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The Caton Team with some Seller Advice

Welcome to our new series by The Caton Team – Client Advice – things we’ve picked up in the past 35 years of being Realtors…

First impressions are very important. Selling a home is no different.  Contact The Caton Team for a private sales consultation where we tackle what the homes needs for sale, what The Caton Team offers and how we make your goal – our goal!

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Got Real Estate Questions?   The Caton Team is here to help.

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REAL EATS – Copenhagen Bakery & Cafe – Burlingame Ca

REAL EATS – The beat on where to eat!
Hello!  Thank you for reading REAL EATS, where my passion for Real Estate and food meet.  On our next adventure we visit….

Copenhagen Bakery & Cafe – Burlingame Ca

My family have been going to Copenhagen Bakery & Cafe for over 5 decades.  They’ve taken care of my birthday cake for just about as many years and Copenhagen Bakery did our wedding cake too.  If that isn’t testimonial enough – then you truly need to go taste it for yourself.  The photo is of their Princess Cake that my darling mother gets me for each birthday.  Marzipan, raspberry, custard, whipped cream – a literal slice of heaven!

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HOMES FOR SALE NEAR COPENHAGEN BAKERY

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The Caton Team with some Buyer Advice

Welcome to our new series by The Caton Team – Client Advice – things we’ve picked up in the past 35 years of being Realtors…

When considering a home purchase… Be flexible. Determine your budget and goal, then adjust accordingly to achieve it.

In our experience the home you think you want at the start and the home you actually buy are two very different homes – and that’s ok.  In the end – a buyer finds the right home for their life and budget.

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Got Real Estate Questions?   The Caton Team is here to help.

We strive to be more than just Realtors – we are also your home resource. If you have any real estate questions, concerns, need a referral or some guidance – we are here for you. Contact us at your convenience – we are but a call, text or click away!

The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the utmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.  How can The Caton Team help you?

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

Call | Text | Sabrina 650.799.4333 | Susan 650.796.0654

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Spring Lawn Care After Snow, Rain, or Drought

Well – since we’re all home…. let’s work on the house!!!  (If you don’t have a house to work on – great time to plan and budget)…  back to the house – let’s talk about that yard….

Winter can bring extremes to many areas of the country.  Shelter in Place even more so.  If’ you’re stuck at home – what better time to work on the house… 

No matter what this winter was like where you live, your lawn is probably in need of a little TLC. Here is how to bring your yard back from the dead after rain, snow, or drought.

After Rain

If your area had a rainy winter, your lawn may be in very good shape. However, there is a point where there may have been too much rain and lawns can become waterlogged, especially if you have clay or heavily compacted soil. Waterlogging is caused when water sits on the soil surface and drains slowly, or fails to drain at all.

The Problems

  • Algae, lichens and liverworts
  • Moss
  • Clumps of rush may seed themselves, forming tussocks
  • Dry patches

The Solution

  1. Sweep off any excess water.
  2. Aerate your lawn with 1-inch deep holes for mild waterlogged lawns and 4-6 inches for more severe cases. This can be done by hand, or with power tools like a hollow tiner.
  3. Fill the holes with a free-draining material, such as lawn top dressings or horticultural sand which will allow the water to flow from the surface to deeper, less compacted layers.
  4. Remove moss and algae and spray with moss killer.
  5. Fertilize.

Prevention

  • Spiking it every few years in autumn
  • Feeding in autumn with a lawn feed, rich in phosphorus
  • Install a drainage system
  • Replace your lawn using turf laid on a bed of sharp sand

After Snow

After the snow melts, you may find that your lawn is not in the best shape. To help your lawn return to the lush green it once was, here’s what you need to know:

The Problems

  • Dead foliage
  • Snow mold
  • Dry patches
  • Compacted soil
  • Frozen sections

The Solution

  1. Wait for your lawn to completely thaw. Raking or mowing your grass before it thaws is likely to tear out grass and leave open patches in your lawn where weeds will find a home.
  2. Rake using a thatching rake to clear debris and thatch.
  3. Check for grey or pink snow mold; a cottony fungus which grows 6-12 inches in diameter. Though there isn’t a product you can spray to rid your lawn of snow mold, a deep raking will cure most mild cases.
  4. For lawns with compacted soil, aerate and fill holes with free-draining materials.
  5. Don’t water right away. Grass roots need to chase the water from the melting snow and spring rains. This will encourage deeper root growth to make your lawn healthier.
  6. Fertilize.

Prevention

Preventing your lawn from dying after the winter starts with your watering method. To help your lawn stay healthy year round, you should water:

  • Deep
  • Less frequently – don’t water every day
  • In the early morning, never in the afternoon due to evaporation or evening due to fungus.

After/During Drought

Many areas in California, Florida, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Oklahoma are experiencing severe drought conditions. Keeping a lawn healthy in these areas can be a challenge.

