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Ryan Huggins - Thousan...
Thousand Oaks, CA
Tony and Suzanne Marri...
Stevens Point, WI
What is your plan for Halloween?
Holidays do not include Halloween. If you want to take the day off. Do it! A
It's a normal workday. Or maybe not really NORMAL.
There are very few Holidays in the real estate business. Christmas and Thanksgiving are probably the most revered but that doesn't mean NO work is done those days. "Work" involves much more than showing and/or listing properties... so there is ALWAYS something to do. It's very difficult to turn it off completely regardless of what day it is.
It is no holiday for me, there is work to be done, houses to list, houses to sell and clients who will be depending on me
Kat Palmiotti nailed this one!
Its a work day,
Peter Mohylsky. Beac...
Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Not a real Holi day.
Stevens Point, WI
Halloween is and has always been a work day for me.
I will be working, but there might be some fun activities I will attend in the evening.
I work hard to justify the candy i'll be eating!
I don't have little kids, it is just another day to work.
I'd rather take off April fools day .....
I will be working half day
Regular day, but the NIGHT IS MINE!!!!
is that a holiday??? we ALL work....
I work that day, just not that evening jesica mirna! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays - I do alot of decorations and love Fall, too! How about you?
I work but I try to get home in time to give out treats
You need to take the day off to study your materials.
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No, I wear my clown costume that day and decide who my next victim will be.
This year it is a work day.
If product & duty calls, I will answer....
jesica mirna Work!
Take off? The only "take off" I do is when I'm on a plane......
Another day in the life! Work of course!
It's a Monday... I'll be working.
This question has already been asked. The last time I took off for Halloween I was 12 years old.
It's a regular day. If I had kids though I'd cut out early for trick or treat events.
It aint the same as July 4th.
No a Holiday
Is this a statutory holiday in your jurisdiction? Whether I take off that day or not depends upon my schedule and which day it falls on.