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    Wednesday, November 01, 2017   /   by Patrick Woods

    Top 6 Reasons You Should BUY & SELL in the Fall

    We know. “Conventional Wisdom” says to sell or buy only in spring or by summer. Well, that is not entirely true... Home sales are still brisk. In fact, we find things pick up in late September, as people return from vacations and want to settle into new homes by the holidays.

    Why sell in the fall?1. There is less competition on the market which gives sellers an advantage.2. Have kids? It’s much easier to keep the house “show ready” when kids are in school.3. Vacations are over so there are more buyers in town.4. Buyers that are looking for homes in the fall are serious buyers.5. Who doesn't love fall decor? Warm fall colors invite buyers in.6. Who wants to move while it’s 90 degrees?

    Why buy in the fall?1. Houses that have been on the market awhile are ready to deal – some of the best deals of the year are made in the fall.2. It’s so much easier to look while the kids are at school, right?3. Avoid multiple offers – less co ...

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    Sunday, October 08, 2017   /   by Patrick Woods

    Pumpkin Patches in the Greater Sacramento Area

    Pumpkin Patches in the Greater Sacramento Area

    There’s something so special about dressing up in your best flannel and boots, grabbing a cup of fresh apple cider, and venturing to the farm to pick out your own pumpkin in the fall. With a myriad of pumpkin farms nearby, it’s only right that you make an experience out of your annual pumpkin picking!

    Grab your significant other, the family, or a group of friends and head to one of these nearby pumpkin patches to select the perfect plump pumpkin for your porch.

    Abel’s Apple Acres


    Abel’s Apple Acres is a four-generation family ranch offering outdoor fun for all ages, including a wooden maze, pony/horse rides and a kids’ corral. In addition to providing their specialty — an abundance of apples for visitors — Abel&rsqu ...

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