Linda Kay's Real Estate Experience: October 2009

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS- OR SHOULD YOU WAIT UNTIL AFTER THE HOLIDAYS TO SELL YOUR HOME?

NOW is the perfect time to sell your home.  I mean, really, think about it.  the holidays, while busy, are decorative and festive - what better time!

During the holidays, your
home is at it's best, all decked out with decorations and usually cleaner than at any other time during the year.  It's the perfect SHOWCASE for selling your home.



Now, you may talk about how busy you are during this time.  But honestly, how many of those events are actually in your own home?  The answer is probably one or two at most.

So, if you want top dollar, what better time of year could there be to showcase your particular home?  I say, go for it!

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Warmest Regards,

Linda K. Mayer, Realtor, SRES

License # 01767321

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