Welcome to Friday everyone, let’s take a sweep of this week in togetherness! Let’s go right to a digestible talking points as we recap weekly #’s…
In looking at King County Residential Only weekly report (for the weeks ended Wednesday 5/13):
Good news, the number of new pending sales continues to rise and the most current week is 79% of the same week in 2019.
The months supply of inventory is 1.0 vs 1.3 a year ago. Demand high and supply low.
Reminder: Weekly statistics are for the week ended every Wednesday. They are generally published by the end of the day Friday – here. However, we are rushing to get them out on Thursdays. *If you’d like me to email you the full weekly report for more on King, Seattle and Eastside footprint – text me: 206.227.7133
Where I was able to join you on zooms or calls this week you may have heard me in my tone and focus in identifying moments of collective weariness. These moments of weariness within our Stay order hits each of us at different moments and in different ways. The difference right now is that the adrenaline surge we all experienced early in a time of crisis has worn off. While Covid-19 is not behind us and as we move slowly towards more re-opening of life, we’ll need to continue to find ways to work with weariness during continued unprecedented times.
Adrenaline got us through; now what?!! Bringing in Brene Brown into our mix once again to speak to this on her Unlocking Us podcast…24 minutes to help us navigate collective weariness!
*and if you want a good laugh, imagine my husband trying to go to sleep and me making him stay up and listen to Brene for 24 minutes. He was a little over me in that moment. Just calling that moment what it was! And oh, then I proceeded the next morning asking him “what your # today?” Really over me at the moment. Good laughs though! You’ll “get it” if you listen in…