Consumers typically buy homes in the spring and summer, so the demand for housing during winter months ismuch lower. You’ll have fewer buyers to compete with, making it the ideal time to purchase a home!
In the winter, the number of homes for sale may be higher than the number of interested homebuyers.Sellers lower their prices to entice buyers, so you’re likely to get a great deal on a home.
Slower traﬃc in the winter motivates sellers more than ever. They’re not only willing to sell at lower prices, but also
quicker to negotiate closing costs, closing dates or even the terms of the sale. All good things for the homebuyer!
FEWER OFFERS ON YOUR DREAM HOME
If there aren’t as many buyers in the market for a home, there will likely be fewer oﬀers on the home you havegot your eye on. The chances of a seller accepting your oﬀer go way up!
Because there are fewer buyers in the winter, Realtors have more availability. They’ll have ample time to focuson your needs and work harder to ﬁnd the right home for you and negotiate the sale eﬀectively.