Selling Your Home In Winter

Snow might discourage casual buyers and tire kickers, but it's not going to deter people who are on a hunt for their dream home. Because there is less volume on the market, listing and selling your home in winter can be a huge advantage! But those advantages don't come easy, as creating strong curb appeal and enticing opportunities in the winter is a little harder. If you're willing to put in the work and roll up your sleeves, you have the chance to see a great return on your home, as well as having it sold faster. 


Click here for our free resource page with tips for selling your home in the winter, and to give you an extra head start, find a list of links below on how to spruce up your home's curb appeal in the colder months!  



Greenery makes every space more appealing - it's relaxing and brings prospective buyers back to nature. Click here to see eight plants that love winter.


Knick Knacks - While knick-knacks inside the home aren't the best idea, dressing up your front porch to make it warm, friendly, and welcoming makes a great first impression. Click here to see 21 winter porch decorating ideas. 


Outdoor Lighting - Winter means longer nights, so spruce up your home's outdoor lighting. Not only will it add a little drama and romance to your home, but outdoor lighting is also an added safety and security benefit that comes right with your home. Click here to see more on outdoor lighting.

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