Ready to Move Right Now? Autumn Could Be the Ideal Time to Sell Your Home

Ready to Move Right Now? Autumn Could Be the Ideal Time to Sell Your HomeWhile many people believe that once the school year begins, you’ve missed the opportunity to sell your home, the truth is that autumn could actually be a great time to put your current home on the market.

Not everyone – even those who have young children – relish making a move around the school sessions. This is particularly the case if a potential buyer finds just the right house in the ideal location.

So, why shouldn’t that home be the one you have for sale?

Making your home as appealing as possible – both inside and out – can help to turn casual lookers into offers.

During the fall, it is important that you keep leaves raked and your yard accented with autumn colors like orange, red, and gold. This can be accomplished by planting marigolds and / or mums, as well as by highlighting your porch or front sidewalk with pumpkins or squash. Inside, you can also add a hint of fall with decorative centerpieces and even the warm smell of pumpkin spice.

With the holidays still a few months away, there is plenty of time to find that perfect buyer, as well as to get settled in a new home of your own.

If you’re planning a move in the near future, but you don’t have time to take care of all the details, there is no need to worry because you can leave the heavy lifting to us. We’ll provide you with a free, no obligation home value analysis, so you know how much you can realistically list your residence for.

We’ll also take care of marketing and showing your home, so you don’t have to – and we will even suggest various “staging” options that can make your home for sale look its best. When you’re ready to get started, just give us a call.

By |2018-09-18T19:05:08+00:00September 18th, 2018|Holidays, Home Selling|

About the Author:

I grew up in the Bowie-Crofton area with my 3 other siblings. As the middle child, I have a natural talent for negotiating! I moved to the Annapolis area for several years after I graduated college, and I currently reside in Arnold with my wife, son, and daughter.