Are you trying to sell your home at a bad time of year?
You might not know this, but real estate markets fluctuate significantly from season to season, month to month, and even year to year.
And we’re not just talking about the nationwide market, but even just our market here in Metro Detroit fluctuates dramatically.
Sometimes, bigger homes sell. Other times, small homes are in high demand. And still other times, selling is just plain hard.
At Mitten Made Properties, we keep our fingers on the pulse of Metro Detroit’s market.
And if you’re struggling to sell your home, it might just be because it’s a bad time.
Here are some things you might consider doing…
Wait Until The Market Improves — If your home isn’t selling in the current market, you can always just wait until it improves. The market will always have highs and lows, so if you’re not on a tight schedule to sell, then this is certainly an option.
Lower Your Asking Price — When there is a lack of demand for the type of home that you’re selling, lowering your asking price is one simple way to increase your chances of closing the deal. The bummer here, of course, is that you might not get as much money as you were hoping you would.
Sell to a Professional Homebuyer — You might not know this, but you can also sell to a professional homebuyer like us over at Mitten Made Properties. We can pay cash for your home, buy it as-is, and close in as little as two weeks. You can give us a call at (248) 883-3340 to get your fair cash offer!