Less Competition – Most people will wait until spring and summer to list their home, which means during the winter you will have far less competition than any other time of the year. Less competition could be more money.
Fewer Showings – Yes, there may be fewer showings, but those buyers that are looking are usually very serious about making a purchase.
The Market – Today’s interest rates are still very good. This gives buyers more spending power. And you as well.
More Time to Get Top Dollar – By marketing your home now you may be able to secure a higher price due to limited homes on the market. We are seeing more multiple offers than we have in years.
Tax Benefits – By selling now you can have a closing before or after the new year for tax purposes.
Loan Commitment – During the winter months you and the buyers may be able to obtain a loan commitment quicker.
More Time – Buyers may be looking at homes more during the holidays because of their vacation time.
Bottom line, it is all about supply and demand. There isn’t a bad time to sell. Home sales take place every day twelve months of a year. We don’t have a crystal ball to know what inventory levels will be in 3 months, 6 months etc. We do know that typically many sellers will wait until spring to list their home and with that will increase competition.
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