As the days get shorter you might find a longer list of reasons to buy or sell. Just like the ever changing leaves on autumn trees, the real estate market shifts constantly and while the spring market tends to bloom with budding flowers, the fall market offers a transitional pace that many buyers and sellers appreciate. Here are a few reasons why it is a preferred time of year.
Sellers tend to put their homes on the market in the spring or they may need to sell without wanting the spring frenzy. If homes are on the market come October, you may find owners particularly motivated to sell.
Families who want to be in a new home by the beginning of the school season are no longer shopping at this point. That translates into less competition and more opportunities for buyers to find the right home. You’ll likely notice fewer buyers at open houses, which could signal greater opportunity to make an offer.
YEAR END SELLING:
While a home is where an owner lives and makes memories, it is also an investment — one with tax consequences. A home seller may want to take advantage of a gain or loss during this tax year, so you might find homeowners looking to make considerations to close before December 31st.
THE HOLIDAYS MOTIVATE:
As the holidays approach, sellers and buyers are eager to close so they can move on to planning their parties and events by or before November.
BUYERS & SELLERS:
View extensive details about what you’ll receive working with Julie Harrison Real Estate on the BUY WITH JULIE page or check out Julie’s current luxury properties on her FOR SALE page. Sellers can view the many ways Julie helps sellers through her extensive experience, high-end marketing services and vast knowledge of the real estate market on her SELL WITH JULIE page.
Contact Julie to learn your best strategy for buying or selling this summer!
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