Selling your home this summer?

Selling your home this summer?

There could be some benefits to listing your property during the warmer months.

Spring is often thought to be the ideal time to sell a house – but recent market reports suggest that summer could be just as good a time to sell.

With record-high prices across parts of the country, we have seen an increasingly strong demand for houses.

This trend, coupled with the other benefits that selling during summer can offer, could help you come out on top.

Summer buyers are serious

While some buyers may choose to put their search on pause this time of year, those who stick around are likely to be more serious.

Those who have sold property before might understand the frustrations that can come when working with semi-serious buyers and those who make low-ball offers to try to score a bargain.

However, by selling in summer you can expect to receive genuine offers and a smoother sales process.

Secure a good price

At this time of year, the number of properties on the market typically declines, and with demand already sitting at record high, your property could be well-placed to sell for a good price.

Don’t forget, presentation plays an important part in attracting a high sale price, and if you’ve tidied up for the holiday season, it’s likely that your home is already looking it’s best.

Seek the right support

Regardless of your choice of selling season, make sure you seek the right support. As property sales experts, the team at Mike Pero Real Estate can help you achieve a good outcome on the sale of your property.

And, your local Mike Pero Mortgage Adviser can help you structure your loan to ensure you are in the best position to move forward.

 

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