Forget Selling in the Spring, Try Selling in the Fall

    Not able to sell home in the Spring or Summer? No worries, Fall is one of the best seasons to sell your home and here’s why:

    The Fall Feeling. Honestly, who doesn’t love Fall? The crisp air, football season, gorgeous weather, the smell of pumpkin and the beautiful landscape of color changing trees! The fireplaces burning and the blankets needed to snuggle up from the chill air. There’s just something about the Fall that makes people feel good.

    The Landscape. Did we mention, the gorgeous color changing that occurs in the Fall? Pictures, are absolutely beautiful in the Fall. It’s the time most families schedule their family photos or companies get their faculty pictures. Homes pictured in the Fall are the most beautiful pictures on the MLS. If you’re planning on selling your home this Fall, just make sure the leaves are cleaned up in your yard. Buyers still want to see the yard’s condition!

    The Look. Decor plays such a large role in selling a home. Fall decor is one of the best types of decor to have in your home. Mums, pumpkins, cornstalks and wooden signs with cute Fall sayings are the perfect selling tool. When walking through your home, buyers will feel like they stepped into a Fall magazine.

    The Smell. Bath and Body Works have turned Fall into one of the most loved seasons because of their notorious candle selection. With their candle scents such as ‘Sweet Cinnamon Pumpkin,’ ‘Autumn Leaves,’ Marshmallow Fireside,’ and more, they’ve become the Fall candle gurus. These scents will make buyers love your home. Selling your home is all about making people feel the warm and fuzzies in your home. The warm and fuzzies are brought out through the look of your home, the smell of your home and the feel of your home. Fall is the easiest way to evoke all those senses! 

    The Timing. With an impending Winter season, buyers will want a quick close. If you’re looking to get out of your house fast, this is the best time to sell. Buyers will want to be moved in and settled before the holidays hit and the weather turns cold.