Monday, January 18, 2016 / by Nathan Clark
While this remains true, there are also more sellers. There's more competition! Because sellers wait to list in the spring, inventory increases.
Additionally, more buyers does not mean better buyers. Winter buyers are more motivated and serious, which makes for easier negotiations. They need to close as quickly as possible.
Lastly, homes sell successfully during the winter. In fact, the slowest times of year are actually around the Fourth of July and between Thanksgiving and Christmas. People are busy with the holidays, so we thus experience fewer sales.
Therefore, winter is a great time to sell your home. Sit down with your Realtor today to see what's happening in your neighborhood so you know what to expect when you list your home!
If you have any questions for us, give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you!