Spring and Summer are known as the best times to sell a home, mainly because this is when homeowners relocate. It’s after the school year, and summer is typically a time of ease for packing up a household and shifting it across town or states. While Fall may not usually be seen as the hot season for buying and selling homes, we’re here to say that this Fall is likely to prove busier than most.
Here are a few reasons why autumn is a great time to sell a home:
Buyers without children – couples and single people, don’t weigh the school year in their moving schedule. New job transfers often occur in the fall, and then there’s those homeowners who want to be settled in their new home before the holiday season kicks off. (And don’t want to compete with the numbers of homebuyers shopping in the Spring and Summer months.)
It’s also important to recognize the real estate market is affected by dozens of other factors, including: the economy, mortgage interest rates and the number of listings on the market. Often in Autumn, the key to selling a home is quality over quantity. So it’s a good idea to make sure your property is ready to show, and take advantage of the Fall setting to set up idyllic curb appeal.
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