4 Homes with a Breeze to Beat the Summer Heat

If you are one of the 50 million Americans currently embroiled in the heat wave, we feel for you. And don’t worry, those of us on the East Coast are supposed to join the fun tomorrow!

If you are one of the 50 million Americans currently embroiled in the heat wave, we feel for you.  And don’t worry, those of us on the East Coast are supposed to join the fun tomorrow!

When temperatures reach into the 100s and the air becomes stifling and still, we all beg for a breeze.  Just a whiff of wind to move things around and give us a moment or two of minor relief.  I remember as a kid in summer camp, a counselor once told me that if you imagine the wind is blowing cool air, your brain will be tricked and you will cool off.  I’m sure he told me that because I was probably whining a lot, but to this day, I always find myself thinking cool thoughts on a hot day.

I figured it would be a good time to look for homes on coldwellbanker.com that might offer a breeze.  In fact, there are 1062 properties on the site with the word “breeze” in the property description and another 141 where “breezy” is used.

Using my counselor’s advice, I figured it couldn’t hurt try to cool off by showcasing some of these properties.

 

David Siroty has been with Coldwell Banker Real Estate since 2004 and is responsible for all U.S. and Canadian external and internal communications, along with social media and cause marketing activities. In his role as VP of North American Communications, he is responsible for promoting the Coldwell Banker brand to media, staff and affiliated companies.

He was honored by PR News in their PR People Awards as the 2010 Lemonade Maker for his work in promoting the Coldwell Banker brand despite the challenging real estate market. He has worked in public relations for nearly 30 years in the sports, TV, agency and higher education industries. He also taught public relations for several years and is the author of a 2002 baseball book The Hit Men and the Kid Who Batted Ninth.

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