For Immediate ReleaseContact: Steve MurrayJuly 10, 2018PH: 303-741-1000 [email protected] Michelle Cantrell Group was Named to the 2018 REAL Trends America’s Best Real Estate Professionals
When Is The Best Time To Sell Your Home
The winter home selling season was crippled by the polar vortex, so there’s pent-up demand from buyers who’ve been waiting for better weather to brave the house hunt. Mortgage rates are still at historic lows, so buyers ARE poised to buy and ready to hit the streets.
The Numbers Say Sell Now
Sixty percent of all homes in 2014 will be bought and sold from May to August. Sellers who put their home on the market at the beginning of the selling season will up their chances of snagging a winning offer before buyers turn their attention back to school starting in September.
Price It Right
Bidding Wars Aren’t Back (Phew!)
Bidding wars were common in the summer of 2013, but we’re hearing less about them right now. Sellers can’t bank on fielding two or three offers at once. There is, however, a good chance that sellers will still get the one that will be a win/win for both the homeowners and the buyer.
It Pays To Be Ahead Of The Curve
Trying to get a jump on the competition? Right now we’re on the cusp of prime selling and buying season, and sellers who list soon, will have less competition than those who put their house on the market in May or June, when more homes will flood the market. Since it’s still early, every home can have its ‘moment in the spotlight’ more than it will when inventory increases – and the buyers who are braving the cold to house shop are clearly motivated.
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The content of post was originally written by Michael Corbett, Trulia’s real estate and lifestyle expert
Michelle is a native of Southwest Missouri and has twenty-five years of experience in selling real estate in the greater Springfield area! Michelle specializes in all price points, including new const....