasanton, CA on Saturday at 5 p.m. for an English Yuletide Feast! You will learn how to roast a haunch of meat, make Yorkshire pudding, creamed horseradish sauce and a gingered pear tart with cider-bourbon sauce. Sunday, they have cookie baking and exchange. Call to register!

7.  A full-length production of the holiday classic, The Nutcracker, is coming to Bankhead Theater in Livermore, CA! Get your tickets now for performances on Dec. 14 and 15, and Dec. 21 and 22. School groups can get special tickets for Dec. 17. Support local dancers and get in the festive spirit while watching nutcrackers and sugar plum fairies.

As you Livermore Valley real estate agent, I hope you have a fun, festive weekend. When you’re ready to buy a Livermore Valley home or sell your Livermore Valley home, contact me!

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Upcoming Events in Livermore Valley Wine Country!

winebottleWho said that the holiday season meant stress and chaos? Here in Livermore Valley, the holiday season also means plenty of events, activities and discount specials at our local vineyards and wineries. While you can fight the crowds at the grocery store this weekend and the department stores on Black Friday, as your Livermore Valley real estate agent, I suggest enjoying some wine instead.

Take a moment to savor the moment, support local business and socialize with Livermore Valley neighbors. Here are a few events to mark in your calendar in the next couple of weeks:

  • Do you know what types of wines should be served with Thanksgiving dinner? Visit the new tasting room at Cuda Ridge Wines this Saturday or Sunday, Nov. 23 or 24, for Salute to Harvest! You’ll get to pair wines with “Thanksgiving on a Crostini” by Smokey Jim. This will include turkey, stuffing and gravy with homemade cranberry sauce on the side. Wine tastings include merlot, cabernet franc, sab sauv, malbec or petit verdot. Enjoy live music while you sip and sample. Tasting flights cost $10.
  • If you don’t have time to cook Thanksgiving dinner, but would still like to enjoy it, order a take-home dinner from Wente Vineyards! There meal generously feeds six and features traditional holiday dishes with simple finishing instructions to follow at home. You can pick up at the Event Center at Wente Vineyard the day before Thanksgiving, but you must reserve ahead of time! The meal costs $249.
  • What better way to celebrate Black Friday than with wine? Steer clear of the stores and instead head to Murrieta’s Well in Livermore, CA! From 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Friday through Sunday, you can enjoy their special Holiday Preview Weekend. Purchase gift baskets and enjoy seasonal cheer while indulging in handcrafted blends.

There are also open houses and/or sales happening the day after Thanksgiving at Thomas Coyne Winery, McGrail Vineyards and Winery, and Las Positas Vineyards.

The next big Livermore Valley Wine Country event, which encompasses all participating wineries, is Holidays in the Vineyards Dec. 7 and 8. Mark your calendar for this wonderful event, which is right around the corner!

On these two days, you’re encouraged to bring unwrapped toys or monetary donations to your favorite winery. All donations will be given to the Pleasanton-Livermore Fire Association’s Toys for Tots program after the event. On these two days, you can enjoy arts and craft vendors, special wines, festive activities, Santa visits, carolers and so much more. Full details are available here.

Enjoy yourself around Livermore Valley this holiday season, and don’t let yourself get too stressed out! If you’d like to buy a Livermore Valley home or sell your Livermore Valley home as a holiday gift this year, contact me! As your Livermore Valley real estate agent, my schedule always has time for my clients.

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Tips for a Cross-Country Move to Livermore Valley, CA!

Moving BoxesNow that a good portion of the country is getting cold and snowy, it’s a great time to move to Livermore Valley, CA! The sun always shines in our warm climate, and the winters are always bearable. As your Livermore Valley real estate agent, I’d like to help you out with your long-distance move.

