Labor Day traditionally marks the end of summer, and the end of summer is often considered the end of the prime real estate selling season. That goes back to the thinking that families needed to into their new homes before school started in the fall, and school didn’t start until after Labor Day.
These days, however, the holiday first celebrated in Oregon in 1887 to honor the contributions to society by the laborers is definitely not the end of the season when it comes to buying and selling real estate. Far from it. With advanced technologies and shifting school calendars, real estate sales have become a year-round proposition. We can stay hopping all year long.
It’s still good, though, to stop every once in a while and just take a day off. I hope you can do that this weekend. I’ll be back next week to resume our regularly-scheduled programming.
So what’s next? Take your pick.
Yeah. You should probably do at least one of those things right now.