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Five reasons to sell in Spring

By Tamara Speer

Is Spring the best time to sell your home? Here are five reasons why.

Spring is typically one of the busiest seasons for buying and selling. Here are 5 reasons why we think it’s great to sell in Spring.

The buyers are out in droves

With the weather warming up, attending open for inspections is a more pleasant experience, and there are lots of buyers around looking for the perfect property. This means more competition at auctions and stronger negotiations.

There’s lots of competition

With a lot of properties on the market, competition increases and everyone lifts their game to get the best results. Buyers who have been looking for a while will be very serious with their negotiating.

Everyone cheers up

The grey clouds disappear and with them, the gloom of winter making everyone’s outlook just that bit cheerier. People are more pleasant to deal with and more likely to be complimentary about your property.

The gardens are looking their best

Flowers bloom and there’s a blush of green. It means outdoor living is back on everyone’s minds. If your home has a great outdoor aspect or beautiful gardens, you can guarantee that the marketing of your property will be stunning.

Everyone has a goal

The aim of every buyer and seller is to have sold and moved into their new property in good time before Christmas. This gives everyone a great sense of focus which means buyers are more likely to make good offers to get the deal done.

If you’d like to find out more about getting your property on the market and sold this Spring, complete the form below and one of our experienced Sales & Marketing consultants will be in touch.


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