Moving can always be tricky, even if it’s just across town. But a cross-country move adds some more stress and complications if not done right. MSN Real Estate shared seven tips for cross-country movers that could really help Livermore Valley homebuyers out! I’ve summarized them here:

  • Give yourself time. Don’t wait until you close on your current home to start thinking about the move. Last-minute moves will only make the home-buying process that much more stressful, not to mention you might be left with all of your belongings and nowhere to go if you don’t give yourself time. MSN Real Estate recommends beginning preparations eight weeks before your moving date. (Check out our Free Relocation Package for more help!)
  • Choose a moving method. You can drive all of your belongings into Livermore Valley on your own, you could rent a moving truck, or you could hire a professional moving company. Decipher how much stuff you have and what is the most probable, cost-effective method. If you go the professional route, start rounding up estimates and reading reviews for different companies. Contact me for suggestions!
  • Invest in durable boxes. When it comes to all of your most precious belongings, you don’t want to skimp on the durability and quality of your boxes. Make some calls or drive around and see where you can score some free boxes. Usually manufacturing plants have boxes, along with grocery stores, liquor stores, banks and so on.
  • Pack tight. In the next eight weeks, decide what you need to take and what you can get rid of. This is a great time to declutter and downsize your belongings, such as kitchen gadgets, old electronics, magazines, books and old clothes. What you don’t need can be sold online or in a yard sale, which will help pay for moving costs!
  • Organize papers. Papers are one of the easiest things to misplace during a move, but some of your most important documents are on paper. Organize all of your important paperwork, such as birth certificates, marriage certificates and insurance policies, and then pack them together in labeled folders. Consider taking these with you rather than packing in a box.
  • Take inventory. If you have your items shipped or moved with professionals, you want to make sure to write down what is in each box. Take photographs of your valuables, so you can prove what condition they were in if anything happens to them. Label your boxes so you know what’s in them and where they go in your new Livermore Valley home.

Through the entire home-buying process and moving process, be sure to remain calm as much as possible. Enjoy the experience! You’re accomplishing the American dream in sunny Livermore Valley, what isn’t there to love? When you need assistance, contact me, your Livermore Valley real estate agent!

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Upcoming Livermore Valley Wine Country Events

WineOne of the great bonuses of living in Livermore Valley is all of the vineyards and wineries right in your backyard! If you’re interested in buying a Livermore Valley home, and you enjoy wine, you should get to know local wines from the area. Luckily, there are plenty of events and activities to make that happen. As your Livermore Valley real estate agent, I’d like to fill you in!

Get your calendar out and start marking dates for the upcoming November events happening around Livermore Valley Wine Country:

  • This weekend, Nov. 2 and 3, head to Page Mill Winery in Livermore, CA for a Sparkling Release party! You’ll get to try their award-winning 2008 Blanc de Blanc. This is only their third release of this sparkling wine, so tastes are limited. Don’t miss out! This event costs $5.
  • McGrail Vineyards and Winery in Livermore helps break up the work week with Wine Wednesdays! Nov. 6, stop by between 5 and 8 p.m. to try five different wines for $10. If you love one, you can purchase a bottle to bring home with you.
  • Thursday, Nov. 7, go all out at Wente Vineyards in Livermore at their Winemaker’s Dinner! This costs $109 and reservations are required. You get a four-course meal paired with red wines from both bottle and barrel, and dessert presented by a Ghirardelli chocolate professional!
  • Thursday, Nov. 14 is all about the ladies. Gather your friends and head to Page Mill Winery in Livermore, CA for Ladies’ Night Out! From 6 to 9 p.m., enjoy sipping wine and shopping among local vendors. It’s a great opportunity for some early holiday shopping!
  • Want a succulent Thanksgiving dinner without any of the hassle? Order yours form Wente Vineyards for $249. You’ll get a meal for four with all the traditional dishes with simple finishing instructions. You can pick it up onsite the day before Thanksgiving, Nov. 27.
  • Get away from hectic shopping the day after Thanksgiving at McGrail Vineyards! On Friday, Nov. 29, enjoy “Grab Bag” Black Friday specials at the winery, two tasting flights and live music, all for $10. You’ll be much more relaxed than your fellow shoppers.

