4 Ways to Make Sure Your New Home Is a Smart Home

If you’re in the house-hunting process right now, there are a lot of things you can do to make sure your new home is a smart one as soon as you move in. But a home can only become as smart as its WiFi is fast. And with many of us working from home, and WiFi built into everything from fridges to doorbells, the availability of high-speed internet is a major selling point when it comes to finding your next place. So the first essential task is to ask about connectivity before you even step foot in the home.

Ralene Nelson, REALTOR®

PENDING – 8 N 6th St. Rio Vista

Enjoy a little bit of history, 1915 Craftmans style home sitting on an elevated lot makes for a great family home. Detached garage with space behind the garage provides space for playroom, craft/sewing room or work/office space. Remodeled kitchen, w/ rustic farmhouse appeal, w/new corian counters, white subway tile backsplash & wainscotting. READ MORE

Fun Things You Can Still Do This Fall
(Even During a Pandemic)

1. Go apple picking (socially distanced, of course)
2. Take a hike
3. Drink (spiked?) hot apple cider

4. Take a drive to check out the changing leaves

5. Make a big pot of chili

7. Enjoy pumpkin spice everything

8. Write down what you’re thankful for
9. Bake an apple or pumpkin pie

10.Trade-in your sandals for a cute pair of boots

11. DIY a cool Halloween costume (and then do a family photoshoot)
12. Pick out a new cozy sweater 

13. Savor cider doughnuts

14. Gather the loved ones (in person, if it’s safe, or virtually) to give thanks.
15.  Enjoy some homemade soup with a grilled cheese

10 Tips to Help Sell a Home in Autumn

The fall real estate market is almost always a hot season. Families have returned from summer vacations. Kids have gone back to school. The holidays aren’t upon us—at least not yet. We are set to enjoy 75 to 80 days of normalcy, and that’s a great time to sell a home.  READ MORE

Fall Homebuying Outlook:

Everything You Need to Know About Prices, Supply and Mortgage Rates

Everything You Need to Know About Prices, Supply and Mortgage Rates

With spring homebuying season disrupted by the coronavirus, would-be house hunters may be wondering if this fall will be a good time to buy.

The housing market is typically slow after August, as kids settle in for the school year and the weather starts to cool in much of the country. But, this year, the answer to that question—like so many posed since the start of the pandemic—is maybe, it depends.


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