Should I List My Home For Sale During the Holidays? -Fridays with Fred

    Are you thinking about selling your home during the holidays?

    Many homeowners in Southern California are thinking about selling their homes now to take advantage of the demand for homes but they are also concerned that the upcoming holidays may mean fewer buyers and the possibility of them having to accept less money than what their homes are worth.

    The good news is that if you plan on selling your home in November-December you can expect to sell your home for market value especially if the house is ready for sale, shows well, and is priced correctly.

    Why Now Is a Great Time to Sell

    There’s no denying that mortgage interest rates have remained low over the last four years but most Realtors® and economic analysts predict that they will increase in 2018.

    How much will mortgage interest rates increase in 2018? That’s anyone’s guess. The good news is that as long as interest rates remain low (currently near 4%), and there is a combination of motivated/serious buyers out there who are searching for homes, you can count on your home selling especially if you plan on listing during the holidays.

    A Well-Priced, Market Ready Home Will Always Sell

    At Fred Sed Realty we can tell you based on our years of experience that a well-priced, market-ready home in Southern California will always sell regardless if it’s listed in November/December or January/February.

    In other Real Estate markets some owners may wait to sell their homes until spring or summer but thanks to the great weather we enjoy in SoCal, combined with low mortgage interest rates and a huge demand for Real Estate, you can expect to sell your home regardless of the time of year you choose to list it.

    Get Started with Selling Your Home Now

    To get started with selling your home contact Fred Sed Realty today by calling us at (800) 921-9231 or connect with Fred Sed Realty online through our website.

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