For more events and activities happening in November, head to the Livermore Valley Wine Country website.

If you don’t enjoy wine, don’t worry. You don’t have to be a wine enthusiast to live in Livermore Valley! There are plenty of local bars and pups, with craft beers and cocktails. Downtown Livermore always has plenty of festive activities for the whole family to partake in, as do the towns of Pleasanton and Dublin.

As your Livermore Valley real estate agent, I’ll continue to keep you updated on local events in the area. In the meantime, when you’re ready to buy a Livermore Valley home, contact me!

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Simple, Cheap Ways to Keep Your Livermore Valley Home Safe

keys in lockWith homeownership comes the responsibility of keeping you, your family and your home safe. Luckily, there are some very simple and affordable methods to doing so!

As your Livermore Valley real estate agent, I recommend making your home as safe and secure as possible. This is especially true when selling your Livermore Valley home. You never know if a potential homebuyer is actually a future burglar in disguise. (This is why it’s smart to only consider pre-qualified buyers! You know they’re serious about buying.)

To help you keep your home secure, here are some simple methods to use:

  • Install surveillance cameras outside of your house, by your front door. You don’t have to install a pricey security system that’ll cost you thousands. You can even turn webcams into security cameras! Or, find some old cameras from a thrift shop. Even if they don’t work, they might work to deter burglars.
  • Remove papers from your front yard. If you receive newspapers, or fliers, check your yard and doorstep often for these, and remove them. A burglar will sometimes plant a flier at your door, just to see how long it’ll stay there. If you’re on vacation, have a neighbor collect these for you.
  • Keep bushes and trees trimmed. This will prevent burglars from having anywhere to lurk and hide out in your yard. Try to keep large bushes and shrubs away from your windows. While this helps with home safety, it also helps with curb appeal when selling your Livermore Valley home!
  • Purchase timers for your lights. These are cheap contraptions that can let you know when there is movement outside of your house, and they can help keep energy costs down by not having your lights on all the time. Inside timer lights are great for keeping your home safe while sleeping.
  • Don’t update your social media status to say you’re away. You don’t want to broadcast to the world that your house is empty. Have a neighbor collect your mail and possibly mow the lawn, and keep your home looking lived in. Post your photos from a trip on social media once you come home.
  • Buy a fake alarm system decal. Like I said, security alarm systems for the home are a great investment, but they do get pricey. If you can’t afford one right now, purchase a decal for your window so that people think you have one. eBay has plenty!

For more ideas, check out this list from Buzzfeed of 21 ways to cheaply and effectively deter burglars.

Fortunately, the Tri-Valley area is consistently listed near the bottom of the list when it comes to crime rates in the country. So don’t get nervous! It’s just always smart to be safe as a homeowner. For more tips, or for help selling or buying a Livermore Valley home, contact me! I’m ready to help!

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What to Consider When Buying a Livermore Valley Home with Kids

bikingAre you gearing up to buy a Livermore Valley home? Are you doing so with kids? It’s really no surprise that the home features that matter to a family with kids differs from a couple or individual without kids.

A recent Trulia survey shows exactly which factors are affected most when you add children into the equation.  As a Livermore Valley real estate agent, I’d like to share these with you, so that if you’re buying a home with kids, you’ll know what to pay attention to!

