Home Buying Myths Phase 3
Posted by New Home Resource on October 24, 2014 in
In the world we live in today, many things are unpredictable, especially when it comes to the housing market. It used to be said that there were good times to buy a home and bad times to buy a home. Now, with the excessive use of the Internet, buyers are shopping the housing market 24/7/. This brings us into our third week of Home Buying Myths.
For many years now, real estate has been said to revolve around the school schedule. Parents wanted to buy a home during the summer months so their children could be settled in before school was starting up. That is where the myth started, that spring was the best time to buy, summer was normally slow and fall brought around a new opportunity for buyers and sellers.
In reality, pulling away in the winter and summer seasons does not benefit buyers or sellers. Serious buyers are looking at the market all the time, especially when they are in demand for it, which could be during any season.
Shopping in the middle of winter or the heat of summer could bring amazing opportunities to those buyers determined enough to find their new home. In this day and age, an aggressive buyer can acquire a great home during any season, especially with less competition during summer and winter.
If you are looking for a new home or wanting to sell your current home, please contact a New Home Resource Realtor® today at 702-365-1000. Broker Joanna Piette, and agents Denise Moreno Thrasher, Jessica O’Brien, Evelyn ‘Beng’ Kern, Lance Partin and Kathy Paterniti are all here to help!