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Found 4 entries for December, 2011.

Marin Real Estate on Facebook

Our Marin Real Estate Facebook page is becoming the best place to stay up to date on Marin Real Estate news.  We are actively working day-to-day to find the best information for our clients and friends and we post it here!                                              

Some items you can stay up to date on...

  • See photos on our new listings as well as properties we believe are the best investments
  • Learn about local events going on in your neighborhood
  • Want to win and Ipad or Kindle - see where we are having our next tour with raffle
Facebook is really an amazing way to stay connected to family and friends.  It is now a way to stay informed on news that pertains to you and your neighborhoods.  Click here to like our Marin Real Estate Facebook page…
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Happy Holidays from The Narodnys

"Plenty of people miss their share of happiness.  Not because they never found it - but because they did not stop to enjoy it."

Happiest of Holidays to you and your family.  And all the best for the New Year!

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San Rafael Marin County Boat ParadeEach year, San Rafael unofficially celebrates the beginning of the holiday season with its annual lighted boat parade in the San Rafael Canal. Boaters throughout Marin County devote many hours and days preparing their vessels with lit decorations for what has become one of the largest lighted boat parades in the Bay Area & the West Coast.

On December 17th from 6-8pm come and enjoy the floating artwork, music & innovative fun. Presented by Community Action Marin & local yacht clubs.

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Looking at the numbers and sensing the direction of the market, we see opportunities abound for both buyers and sellers.


  • 654 homes for sale
  • 500 are single family homes 
  • 40% of homes are in escrow
  • Lowest we've seen for December in ten years 
Holidays 2011 Marin Real Estate NewsInventory is low because of the time of year and also because some sellers are standing in the sidelines.  These Seller know they have to move in the next year but are watching the economic and political gyrations and silently hoping it will all affect the housing market in a positive way. However, as they evaluate their options, there is an opportunity for serious sellers to have their home made available to serious buyers who come out over the holidays.

As buyers search for a home over the next 2…
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