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Why you Should Sell your Property in Autumn

By Nina Brown

March, summer is coming to a close and autumn is beginning. Autumn is a great time to prepare your house for sale, making it stand out from all others is a big must! If you’re thinking of selling your property this autumn you have the right idea as this is a very busy time for prospective buyers.

Spring time was considered the best time to sell as the football season was over and more people would attend weekend home opens. Spring time is also a great time to have the garden looking wonderful as the weather is getting better.

The problem with selling in Spring is if everyone else thinks that this is a good time to sell, they too will put their property on their market, thus increasing supply and possibly dampening demand.

Many people make New Year’s resolutions and use the start of the year as a time to act. If they have thought about buying property for a long time but have never done anything about it, the first few months of the year will be when they are most active. Many prospective purchasers are looking for property at this time of year.

The weather is great as we are moving from the hot and harsh summer to the milder months of March, April and May. People are more likely to attend home opens if the weather is less hot and humid. Also autumn is a spectacular time for gardens as colours are changing all around you property, giving a vivid lift to the scenery.

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