If it Looks Like Spring and Feels Like Spring…

February 25, 2017

For the first time in many years, no one needs to ask…

Is it Spring Yet?

With 70-degree days and flowers beginning to bloom, it’s hard to believe it’s only February.

Each year, buyers begin the year wishing for more inventory and ladder against a row houserarely see much at all until a week or two after the Super Bowl. Sellers want to know if it’s better to get their home on the market earlier or later. The answer is that if it looks like Spring and feels like Spring, then it’s Spring Market time.

Buyers are out and looking at homes. There is nothing keeping them inside right now. The weather is wonderful and there is enough inventory in most neighborhoods in the DC Metropolitan Area to get people out to see one or more homes each weekend.

Sellers Get Ready!

If you’re thinking about selling, now is the time to get your home ready. If you’re not sure where to begin, give me a call. I will send you a pre-listing packet to get you thinking about your home. Then I will meet with you to discuss how much your home is worth, how to maximize your return, how I would market your home, and what repairs I’d recommend.

If you’d like the Hollish Hill Group to list your home, I’ll send over our stager and a contractor to give you prices for any work that you’d like to do on your home before listing it. We make it very easy for you.

Buyers – Be Explorers!

If you’re thinking about buying a home, don’t let the home buying process intimidate you. Get out and discover new neighborhoods. As the weather gets warmer, and more people are outside, you’ll have a better opportunity to talk with people about their community. Never hesitate to ask people Hollish Hill Groupwho already live in a neighborhood, what they like most AND least about where they live. Their answers may surprise you.

So, if you or someone you know is thinking about selling, buying or renting a home, give me a call to Get Started.

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