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Need To Sell Your Home This Winter? No Worries!

Categories: Home Buying Tips, Home Owner Tips, In The News, New Homes in Raleigh | Posted: September 17, 2018

 

Selling Your Home in Winter

Selling Your Home in the fall and winter months

If you’re currently in the market for new homes in Raleigh or know that is on the horizon for you as fall and winter approach, many homeowners hesitate to list their current home for sale in winter. The winter months typically are looked down upon for listing homes, and most realtors may even recommend you wait until spring. However, Royal Oaks Homes showcases why a recent study by Redfin proves that selling your home in the winter months might actually be a good thing.

While spring may be the home-shopping season for most, listing your home for sale in the later months of the year can give you the upper hand in a lot of cases. When buyers are shopping for homes in the fall or winter, they tend to have more of a sense of urgency. Redfin, an online brokerage, found that the average seller nets more than asking price during the months of December through March, than they do from June through November in an average housing market. Homes listed in winter also sold faster than homes listed in the spring, surprisingly enough.

These findings may have many people in a rush to put their home up for sale before Spring, but timing for home sales is always based on supply and demand. The best way to check your area to see when might be the best time for you to sell your home, if you aren’t on a time crunch, is to understand your local climate.

Check the number of days on the market for your city and the recently sold listings. If most homes re sitting for more than 60 days, it will be safer to hold off until spring when more buyers enter the market. However, if properties are selling quickly, then you can take that as a green light to list your home.

A few tips to help your home sell fast are:

  • Price Your Home Right. If homes are going on the market as quick as they are going off, then you have the flexibility to test the market and price it higher. However, if it is the dead of winter and the market is not as bust, it’s best to price it reasonable to draw in buyers.
  • Schedule a tune-up. Be sure the main issues buyers look at like heating and maintenance are up to speed, as well as clean gutters, air filters, and clean windows are in place. A well kept home is a home that will sell much faster.
  • Brighten your home. Often times, the winter months are gray and gloomy. Be sure to make your home warm and inviting from the minute the buyer drives up. Warm up your curb appeal with clean landscaping and cool-weather plants, and make sure chipped paint and cracked window seals are taken care of. A welcoming house will sell, even in the winter months.

 

 

Royal Oaks Building Group is a new home builder in Raleigh and Fayetteville, North Carolina. For additional information about Royal Oaks building your Raleigh new home, please call (888) 677-1502.

Hurricane Florence Updates

Categories: News | Posted: September 12, 2018

Latest Update –  September 16, 2018 at 8:11 PM

9/16/18 – All model homes and offices will be open and operating on a regular schedule on Monday, September 17, 2018. Now that the storm has passed, our teams will be out in the field assessing damage. As you can imagine, we have received many calls and each one is important and will be returned as quickly as possible. Please continue to check our website for updates and warranty information.

9/15/18 PM – Due to intermittent power outages and flooding in low lying areas, our model homes will remain closed on Sunday, September 16th.

9/15/18 AM – Model Homes will remain closed on Saturday, September 15th.

Hurricane rain stormAs the Raleigh area prepares for Florence we encourage you to be prepared and if you have been ordered to evacuate, do so. This storm is extremely large, powerful and expected to impact our area for several days with record rainfall and high winds. If you experience an emergency during the storm or safety is an immediate concern, please call 911.

Our team is taking every possible precaution to prepare for Florence as there is much uncertainty. Our offices and models will be closed Friday, September 14th and remain closed until we are confident it is safe to reopen. Our teams will be out to assess damage and non-emergency issues as soon as it is safe to do so.

We will post to this webpage with the latest updates including when our offices will reopen and how to report any warranty issues.

Again, please take the proper precautions and stay safe during the storm.

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