- Buyers actively searching for properties during the holidays aren’t “just looking.” They’re serious.
- Fewer properties are listed during the holidays. Less competition can mean more money for you.
- Inventory of homes for sale rises in January, putting more homes up against yours —and lowering your chances of a sale.
- Your home looks its most appealing decked with holiday lights and décor!
- Since the holidays are an emotional time, buyers are less likely to resist your price.
- Homeseekers have more time to search over their holiday vacation than when they’re back at work.
- Tax reasons pressure some buyers to close the deal before the end of the year.
- Many people start new jobs in January. If they’re transferring here from another market, they can’t wait for Spring to buy.
- You can sell now and be a non-contingent buyer in the Spring, when more houses are on the market for less money. Sell high and buy low!
- You can make an advantageous holiday sale and arrange for a delayed closing or extended occupancy until early next year.
- You can restrict showings during the holiday week and still remain on the market.
Information provided by aaroe.com
Fun Tips For Pet Lovers During The Holidays
Find local community activities for your furry babies. Check out your local newspaper or online for holiday pet gatherings in your neighborhood. Take your dog on a nice walk to look at christmas lights. Quick Tip: If you have little furry ones, don’t forget to dress them up cozy before taking them for a nice walk.
DIY Pet Projects: Pet Bowl Stands, Pet Seat Covers, Pet Beds, Pet Treats, Pet Toys
Click here to check out some more fun things you can do with your pets during the holiday season