Seasonality Issues

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What to Know About Selling A Seasonal Property

What is A Seasonal Property Typically a seasonal home is a holiday property — for which there’s a specific season where it’s popular. Beach homes, mountain cabins, cottages in high tourist areas all fit into this category. But, this discussion is equally applicable to other permanent homes in coastal, mountain or tourist areas. Understanding theRead More

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Making the Most of Slow Sales Quarters: How to use the extra time to prepare for what’s next

The first quarter of the year is traditionally the slowest in the real estate industry.  But you can use the time to assess and plan for success in the busy months ahead. It’s also a time to hit markets that are not your primary target during the majority of the year, such as rental properties.Read More

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Is There Advantage to Listing Homes During Holiday Season?

The holidays are a busy and emotional rollercoaster for the majority of American families. Parties, school and religious events, shopping—there is a lot to do. And since the modern holiday season is so full-throttle in this country, multiple areas of the economy find themselves greatly affected by the time and money constraints of the averageRead More

houses in neighborhood in summer

Is Summer a Hot Time for Home Sales?

Spring is the best time to list a home, right? It’s what almost all potential sellers you come across are going to ask when they want to sell their house. It’s popular knowledge for licensees, too: March through May is the best time to list because it’s when the lawns are green and flowers areRead More

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