Buyers and sellers are still active during the holidays and it’s a great time to list to a home. Here are some suggestions to make sure you get the most traction during the holiday season.

Deck the halls!

  • Homes can look their best during the holidays
  • Show buyers that they could spend holidays in the home

homes-holidaysHolidays are a time for giving right?

  • Price the home to sell
  • Throw in something extra so buyers are more motivated

house sold

Weather outside is frightful

  • Have high quality photos and videos of your listings so people don’t have to leave the comfort of their warm homes
  • Photos and videos will grab a potential buyer’s attention online, internet searches surge during the holidays

high quality photos vs. low quality photos

Don’t disappear

  • Work even when you might not want to
  • Stay connected with your sellers
  • Set black out dates before so your clients know when you won’t be available, but stay engaged

happy woman selling a home

Remember: Less is more

  • Less people are selling during the holidays, this shortage of inventory makes it a strong seller’s market

non holiday vs. holiday

  • Patricia

    Getting your photos looking sensational is one of the most important parts of real estate marketing. I’m glad that you emphasize on it. But it’s not so easier to make them as it may seem. The topic https://rentberry.com/blog/real-estate-photography-tips has great tip on how to make a real masterpiece.
    Also, creating a video tour of a property could a great idea as well. It would give prospective buyers a chance to really see the house before they even get to the town to look. However, you should be aware that video can be more expensive to produce, but it can be worth it if you want to stand out.