  • Size of home. This is the most important factor for families buying a home with kids, which makes sense, since you’ll need more bedrooms and space. Seventy percent of homebuyers cared, compared to 66 percent of buyers without kids.
  • Crime rates. While 65 percent of all homebuyers care about the crime rate around a potential new home, when children are involved, this increased to 69 percent.
  • Neighborhood schools. A whopping 63 percent of buyers with kids care about this, compared to only 20 percent without kids. Again, this makes sense, since the children will be attending the schools. However, even if you don’t have children, this factor could affect the value of your home when you go to sell it!
  • Length of commute. Forty-six percent of potential homebuyers care about the commute time, while 58 percent of buyers with kids care. It may be more important with children involved because parents need to get home quick to pick a child up from daycare or school.
  • Proximity to amenities. More buyers without kids care about this one! Fifty percent of buyers with kids cared, compared to 59 percent of buyers without kids.
  • Age of home. Forty-seven percent of families with kids cared about this, compared to 49 percent of buyers without kids. This was pretty even and fell in the middle of the pack on importance.
  • Rate of natural disasters. It’s important to all homebuyers, but again, when kids are involved, families cared 35 percent about this, compared to buyers without kids who cared 37 percent of the time.
  • Pet friendliness. This fell exactly even with homebuyers with and without kids, at 32 percent. I would guess it’s because both buyers with kids and without kids own pets. The importance of this depends on if a furry friend is going with you to your new home.
  • Proximity to family. While this was less important for all those surveyed, 33 percent of homebuyers with children cared, compared to 29 percent without kids. Got to get those grandparent visits in!

As you can see, some of these factors were more important to homebuyers with kids, versus others that were more important to buyers without kids.  As your Livermore Valley real estate agent, I recommend that you rank these in significance for you. When you’re ready to buy a Livermore Valley home, we can together go over this list and find the best home for you and your family!

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Harvest Wine Celebration This Weekend in Livermore Valley!

winebottlesHere in Livermore Valley, there is never a shortage of wine events, festivities and celebrations at our area wineries. This Labor Day weekend is no exception! The 32nd Annual Harvest Wine Celebration takes place Sept. 1 and 2, Sunday and Monday.

As your Livermore real estate agent, I highly suggest that you check out this fantastic, yearly local event. For one, it’s a great way to relax, unwind and enjoy your long, holiday weekend and the unofficial end to summer. Two, it’s a great way to socialize with other local residents and meet new people, especially if you just moved to Livermore Valley! Finally, it’s the perfect way to sip and sample local wines.

The two-day festival runs from noon to 5 p.m. each day and showcases 40 wineries in Livermore Valley Wine Country! This is the peak of harvest season as well, so it’s the perfect time to celebrate. Tickets cost $55 in advance, $65 the day of, and $10 for a designated driver. These tickets are good for both days, so if you don’t get to all 40 wineries in one day, have no fear!

With a ticket, you get entry into the participating wineries, complimentary wine tasting at over 40 wineries, shuttle service between wineries on Sunday, special activities, discounts when purchasing wine, a Livermore Valley Wine Country glass and an event program.

Most of the wineries are pouring straight from their tasting rooms in Livermore, Pleasanton, Sunol, Castro Valley and Danville. A group of wineries will also be pouring from Concannon Vineyard and another group from Wente Estates Vineyard each day.

Food vendors will be present at a number of participating wineries, along with local artisans and festive music. On Sunday, you can take the free shuttle buses to and from the wineries. On Monday, the wineries are offering a more intimate experience, with special, unique experiences at each of their tasting rooms.

Livermore Valley hosts all sorts of winery events throughout the year, so if you’ve got other plans this weekend, stay tuned for future events! Aside from this, Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin and other Tri-Valley towns have an assortment of events, festivals and activities to enjoy this weekend.

What are your weekend plans? As a Tri-Valley real estate agent, I’d love to hear how you’re spending the weekend! It’d also be a great time to work on some landscaping and home upgrades, for when you sell your Livermore Valley home this fall. Looking to buy a Livermore Valley home? Browse my Tri-Valley real estate listings! They are available on my website 24/7.

Enjoy the Harvest Wine Celebration, barbecues, beaches, parties and everything else you have planned this Labor Day weekend, and stay safe! When you’re ready to work toward your real estate goals, let me know.

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