April Showers…doot, do do do, do do doot. We do more in the spring…
Spring Cleaning! Tulips are up, and the yard has the color – packaging your house to sell! And you are ready to package to go bye-bye.
The winter freeze is off your mind, muscles and joints and it is time to MOVE! The problem is – everyone feels that same ease of circumstances in spring so the land FLOODS and the market FLOODS.
The spring rains fall on the buyer and the seller …
The Circumstances Couldn’t Be Better…
You have your tax-return set aside for down payment, inspection costs, moving vans… You’ll have homework management off your plate for a few months soon … the search, travel and carrying happens with ease in spring. You’ve done your homework: Click here. There’s even a breeze to lick away any sweat.
That’s good because you’ll be playing a sort of tug-of-war. Bidding wars.
Spring is NOT clearance season for house prices. You’ll pay pretty thousands more for pinch of ease. You’ll compete more for it, too. For help reaching that wider audience with your home listing click here.
A house might sit on the market for two months during the winter, and after a price drop it goes.
In the spring, you’ll get an offer during a walk through the first day you’ve listed, or offers sight unseen even.
There’s a twitterpation about the whole process in Spring. With a 60-90 day close, and a sweet spot of summer (somebody’s) break…there’s a deadline. Jumping on the market early in
February has you moving during the most exhausted part of the school year…but it got you the house you wanted. Wait to long and you get beat up in the process. Find a gem; sold but still listed, out bid and even in the spring sunshine pessimism sets in and…When gem after gem gets snatched, your specifications for what a gem IS get less and less strict.
Settling Happens In The Spring Real Estate Flood
Procrastinating… has you moving at the stressful, penny pinching start of the school year, sweating bullets while you load trucks…at least it wasn’t moving in the winter though.
Ask a person who has moved in the winter. The house was good, but wow! Spring buds make it feel even homier – defying expectation and bringing greater happiness. The chilly move has extra appreciation for that shelter. Lots of people were willing to help you move, because they had nothing else to be doing – but hibernating. The house warming party was literal – didn’t need to worry about the home cooling system…It’s spring now, and they may have found their rose colored glasses in that move.
There are perks hidden under all the snow.
Spring Is Still The Hotbed of The Market
Americans are notorious for paying a bit more for convenience…that’s not likely to change. Poor circumstances align with better home prices, and excellent circumstances has a frantic pace with higher prices.
Letting home twitterpation happen to you – won’t be lonely. The great housing shuffle! Real Sprung Estate!