- What are your neighbors doing? If all of your neighbors are waiting until spring to put your home on the market, that means your competition will go up in the spring. Generally, when competition goes up, home prices tend to go down.
- Pay attention to pricing and positioning. Make sure you price and position your home properly in the market. As far as positioning, it can be beneficial to be on the market when most of your neighbors are not. You should also make sure that your home is priced competitively for the market.
- What kind of home are you selling? Are you selling a condo, a single-family home, or a townhome? Depending on what kind of property you are selling, you will be working to attract a different kind of buyer.
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