Motivated buyers:While more buyers are looking in the spring and summer months, the buyers actively shopping for a new home in the winter are likely very motivated — often moving because of a job relocation, change in financial situation, or change in family needs.
Less seller competition:With fewer homes on the market in winter, there’s less competition from other sellers, and a limited inventory for buyers.
More time off work:People tend to take time off work during the winter, and three-day weekends like MLK Day and Presidents Day can be popular home shopping days. As a seller, it also means more options for showings and open houses!
Tax benefits:Buyers looking to purchase homes before the end of the year for tax purposes find December listings ideal.
Call me if you are interested in selling this winter - I have some great practices to help on this journey.
Author:Mary Smith Phone: 206-953-5090 Dated: November 29th 2020 Views: 991 About Mary: Hello, my name is Mary Smith with RE/MAX Realty South and I serve in King County. I was awarded Re...
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