Happy Thanksgiving 2019 and Happy Black Friday

Happy Thanksgiving 2019 and Happy Black Friday

Happy Thanksgiving 2019 and looking forward to a super shopping day on Black Friday. It has been a very busy morning. We have multiple offers on one property. Counter offers are in motion back and forth. Working on a request for repair on another property. Real Estate is alive and well this Thanksgiving. I have a request from an agent to show one of our listings today. As they have a small baby an early AM showing might not work. I have however forwarded the message request. Buyers out shopping for a home on Thanksgiving are certainly serious buyers.

We wish you the happiest of holidays. So much to be thankful for this year. We hope you do not eat too much turkey and pumpkin pie. Oh, why not? Then, after you are relaxing and ready for sleep, don’t forget to set your alarms tonight for zero dark thirty Black Friday. There are so many sales to take advantage of. If you can’t get out to the stores in person, there are plenty of cyber sales online.

Happy Thanksgiving 2019 is turning out fabulous so far. I’m making a homemade scratch birthday cake for my son, JT. My sis is cooking the bird and my other sis is making sweet mashed potato pie with walnuts and brown sugar crust. Lucky that we have two ovens as both are getting a workout today. A lot of food and fun in the works. We hope your homes are full of holiday food shared with family and friends.

The memories of past Thanksgivings are also thought of today and loved ones remembered who have passed on. Our family always takes a moment to remember the people who live on in our hearts. Counting our many blessings today.

We are grateful to all of you for helping our business to be so successful and making us a part of your life. Happiest of holidays to each of you from Weintraub & Wallace Realtors with RE/MAX Gold. We can be reached at 916-233-6759.

Elizabeth, JaCi, Josh and Barbara, we all send warm wishes from our homes to yours.

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