I want to offer my sincerest congratulations to Amanda and Siubhan on their recent closings!
Amanda, a past client of mine, decided she wanted to pursue her dream of having land, horses, chickens and a big garden. When a piece of land became available in Vacaville, she decided to make an offer and it was accepted! We then rushed to get her Concord home ready over the Thanksgiving holiday and were in contract by December 9th. Whew!
Siubhan is another past client who had bought a condo in Antioch four years ago, but had not been living in it for the last year or so and could not rent it out due to rental restrictions. She felt now was the right time to sell. Twelve offers and $26,000 over asking price later, Siubhan is excited to take a trip back to Scotland to visit family.
I would love to know your story and help you accomplish your dreams, reach out to me or visit my website: www.kristinlanham.com.
Yesterday, we shopped for pies for my past clients, friends and neighbors who responded to my “Bestowing the spirit of Thanksgiving” flyer. We got a comments from fellow shoppers about the number of pies in our basket and if they can come home with us.
The best part is sharing with people who ordered them! Just finished with the morning coffee pick-up! So great to just sit down and have a conversation! Phase 2 Happy Hour pick-up from 4-7.
Having a bad hair day?
Apparently you’re not the only one…This wild turkey, spotted near Walnut & Marshall, just discovered that he’s bald!
Vanity withstanding, he is definitely not alone! I was driving away in my Mini after an Open House at my listing in Clayton, when I came around the corner and — to my surprise — found a gang of turkeys (yes, “gang” is the technical term for a group of turkeys)!
I have seen a few gangs here and there around Walnut Creek, and many at the Lafayette Reservoir! This got me thinking: do we have a turkey problem?
Lo and behold, it’s been an issue in the East Bay since the early 2000’s. Apparently, the turkeys continue to move East, oftentimes destroying gardens, nicking paint on cars and leaving cement-like patties of you know what along the way.
Here are a few facts about the wild turkey that were new to me:
- There are almost 7 million wild turkeys nationwide
- They have 5,500 feathers and males have 18 distinct tail feathers
- Ranging from 5-20 pounds, they can run at speeds up to 25 mph and fly at 55 mph
Watch yourself around gangs of turkeys, too! By nature, they have a proud demeanor and protective instincts, with vision three times better than humans – maybe the turkey above couldn’t believe what he was seeing!
So, think twice before trying to score a free Thanksgiving meal when you see these guys on the street.
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!