List Now: Spring Market Benefits

Everyone knows that the Spring Market is the busiest time in real estate. It’s when you start to see more inventory and buyers. Most people want to move in the Summer which makes Spring the most logical time to sell or start looking.



Here are some benefits of listing your home in Spring.


Moving Day: Nobody wants to move when it’s raining and especially not when it’s snowing! Most people want to move when it’s warmer out. Plus, your curb appeal looks better in the warmer seasons.


Spring Has Sprung: After winter you may feel unmotivated and a little down, but once it’s starts warming up and we have more sunshine in the forecast it kicks everyone into gear. The likelihood of selling your home is higher in the spring time, since it’s the most active real estate market of the year.


Ahead of the Crowd: With a long weekend coming up many sellers would rather wait to list their home. But why wait? If buyers are serious they are looking now! If your listing your home wouldn’t you rather be ahead of the competition. Less competition and more buyers mean a higher chance of selling fast.


Summer Break: If you are a parent, summer is the ideal time to move since the kids will be out of school. So, if you want to move in the Summer the perfect time to start looking is now.


Thinking of selling you’re home this Spring? Give me a call today. 778.988.7487

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