Spring is a time of rebirth and renewal. The snows begin to melt, flowers bloom, and homebuyers who waited all winter start to browse listings and flock to open houses, looking for a new home. To take advantage of the hottest season in real estate, most agents recommend listing your property in the spring, which will usually help you get the fastest sale at the highest price possible.
Many real estate buyers start looking for a home early in the spring, which leads to more competition and, generally, higher prices. House hunters with children are usually at the forefront since they would generally like to close on the property and get settled in before the start of the next school year. Others are just waiting for nice weather so they can get a good look at the homes they’re thinking of buying, or they might know that spring usually brings a wider selection of properties.
Even with more properties on the market, competition among buyers means your home will sell more quickly during the spring than you would expect during colder weather and will usually close for a higher price. In fact, the intense bidding competition among buyers during this time of year can allow you to get more than the asking price.
More Curb Appeal
A blanket of snow can make it difficult to present your home in its best light, but in the spring you can touch up paint, plant some flowers, and touch up the lawn. These little improvements can go a long way toward getting interested buyers out of their cars and through the door.
If you’re thinking of listing a home for sale anywhere in Green Valley Ranch, CO, let Foxtrot Realty take the stress off and guide you through the process.
Lake Bishop – Broker Owner
#1 Selling agent in Green Valley Ranch
Certified Military Residential Specialist
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