Here’s why you don’t necessarily have to sell in the spring.
Now that we’re more than halfway through May, some sellers are thinking they missed the market. Spring is when you’re supposed to put your home on the market, right? Well, I have great news: The Nashville market has become less and less seasonal over the past five years. Some neighborhoods are more desirable during months outside of spring.
Don’t feel like you’ve missed the boat. The rule that spring is when you’re supposed to sell your home doesn’t apply anymore, so don’t worry about it. You can still monetize your property’s sale very well. In Crieve Hall, for example, fall is one of the top times to sell. The trees look gorgeous, and it gets everyone feeling nostalgic. Spring, on the other hand, can get too busy for home sellers.
“The rule that spring is when you’re supposed to sell your home doesn’t apply anymore.”
Don’t be afraid to call my team and me about selling your home outside of the spring market. As I said, seasonality has flattened in Nashville. We used to be a roller coaster—spring was up, summer was down, fall was up, and winter was in the tank—but that’s not the case anymore. Last year, our busiest month was December.
Don’t be afraid of any season. That said, you should always be prepared no matter when you plan on selling.
If you’re ready to put your home on the market or have any real estate needs at all, feel free to reach out to me. I’d love to hear from you.