Are the Holidays a good time to sell your home? Research has shown that serious buyers are out this time and less competition really makes it a no brainer.
Holiday Home Selling Myths debunked:
Myth #1: No one wants to buy a home during the holidays. People often believe that during the holidays, the last thing people want to buy is a home. They want to avoid the hassle of looking, closing, and moving. The market just isn’t there.
Fact: Homebuyers who are serious about moving shop 365 days a year. The smart homebuyer knows there won’t be as much risk in getting into a bidding war with other homebuyers. The available homes might be slimmer, but perhaps homebuyers are fine with having fewer options. After all if they want to move in by the end of
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NOVEMBER: To prepare for the approaching winter months, lay out a light layer of compost over your lawn to lock in moisture. Keep the covering thin to avoid blocking too much sunlight.
Flowers to plant: Carnation, Cornflower, Dutch Iris,Ground Orchid, California Poppy and Sweet Pea
Vegetables to plant: Kale, Lettuce, Radish, Spinach
DECEMBER: Winter begins the maintenance phase of lawn care and gardening. Start pruning and putting out frost blankets. Some hardier flowers can still flourish in colder months. Consider varieties to keep color in your garden throughout winter months.
Flowers to plant: Snapdragons, Camellias, Pansies and flowering