Sometimes, it really pays to go against the crowd. It's common knowledge Spring is the season when most people put their homes on the market. Summer is the high season, and it’s when most homes sell. Regardless, there are a few powerful reasons why Fall might actually be a better time than either Spring or Summer to sell your house, including:
By the Fall, the bulk of spring listings are expiring. As a result, there is less competition on the market.
The listing stands out in the Fall with the *NEW* listing label.
Home buyers in the Fall are generally more serious. They have been looking at listings for months, and they are eager to conclude their search and move in comfortably before the holidays.
When you put those reasons together, it is easy to see why homes listed in the Fall sell more quickly and often command a higher price. In fact, Fall is the season with the highest percentage of sold listings, beating Summer by 1%.
Call or text Christina at 937-205-4741 if you are considering selling this Fall, and receive recommendations on how to price the house based on current market conditions in Ohio.
Blog article provided by Christina Cavins, a Nationally recognized Realtor with Irongate Inc. Realtors. Christina can be reached via email at ChristinaCavins@aol.com or by cell phone or text message at 1-937-205-4741. For Ohio real estate and homes see Ohio Real Estate.
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