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5 Reasons to List Your Home This Winter


If you’ve been hesitant to list your home this winter because you think you should wait until spring, there are five things you need to know.

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A common myth in real estate is that winter is a bad time to sell. People always say you should wait until spring to list.

However, the facts don’t always match up to this mindset. Waiting isn’t always the right choice. In fact, there are five key reasons you shouldn’t wait until spring to list your home.

1. Less inventory equals more attention. When there are fewer homes in the market, more people will be drawn to your listing.

2. First quarter job relocations. A lot of corporate businesses bring people in and out of jobs in the middle of winter. These people are going to need homes.


Waiting until spring to list isn’t always the right choice.



3. Fewer lookers and more motivated buyers. People who are searching the market for home during winter months aren’t doing so for fun. These buyers are serious about finding the right homes.

4. Fewer days on market. We’ve actually found that homes sell faster during this time of year, given that buyers are more willing to negotiate a deal.

5. Higher average sales prices. It may sound counterintuitive, but this is actually something we often see during the winter months.

If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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