Come on, Spring!!

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Real Estate Agent with Sweetheart Realty

It seem as though winter is longer this year- maybe because the phone hasn't been ringing with people wanting to make the Texas Hill Country their home.  The weather people say it's because of La Nina or La Nino, I'm not sure which, but it has been consistantly cold here.  And that affects the phone ringing, to be sure.

Who wants to get out of their warm bed or warm home and trek out to God's Country?, when you can look at it on TV, much easier I'd say.  Lots of San Antonians and Houstonians and "We Love You" Snowbirds, want to live here full time, but we need the sunshine to make that happen!

So I'm making an appeal to the clouds and the wind, to "Move On Outta Here!".  We need sunshine to be more effective at our job- that is, to sell houses and land.  So Spring- come hither- I'm ready to do my job, do yours!

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Rainer
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Greg Kobylenski
RE/MAX Lakeshore

Well I think your appeal worked.  The sun is actually shining here in West Michigan and it almost feels warm.  People are sure to buy homes now!

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February 18, 2010 10:58 AM
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Mike Sparks
Galveston Island Real Estate
The House Company Galveston Texas

It's all the fault of that darned groundhog not seeing his shadow!

February 18, 2010 11:34 AM
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Richard Weeks
Realtor, Associate Broker - Manager Business Development
Waller Group

This has been the coldest winter ever.  I am ready for some summer time.

February 19, 2010 02:12 PM
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