It may seem counter-intuitive to go house-hunting in December. We’re busier than ever, aren’t we? With parties, events, traveling and family obligations, not to mention the chillier weather that makes us Southerner’s want to stay indoors. The fact is December tends to be one of the busiest months in real estate. The good news for you is that you don’t have to wait until next Spring to get your house on the market.
Truth? It can be stressful to show your home during the holidays, however, let’s take a closer look at the pros:
1) You’ll have less competition because most sellers wait until Spring
2) Buyers in this market mean business – they are ready now!
3) You may be able to find great incentives on new construction inventory during this time not offered during high season
Our simple value proposition
By attracting the maximum amount of interested buyers, your property will sell for the highest marketable price possible.
My marketing firepower will maximize your property’s exposure to active buyers who want to know about your home.
LEAST AMOUNT OF HASSLE
I’ll put my experience to work while navigating the complexities of the real estate transaction, making it a seamless experience for you.
Why use a traditional realtor in 2018?
It all seems so simple with an online real estate. Sell your house, no hassle, no showings, no appointments – right?
Is it REALLY that simple? Some things to keep in mind; you’ll likely have to pay for repairs (should there be any), the fees are 6%X, and because “X” company needs to make money on the purchase of your house, you can surely expect to hand over some of your hard-earned investment dollars.
We’ll freely admit that it may very well be more work to sell your house the old-fashioned way and here’s why; we’re here to get you TOP dollar for your most significant investment.
More effort always yields better results.
While real estate attorneys, appraisers, inspectors, handymen, and showings can be a LOT to deal with, be sure to keep your end goal in mind – to make top dollar on your home.