Some people believe that selling a home after the prime summer selling season is a bad idea. That couldn't be further from the truth.
Some sellers worry that if they put their home on the market in October or November, it'll languish there for months. But just like your white pants don't have to be stored away after Labor Day, your plans to sell your home don’t have to be tabled either. Plus, far more factors than the calendar can affect the selling climate. Seasons don't matter much in areas where the number of homes for sale is low and the demand is high – as is the case in some U.S. markets like Clawson. Frankly, a well-priced house in a good location is likely to sell in a timely manner even in the dead of winter. If you're thinking about selling your home, but are unsure, give us a call.
Pat Teeley 248-330-6292 Julie Heidt 248-835-5925 Your Hometown Real Estate Team
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