Is it a Good Time to Sell?

Is it a good time to sell your house? 

At Grand Cedar Properties, if there’s one thing we’ve learned from buying houses in Lansing, it’s that there are TONS of factors to consider when buying or selling a home. 

It’s only natural that sellers want to sell at the best possible time (to get the most bang for that buck). 

So here are some factors to consider…

Demand — Is there more demand for houses in the area or less? If there are more people looking to buy than there are homes on the market, that’s generally a good sign that prices will be going up. 

Seasonality — Is it spring or summer? In most markets, these are the busiest times of year for buying and selling homes. Families with children often want to move when school is out so they don’t have to deal with the hassle of moving during the school year. 

The Economy — How’s the economy in your city or town? If there are a lot of people being laid off or if there are new businesses moving into the area, that can impact the housing market big time. 

All of these factors (and more) can affect the housing market in your area and, ultimately, impact whether or not now is a good time to sell your house. 

Want to sell regardless of market conditions? Then give us a call at 517-797-0129. We can make you a fair cash offer, close in as little as two weeks, and we’ll even pay all closing costs!

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