7 Reasons To Buy A Home In Fall And Winter

Dated: 09/03/2019

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So real estate wisdom tells us that spring and summer is the prime seasons for house hunting and moving. People are more likely to get out and shop when the weather is nice. It is a more pleasant time of year, and sellers know their yards look better when not covered in snow. Yet there are some very logical and compelling reasons for going shopping for a house and moving in the fall/winter as well. There are 7 Reasons below why you should consider buying a home during the fall/winter season.

1. There are Fewer Buyers to Compete With

2. Lower Inventory but Less Competition

3. Lower Prices

4. Motivated Sellers

5. Seller's Circumstances

6. Less Multiple Offers 

7. Motivated Realtors


So looking to buy in the fall/winter, go no further..Contact Me @ 202-270-1236 so I can help you navigate through the Home Buying process...


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Vernessa Broddie

VERNESSA BRODDIE, Realtor EXIT Flagship Realty MISSION STATEMENT: To provide stellar services to my real estate clients who are buying, selling, and/or investing in real property. BIOGRAPHY: ....

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