Bay Area Real Estate Buyers out in force as the sun shines
Well they have been out in force even in the rain, but it is sure a lot more fun to look at property when the sun is shining.Â Our local Coldwell Banker Santa Rosa office had 23 open escrows last week which is a noticeable post-Super Bowl bump perhaps.Â Â In a “normal” market we average 20-30 escrows a week opened but December and January were down under 20 for the most part.
Marian Bennett in Coastal San Mateo county notes a similar trend in a recent post:Â “They came from the Frenchmanâ€™s Creek neighborhood, Fremont, San Francisco, Sonoma, even southern Californiaâ€¦tired of waiting for the bottom to hit, or starting the spring house-huntingâ€¦and many checking out our coastside communities on one of our â€œ10â€³ days on my subjective weather meter.”Â Â Â Even in the rain two weeks ago, I had buyers come from all over the Bay Area to view a lovely Sebastopol country property I was holding open.Â Â Buyers who may feel like Redfin employee Susan Brady–a self-confessed mid-Peninsula resident with Sonoma Country property aspirations, on the outside looking in.
If you want to see that same property in the sunshine so that you can appreciate the fabulous 360 degree views in a typical Sebastopol mini-farm setting on nearly 2 acres at the end of a peaceful country lane, please come see me tomorrow, February 17 Â at 5611 Hessel Avenue in Sebastopol, Ca 95472 from 1 pm to 4pm.Â Â ThisÂ property is listed by my friend Izetta Feeny, and is extremely well-priced at $725,000.Â See you there!
Â 5611 Hessel Avenue, SebastopolÂ Open House this Sunday 2/17 from 1 to 4 pm.