Kids, Holidays Drive Winter Housing Market
1 December 2011 - 19:35, by , in news, No comments

Housing market analysts have long been aware that prospective homebuyers manage their purchasing schedule in accordance with their children’s school schedules, which means sales usually drop off after August. Planning for and participating in the holidays also drives down sales, and these two factors can pave the way for even better winter deals for buyers. Real estate specialists note, however, that sellers can take advantage of the season by stoking the fireplace, putting extra effort into holiday decorations and treating visitors to seasonal treats like spiced cider and cookies to get nostalgia to work in their favor.  For more on this continue reading the following article from The Street.

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