While it’s common for some homeowners to put the brakes on a home sale in the winter season, the final quarter of the year can actually make for an excellent time for sellers to enter the real estate market. Lower inventory on a historic basis during this time of year paired with a pool of buyers that are serious about their home search can prove quite favorable. If you’re thinking about listing your home for sale during the chilly season, it’s key to consider the following 6 items outlined in a recent Upnest article.
When a home is put on the market, the ultimate goal is to ignite the imagination of a potential buyer, so that when they look at photos or walk through your home, they can envision what a life might look like if lived within its walls. Though not every home, or every room, needs staging, the benefits are many, which means it should at least be a part of the conversation with your real estate agent.
The process of selling a home undoubtedly brings a range of emotions to light. Some are exciting, you are proud that your home is looking its best and looking forward to making your next move. But others, are difficult. It can be sad to say goodbye to a place we’ve called home and to weather the storms that offers and negotiation sometimes bring.