The Problems

  • Lack of water
  • Unbalanced soil
  • Unseasonably hot temperatures

The Solution

Before you start treating your lawn during a drought, make sure you know if any drought water laws or regulations exist in your area and comply with them.

  1. Aerate and fill holes with nutrient rich fertilizer.
  2. Water deep, evenly, and infrequently with a garden hose or professionally-installed irrigation system instead of hose sprinklers.
  3. Overseed or “seed and feed” to increase moisture retention and restore soil balance.
  4. Reduce mowing frequency and opt for a push mower instead of a ride-on one as heavy equipment can damage the fragile blades. Don’t mow your lawn until it gets to 3 inches to allow for maximum nutrient absorption into grass blades, and don’t cut off more than 1/3 of the leaf blade.

Prevention

The best prevention for a drought-ridden lawn is a wet winter and sufficient water supplies. Until Mother Nature cooperates, you can:

  • Install a deep irrigation system if you don’t already have one
  • Keep a watering schedule

 

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We strive to be more than just Realtors – we are also your home resource. If you have any real estate questions, concerns, need a referral or some guidance – we are here for you. Contact us at your convenience – we are but a call, text or click away!

The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the utmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

Call | Text | Sabrina 650.799.4333 | Susan 650.796.0654

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Testimonial of the Day- From Tonton and Angela

Testimonial of the Day – 5 Star Review From Tonton and Angela on GOOGLE.

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“The Caton Team were absolutely excellent. They are quick to respond to any issues or questions that I may had. They personally found places that were right for me in the places that I wanted to live in. I ended up buying a place at a much lower price than I initially thought I would have to pay. You can’t do wrong with them.

The Caton Team were absolutely excellent. They are quick to respond to any issues or questions that I may had. You can’t do wrong with them.” – Tonton

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Tonton and Angela – it was our pleasure to help you two buy your first home – the same week as your wedding!  You two were troopers.  Thank you for the kinds words – you two were equally as awesome and together we are grateful to have turned your Real Estate goes into reality.   We wish you all the best and years of happiness in your new home!

Contact us for a consultation if you’re considering buying or selling real estate.

Know of anyone who needs a hard-working, full-time, dedicated Realtor – let us know! We’d be happy to take great care of them!

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We strive to be more than just Realtors – we are also your home resource. If you have any real estate questions, concerns, need a referral or some guidance – we are here for you. Contact us at your convenience – we are but a call, text or click away!

The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the utmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

Call | Text | Sabrina 650.799.4333 | Susan 650.796.0654

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The Caton Team – Susan & Sabrina
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Home Selling in the Age of Coronavirus: It’s a Whole Different World

Home Selling in the Age of Coronavirus: It’s a Whole Different World

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In the not so distant past, Seattle open houses were packed with home buyers eagerly poking their heads in closets, perusing spec sheets, munching on snacks, and offering bids above asking price in this ultracompetitive market.

Then on Jan. 20, a Washington state resident became the first confirmed case of the coronavirus in the U.S.—and slowly but surely, everything changed.

According to Seattle-based real estate agents, open houses are now significantly more guarded affairs, and some have been canceled outright. Attendance of the open houses that are still taking place has been noticeably lighter than it has been traditionally, and attendees seem to be less interactive—most are doing their best to keep their distance from one another, and don’t dare crack open a closet or touch a countertop without clenching an antiseptic wipe.

“We are seeing a lot more hand sanitizer and Clorox wipes at open houses,” says Wes Jones managing broker with Keller Williams in the Seattle suburb of Bellevue, WA. “We also make sure to wipe down the front door handle a number of times throughout the open house. It also appears that not shaking hands at all is quickly becoming acceptable.”

Meanwhile, more home sellers leery of the potential health risk of strangers at their open houses are refusing to host them.

“We did have one client decide not to have us continue with their public open houses,” Jones says. “We will continue to show their property by appointment only.”

He’s also seen more home buyers pulling out of the market and putting their searches on hold for now. But “the worst-case scenario is that we go from a really hot market to a more normal market,” he says of Seattle.

“I am not naive enough to believe that the overall economy may not be impacted short term by this scare,” he continues. “What could happen next? That remains to be seen.”

How the coronavirus is changing how people sell homes

Welcome to the reality of selling a home in the era of the coronavirus. Anxieties abound, not only about catching the virus that causes COVID-19, but also the volatile stock market, the shaky economy, and general fears of a coming recession—all of which could plunge the U.S. real estate market into a forced hibernation right when it’s supposed to leap into overdrive this spring.

While Washington state may be coronavirus ground zero with the earliest known cases, and some of the highest levels of infection in the U.S., (according to the Centers for Disease Control), the panic is being felt nationwide by real estate agents who’ve noticed a drop-off in the number of home buyers and sellers willing to mingle and make a deal.

