“Should I Sell My Home Now or Wait Until The Spring?”
This is a very common question that homeowners ask real estate agents this time of the year. The general public has a misconception that homes do not sell during the fall and winter months. This is the farthest from the truth! Wouldn’t it be nice to be a real estate agent and only have to work during the spring and summer months, since homes don’t sell during the fall and winter?
Certainly if a seller is looking to get top dollar for their home, any real estate agent who tells them that the fall and winter months is best, is not being honest. The spring market is the time to sell for top dollar, however, there are many reasons why selling a home during the fall and winter months maybe best for your situation!
So why would you want to consider selling a home now instead of waiting until spring. Here are the 6 reasons that Kyle Hiscock gave in his recent article he wrote for RISmedia, a nationally known real estate publication!
- Less Competition
- Serious Buyers are Out There
- The Best Agents Are Always Up to the Challenge
- Staging for the Holiday Season
- Mortgage Rates are Low
- Quicker Transactions
Check out the entire article, “Should I Sell My Home Now or Wait Until the Spring,” over on RISmedia’s Blog. After reading the article, we’d love to hear what your thoughts are on this topic!
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