I always think of my clients at this time of year because the Halloween experience really does center around the home: decorating it and welcoming neighborhood visitors to stop by and say “Trick-or-Treat!”
Moreover, it’s a holiday that is really about our children – decorating together, carving pumpkins, picking out/designing costumes, and parading around the neighborhood collecting candy. Halloween brings out the child in all of us, young and old!
With 2020 being such a difficult and unprecedented year and many being uncertain of how to keep Halloween alive for their children while keeping safe, I thought I’d offer you some ideas for this year:
- Go all out and really decorate your house for your children to enjoy
- Decorate and stuff individual bags or cups of candy for Trick-or-Treaters to grab instead of a communal candy bowl
- Set up a candy graveyard in your front lawn with candy hiding behind certain gravestones and have your visitors explore one-at-a-time
Just as a reminder, at Compass, we are always here for all of your real estate needs. If you know of any friends or family who are searching for a new home, we are here to help. Since 2012, Compass has become the largest independent real estate brokerage in the United States, with more than 17,000 agents serving vibrant and emerging communities across the country. So, no matter where they may be, Compass can help.
Please have a safe, scary, and fun Halloween!