4 Reasons To Sell This Fall
Selling in the fall actually comes with several great benefits.
You might be thinking that selling in the fall is a bad idea. Isn’t summer the best time to sell? Many homeowners may think that they have missed the chance to sell their homes this year. There is a common misconception that our market comes to a screeching halt in the fall. That is simply not the case. People buy homes all year round. Here are a few reasons why putting your home up for sale in the fall may benefit you:
1. Your home will sell quickly. The average home is selling much faster than normal, and some homes sell before they’re even listed. The market is still hot right now, contrary to what some media sources like to say. If you put your home up in this market, it's almost guaranteed to sell for a good price.
2. Buyers will compete for your house. That means that you will likely end up selling the home for well above its list price. Many buyers will compete for your home, which can lead to bidding wars. Who knows where the market will be by next summer? So why wait and risk losing money?
"Fall is the time to sell."
3. Your home will get the spotlight. Due to the low supply of homes, yours will be one of the very few homes available on the market. Anyone looking to move to your area is bound to see it. This sets your home up for success and is guaranteed to help increase the chance of bidding wars.
4. Now is the perfect time to move up and gain equity. The number of homes above the $1 million price tag has gone up in 2022 by a lot. Now is the perfect time to sell your home and upgrade to that seven-figure home.
Fall is the time to sell. Don't delay because mortgage rates are still low, and extremely motivated buyers give sellers an advantage. If you have any questions, contact my team and me by phone or email. We'd love to be your real estate resource.
If you’d like to take a look at what’s presently available on the market, you can view our multiple listing service here:
There are still plenty of opportunities in our market. If you have any questions about interest rates or purchasing a home, please call or email me. I am always willing to help!