Often people think Fall is the marker for the real estate listing and selling market to slow down. That is not always true. Many factors drive activity, low interest rates, corporate moves, right-sizing, school changes, job changes, family changes.  In light of the variables, it is also important to expect differences in market activities based on price ranges. A scarcity in housing in the $200,000 to $350,000 range will keep the searches and negotiations active and at a high pitch. However,  a high inventory of housing in the $350,000 to $600,000 range can really slow the activity to a low level. In looking at scarcity of property or scarcity of buyers, neither will necessarily respond to time of year, temperatures or holidays.

Want to put your home on the market but think you should wait until Spring?  Consider your price point, find out how many other homes are on the market in your range, research how fast they are moving. Also, you can make a decision about how smart it might be to list now when many other people are not listing.  That could make you the star choice for just the right buyer.

Any way you look at it, you should get all the facts and make a decision that is just right for your spot in the market.   Call us today for a Comparative Market Analysis to find out where you stand and what just might be a smart move for your future. www.TrobaughGroup.com