“The coronavirus is leading to fewer home buyers searching in the marketplace, as well as some listings being delayed,” says Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors®. “In the latest flash survey, 11% of Realtors indicated a reduction in buyer traffic and 7% are reporting lower seller traffic when asked directly about the coronavirus impact on the market. The stock market crash is no doubt raising economic anxieties, while the coronavirus brings fear of contact with strangers.”

Ironically, this downturn comes at a time when buying a home is more affordable than ever. Just last week, Freddie Mac reported that interest rates hit a near 50-year low, at 3.29% for a 30-year fix-rated mortgage.

“The dramatic fall in interest rates may induce some potential buyers to take advantage of the better affordability conditions, but it is too early to assess whether lower interest rates can overcome the economic and health anxieties,” says Yun.

Nonetheless, he continues, “in the short term at least, home sales will be chopped by around 10%, compared to what would have been the case, due to the spread of coronavirus.”

Seattle’s housing market: A harbinger?

As for what could happen next, many are looking for clues in the Washington real estate market. It’s still strong, but due to the double whammy of the area’s virus exposure levels and plummeting stock portfolios, experts are watching it closely for signs of decline.

“Anytime you have local stocks like Amazon and Microsoft experiencing a 15% drop, that is a lot of perceived wealth that has been taken out of the market,” says Nick Glant, founding broker at Compass in Washington. “That said, some buyers and investors are looking at housing as a safer asset class than equities given the recent volatility.”

Glant’s biggest worry is whether the virus forces certain areas of Washington to go on lockdown.

“The only thing I would see as a detriment to selling in a significant way would be a larger-scale quarantine situation,” he says. “It will also be interesting to see what happens to relocation buyers should more travel restrictions be put in place. Tech relocation is a significant driver of our market, and if people cannot easily come out to tour properties in advance of taking a job here, they may be more apt to rent in the short term.” 

Meanwhile, home buyers in other areas hit hard by COVID-19 (like California and New York) are feeling nervous, too.

“Concerns just started this week,” says Janine Acquafredda, a broker at House n Key Reality in Brooklyn, NY. “So far, homeowners haven’t voiced any concerns with regards to showings, and sellers are still listing without restriction. But I do have buyers and sellers reluctant to attend closings if it involves taking the subway, and one closing was postponed by an attorney because his client was very ill—exhibiting flu-like symptoms—and didn’t know what she had. He said, ‘I’m not going to put myself in that position.'”

How home buyers and sellers can limit their exposure

Ultimately, determined home buyers and sellers will find a way—it may just look a little different than before. For one, the days of lavish, party-atmosphere open houses with finger food or baked cookies may be over, at least for a while.

“I do think agents may rethink hosting large open-house events with spreads of food and drinks where people are picking up plates, napkins, and plasticware along with pouring drinks out of bottles,” says Cara Ameer, a real estate agent in California.

Another way home buyers and sellers are limiting their exposure is by opting for virtual tours.

“As a virtual tour provider in Washington, DC, we are seeing an uptick in demand for video and more elaborate virtual tours so homeowners don’t need to have an open house,” says Roman Caprano at Sky Blue Media. “In our market, homes sell in days, so many agents typically only invest in photos, but now they are purchasing more content.”

“These virtual tours work like Google Street [View] within a house,” says Jones, who uses Matterport software to give buyers a 3D, multidirectional spin through a property.

While it can’t completely replace an in-person showing, says Jones, “a virtual tour can help them understand the house better. For those that are concerned about the virus, this allows them to make a more informed decision about the property and whether to get out and go see it.”

Nonetheless, “the reality is real estate is a contact sport,” says Ameer. “And that means exposing yourself to a lot of potential germs from shaking hands, interacting at open houses, and touching all sorts of doorknobs and light switches multiple times a day.”

As such, she adds, “I think we need to adopt a new normal of practices during this period of time.

“I now carry a canister of disinfecting wipes in my car so I can wipe my hands and the steering wheel after being in and out of houses,” she says. “I have also wiped down lockboxes, light switches, and doorknobs on my listings, and encourage customers to do the same. While you don’t want to make anyone feel uncomfortable, it is better to err on the side of caution rather than worry about exposure. You can never be too careful.”

By Erica Sweeney | Mar 12, 2020

Erica Sweeney is a writer whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Parade, HuffPost, and other publications.

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The Caton Team believes, in order to be successful in the San Fransisco | Peninsula | Bay Area | Silicon Valley Real Estate Market we have to think and act differently. We do this by positioning our clients in the strongest light, representing them with the utmost integrity, while strategically maneuvering through negotiations and contracts. Together we make dreams come true.  How can The Caton Team help you?

A mother and daughter-in-law team with over 35 years of combined, local Real Estate experience and knowledge – would’t you like The Caton Team to represent you? Let us know how we can be of service. Contact us any time.

Call | Text | Sabrina 650.799.4333 | Susan 650.796.0654

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The Caton Team – Susan & Sabrina
A Family of Realtors
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