🎉 SOLD - On the market for only 10 days! Big congrats to our seller client Sam, and thank you for your trust!
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🗣 "You're throwing your money away!"... "Why do you continue to pay someone else's mortgage?!" Do these questions sound familiar? If you're one of the over 111M people in the US currently renting, you have likely encountered these questions at some point.
In today's blog post, we put together FIVE simple questions that will help you determine if you're ready to take the next step in buying a home. Check the link in our bio! #thiessengroup
6171 has made it safely home from the Mendocino Complex Fires. Now we clean the engine. Our thoughts and prayers are with Draper City Gire Department in Utah and with the family of Battalion Chief Chief Matthew Burchett. Chief Burchett was killed in the line of duty at the Ranch Fire. Rest easy brother. #lodd#geyserville#fireseason#fireseason2018#wildlandfire#ranchfire
The Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative and the Healthcare Foundation are sponsoring free trauma-informed yoga classes for fire survivors. Classes are available almost every day of the week. Click on the link in our profile to see the schedule and please share with anyone looking to heal their mind and body!
We only have THREE #HappyHourThursdays left! Don’t miss your chance to join us for great wine, rockin’ music and delicious food trucks! 🎶
This week we have country band Court N’ Disaster and Venezuelan food truck @pilonkitchenvf See you Thursday at 5pm!
🏡 With over 250 homes in the 55+ community in #Healdsburg, 11 have sold so far since the beginning of the year. The Thiessen Group sold #11 and soon to be #12 and #13!
Because of our strategic marketing and neighborhood expertise, we were able to obtain 3 offers in 3 days and close escrow in 10 days.
Curious how much equity you have in your home? Send us a message below for an Equity Checkup!
Pedroncelli at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History . .
“Shipping bulk wine in wooden barrels was widely practiced in the period following the Repeal of Prohibition in 1933, since many wineries did not have bottling operations in place at the time. Each barrel had to be marked with the winery’s name and bonded number, as well as its contents, before shipment.
This hand-cut tin stencil was made to fit on the head of a standard barrel; once paint was applied and the stencil removed, the identifying information was left on the surface. This stencil provided a wealth of information: “Produced and Packed by John Pedroncelli / B.W. [bonded winery] No. 113 / 14th Dist. Cal. / Gyserville [sic] Calif. / Serial No. / California Claret / Alcohol 13% by Volume / Geyserville Sonoma Co. Cal.” Of note is the “California Claret” designation, which was a generic term used for red wine before labeling of varietals (specific grape types) became the norm in the 1970s.”