Spring and summer are what is said to be the best time to list your home to get the highest price, but some experts and studies say differently.
Less competition is great in any situation. The lesser of the competition the more chances of winning. Most people take their homes off the market because they do not want the hassle of showings and being interrupted during family times. That means less inventory of homes and buyers are looking at your home more.
Motivated buyers are going to be out and ready to purchase a home. If they are going out on during the holidays when everything is busy and in a rush, they are serious in buying a home.
New jobs ring in with the new year. Buyers are frantically trying to find a home and get settled in before they start a new job. Looking for a new home is stressful within itself. Imagine looking for a new home without a house to call home yet in your new city, figuring out where you and your family is going to spend the holidays at, and about to start a job. It is not easy. These people will be ready to buy.
Your home will already look great with all the decor for the holidays. It will look nice, warm, cozy and inviting when a buyer walks through your front door. It will give them a since of "feeling at home" and they could easily imagine what it will be like for them during the holidays in that home.
If you are really wanting to sell your home, do not wait until spring and summer. You can list it now and will pull in better numbers than in the spring and summer time according to a study by Redfin. Homes that were listed during the holidays had a 9% greater chance selling in 180 days closer to asking price. Not only that, but homes had a 10% greater chance selling at or near asking price.
Do you plan on selling a home this holiday season?
Everyone loves having their home decorated for the seasons, but sometimes decorations can be expensive and/or tedious.
This pumpkin porch light cover is super easy and only costs $1! Yes, only $1. It is also so cute and perfect for Halloween.
Gather your supplies.
Cut the back of the pumpkin.
Cut the bottom of the pumpkin.
Put the pumpkin over the porch light.
Take a step back and look at your cute, cheap and easy decoration!