Is keeping your home on the market during the Holidays a good idea for a seller? It all depends on a number of factors. The length of time the property has already been marketed is one important gauge. Homes and streets decorated with Holiday lights are attractive features that could be an incentive for buyers looking for a stable and friendly neighborhood.
A lot hinges on the amount of activity your home has had to that point. Properties that are not being shown prior to the Holidays will not magically heat up during that festive end of the year period. There’s only one reason why a property lacks prospect activity and that’s the price is not conducive to market conditions such as the location and or property condition.
There are many positives for families that keeps their home on the market this Holiday season. Number one and foremost, buyers are still actively out looking and buying homes because of the excellent mortgage rates. The other factor working in the sellers favor are the extremely low amount of competition from other properties on the market. Here are a few rational reasons to keep your home on the market.
a.) Buyers who look for a house during the Holidays are generally more serious, motivated, and have more time to look