Selling your home in the winter can be a positive experience. Proper preparation and motivation to compromise can help a seller move their home quickly while still realizing a good asking price.
Springtime is considered the beginning of “selling season” for single-family homes, with good reason. Potential buyers consider moving over the summer, while kids are out of school, the days are longer, meaning more daylight viewing opportunities, and for most parts of the country, there’s no snow or slush to trek through – and track in! – while home shopping. Putting your home on the market may seem counterintuitive at first, but it could actually be the prime time – and here’s why.