- Determination. Buyers who appear during the end of year months are almost by definition more determined to find and buy their new home. The holidays make such extra-curricular activities
less convenient, so looky-loos and next-year buyers are largely absent.
- Competition. Waiting for next spring’s expected onslaught of new Boise buyers makes less sense when you consider the expected accompanying onslaught of new Boise listings. Fall and
winter sellers face sparse competition.
- Yard work. With the peak growing season behind us, the coming months require significantly less attention to keep garden and lawn—hence, curb appeal— in showing-ready condition.
- Moving expense. With their peak moving season far in the future, many professional Boise moving outfits offer discounted rates. It makes sense for them: in an average year, more than
40,000,000 Americans will move—and 80% do it between April and September!
- Focus. Fewer sellers and fewer buyers mean both get more attention from all quarters. Loan officers, home inspectors—and just about everybody else whose offices contribute to completing
the sale—all have clearer calendars and less competing demands on their time.
- Kismet factor. You don’t have to be a fatalist to realize that sheer luck is often a factor in selling any Boise house—the uncontrollable factor that makes your ultimate buyer
“just happen” to be looking for a home like yours. If you wait for spring to list, you’ll miss all the buyers who are looking between now and then.
These six are all convincing reasons to consider listing your Boise house sooner rather than later—but it’s also true that some determined autumn prospects have been waiting to see if better bargains will appear. The takeaway: in any season, a realistic
asking price is the best way to draw a crowd. Any time of year, for a no-obligation consultation detailing where your Boise property fits into the current market, give me a call!