Less than three weeks ago, I easily crossed the border to pick up my wife from the Buffalo airport. She was returning from a conference in Orlando.
At the time, there were no provisions in place (that I’m aware of) for self-isolation following international travel.
Less than two weeks ago, restaurants were open for business, and I had sushi in Grimsby with a friend of mine.
And, just this past week, I was optimistic for the impending spring real estate market.
Sure, the spring rush would be delayed due to the pandemic, but I was positive it was just around the corner. In fact, those of you on my mailing list got an email from me that contained the following excerpt:
The spring market I’ve been talking about for weeks is being pushed back because of coronavirus.
Regardless, buyers still need a place to live, so what we have on our hands at the moment is an extreme sellers’ market.
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, if you are thinking of selling your home this year, now (believe it or not) is the time to do it.
Since then, a lot has happened.