As Fall sets in and the leaves begin to change, fireplaces are lit and many sellers believe their homes won’t sell in these cooler seasons. This is not the truth!
Some Things To Consider Before Pulling Your Home Off The Market In The Fall and Winter.
Fewer Competitors – Because of the common myth that homes don’t sell this time of year you will have less competition to worry about.
Emotional Connections – We all know Holiday cheer pulls at our heart strings and this is the perfect time to properly stage your home to be warm & inviting. Festive dining rooms, Christmas lights and glowing fireplaces make it easy for potential buyers to imagine their family happily in your home.
Fewer “Window Shoppers” – During the warm sunny days of summer many prospects are simply looking, but are not serious about buying anytime soon. Staying competitive in the Fall & Winter keeps your property available for those serious buyers who are looking to relocate, kick off the New Year in a new home and benefit from quicker real estate transactions. Fall & Winter real estate markets typically see fewer transactions meaning inspectors, mortgage lenders etc have more time to help you close your home sale!
With Halloween kicking off the Holiday Season we want to make sure you are ready for a spooktacular time!
The History Of Halloween
Halloween or All Hallows Eve has long been celebrated as a time when the boundaries between the worlds of the living and the dead roamed together. People would light bonfires and disguise themselves in costumes to hide from visiting ghosts. Over time, Halloween as we now know it, has transformed into a family friendly community event with games and trick-or-treating.
Montana Haunted Road Trip
The best way to start a haunted road trip is definitely visiting Montana’s most haunted buildings. Luckily, Montana happens to be full of haunted places, from our oldest mansions and hotels to our deserted mining towns.
Click here or the map above for more details about these spooky destinations.