“He Said, She Said” Update

Photo of signage at property This was an interesting week. It was fueled by caffeine with early mornings and late evenings but invigorating. In addition to receiving numerous referrals of sellers with the desire to sell their properties and even a buyer referral from a  fellow agent, an offer submitted on a property not yet on the market, and we still managed to squeeze a lot more into the week.

What more we squeezed in included our community endeavors to help various local organization raise funds for their causes. From our Rotary Club’s Hallow Fest event to raise money for youth to AMVETS to helping at the animal shelter, we end the week with a quick visit to a property listing and then home.

So don’t bother us tonight! We’ll be resting up for a busy weekend of animal shelter volunteer work, a client dinner and a client housewarming party. If you’re curious about what we’re passionate about, CLICK HERE and join us!

Lease Tenant Found for Massage Therapy Business!


Our very own Greg Jones in partnership with Gary Wimp of Saratoga Properties has found yet another new  business to open downtown!

Eva the owner is who I visited when I went in for my first massage. The place is clean and quiet and I was thoroughly relaxed when I left.

Call them for an appointment! 510-581-8899.

No funny business, please! Professional massage only.

New Downtown Businesses

In partnership with Gary Wimp, Saratoga Properties, Greg Jones of Realty World Neighbors has recently brought two new businesses to the Downtown Hayward B Street corridor area.  The first new business called “Vintage Alley” will be located at 1037 B Street, opening in September 2011.  Taking up about 1500 square feet near Cinema Place, the rockabilly clothing store and salon is sure to be a unique addition to our downtown for years to come.  Still available is another 1200+ square feet at this location.  Several prospective tenants have recently expressed interest in the location.

The second new business, which just signed a long term lease for about 1000 square feet on Mission Boulevard between A and B streets, will likely open by the end of the year.  They don’t have a business name yet, but they will provide day spa/massage therapy services. 

We look forward to many new small retailers attracted to the downtown in the near future! In spite of the economy (read article featuring Greg Jones and Anna May about the downtown), smart, gutsy people are making things happen.