Why Autumn Is A Great Time To Sell!
We feel like Autumn does not get the credit it deserves… While Spring is officially selling season, we know that Autumn provides so many positives for buyers and sellers alike! So please snuggle up with a cup of tea, and find out why Autumn is a GREAT time to sell.
- We would argue that Autumn feels like the beginning of the year. Summer kicks off on December 1st, school holidays begin, work wraps up for the year and everyone is officially on holiday mode until well into February. By the time March rolls around, it’s time to get back into the swing of things. Wouldn’t it be nice to start the year in a new home? Or kick off 2021 with your first investment property. The Summer holidays are a time to research the market, but Autumn is time to get serious about your property goals.
- The weather speaks for itself. Property photographers LOVE to shoot in Autumn, capturing the beautiful change of season, falling leaves and bright Autumn hues. While it may take a little bit more raking or maintenance, a beautiful Autumn dusk shot will definitely speak to potential buyers!
- In Australia, we are very lucky to enjoy quite a few public holidays and long weekends in Autumn! Labour Day, Easter and ANZAC Day to name a few. While some people will get away for a holiday, serious property hunters will spend those long weekends attending inspections, auctions and even moving into their brand new homes! Take advantage of this time of the year and cater to your potential buyers.
- Most people work towards the Spring selling season, creating a highly saturated market at that time of year. Autumn however, doesn’t attract the same numbers of properties to market – meaning your property WILL be seen, there’s less competition and your odds of converting to sale are increased!
Autumn has the potential to be the best selling season on record, with pent up demand and buyers ready to find their dream properties. If you’d like to take you property to market this Autumn, enlist our team of trusted experts today!