It is true that spring is traditionally a very busy time for in the real estate industry.
Predictably, after the drawn out gloom of winter we presume that there are plenty of buyers out there wanting to snap up a sunshine dappled home to call their own.
The reality is that spring doesn’t always produce fresh stock or enthusiastic homebuyers. We often see an oversupply of stock which is disappointing for the seller.
But not many people realize that you are actually more likely to sell your home in the autumn months.
It is important to remember that the real estate market is impacted by many influences – interest rates, supply and demand and the general state of the economy all come into play with the market.
Many agents find that they are more successful in converting a sale during autumn then they are in the spring months. And it may come down to the quality of the listing and not the quantity.
Think about it this way.
Many people take a long, extended break over the Christmas period. This is generally a time of personal reflection and goal setting for the coming year. A fresh mindset assists a buyer when it comes to taking the plunge.
It is also a time when a seller can take advantage of the warmer months and finalise some of their renovations and prepare their home for a sale.
An ideal time to list a home is in late summer ready for the autumn buyers, and before the Easter holiday breaks. When your home is prepped and your garden is still green from the warmer months, this is the optimal time to play on your asset and convert it into a sale.
And autumn is such a magical time in the Kyneton region. Think about the majestic oaks and their changing colour! Who hasn’t delighted in their beauty of Kyneton at this time of year.
So if you have found yourself dreaming about selling a new home over the holiday period, now is the time to act!
For more on how to prepare your home for sale in the Autumn months, head on over to jenniferpearce.com.au and I’ll give you some tips on how you can get the most out of your property.