Thursday, April 23, 2020
The market is changing and more of our jobs are being shifted to virtual work from home. Google recently published an article sharing that this lifestyle trend has been increasing as millennials seek greater balance and quality home time. This has been accelerated as we have all been thrown into the experience of social distancing home during the current COVID19 crisis.
I am excited to share that as a company Coldwell Banker is staying ahead of the curve. As a whole the industry is adapting to a new reality and requires much coordination with other services to support the needs of buyers and sellers in a socially distanced world. There are many parties involved in a real estate transaction and the process is extremely complex. I work with several colleagues to make the process as seamless as possible. In addition, I have been very busy taking classes to keep up to date on innovative new tools that better serve my clients.
There are many things that can be done whether one is Buying or Selling to prepare for their real estate needs. Many of these steps along the journey can now be done without physical contact.
I work with a great team to provide services that are available with zero physical contact if required due to Social Distancing needs.
My colleague Ann Newberry who is a Senior Move Manager and Owner of Smooth Transitions of Massachusetts, suggests starting to clean out one drawer a day as a start.
First time Buyers can begin both a search process through my website as well as start to get their finances in order. Tom McLaughlin at Guaranteed Rate offers a platform that starts the mortage qualification process from beginning through the close of a purchase online..
There are many small steps that can be done to begin the buying or selling journey. Ann, Tom and I will be offering a Virtual information session on May 20 at 5:00pm to share ideas on how to begin this process. If you would like to join us please email Wendy.Bornstein@NEMOVES.com to receive an invitation link.
Wendy is a Realtor with Coldwell Banker Needham and checks her social media accounts often. If you have any questions or know anyone thinking about entering the real estate market feel free to share this with them.
Friday, April 3, 2020
Hi everyone I have updated last weeks blogpost with relevant shows to watch as of this week. Hope you enjoy reading and streaming this weekend.
If you love theater like I do, I have been overwhelmed with the amount of content available to watch while being socially distanced at home. Whether you have a home theater or a laptop there are new show that are both live and previously recorded productions that are posted almost daily. I started to keep a list of these and wrote a a blog about this last Friday which I posted 2 weeks ago Friday website. . This is an update to that original post "Live Stage Front Row Seats"
Andrew Lloyd Webber shows will continue to stream for free on Friday nights 7pm and be up for one week only. Appropriately for the holidays this week you can watch Phantom of the Opera if click HERE For future shows click here Webber.
FOCUS FEATURE MONDAYS: And lastly through the end of April we can enjoy long weekends as the art-house producer/distributor Focus Features will stream a film from its library of releases on its Facebook page every Monday. (There’s no charge, but there’s a link to the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund.). To stream click Facebook
Improv Boston- Live shows- some free some pay or donate. click here
Lionsgate Live! A Night at the Movies!
Join host Jamie Lee Curtis and special guests for an interactive event with real-time chats, movie trivia, challenges and more. Every Friday for the next four weeks Lionsgate's will have a free livestram of their most popular titles starting with The Hunger Games, followed by Dirty Dancing, La La Land, and John Wick on www.youtube.com/lionsgatelive at 9PM.
The virtual Seder streamed last Saturday and was fun for anyone who missed it. It is still up and worth watching.
FLEABAG the original London Theater Live show the Netflix series was based on will be streaming for 2 weeks on Netflix for a $5.00 donation to charity . for more info click HERE.
Wendy grew up in the MetroWest area of Boston and has been a Realtor for over 10 years now with Coldwell Banker Needham. She loves to write and share her passions about the local community, theater, travel, her dog and much more. She is now working virtually and would be honored to help with any real estate needs. She is only a click away.