Selling Your Home During Winter

5 Tips For Selling Your Home In The Winter

Selling your home during the winter can be challenging, there is less of a market and homes usually sell for less. Don’t be discouraged though, as winter can be a great time for selling since many potential homeowners tend to be more serious about making a deal.

Here are five tips on how you can sell your home in the winter:

  • Make a photo album: It can be challenging in the winter for potential buyers to see what your home will look like in spring or summer. To help them, create a photo album of the home throughout the year. Make sure to get as many great photos of the exterior and interior of the home as possible.
  • Boost curb appeal:  You can’t control the weather or prevent leaves from landing into your yard. But you can control how it will affect your home’s curb appeal. Even in the winter months curb appeal is still an important part of attracting buyers. Keep your lawn and landscaping maintained to make your home look good and potentially boost its value. Make sure all snow is shoveled neatly away from your sidewalk and driveway.
  • Make use of lighting: A bright, well-lit home is always welcoming. Opening the blinds and curtains, installing brighter lights, and cleaning light fixtures will not only make your home look larger, but brighter too.
  • Focus on cleanliness: Clean your home regularly, both before and after showings so potential homeowners aren’t negatively affected by clutter and dirt. Find a designated are in your home for snowy, dirty boots and clothes.

 

With a little bit of work, you can successfully sell your home during the winter season. And when you’re ready to purchase your new dream home, make sure you speak to a qualified mortgage banker.

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