Buy a Home in Winter - Ross

As temperatures decrease, so does competition in the home buying market. Although warm weather offers pleasant moving conditions, there are numerous benefits to buying a house in the winter. Motivated sellers are one of the most alluring aspect to buying a house in the winter and will significantly benefit your bottom line.

It’s a buyers market in the winter and sellers are listing their homes at lower prices during the colder months. With fewer homes on the market and less homebuyers wanting to purchase, available homes are priced to sell. It’s also not as likely for a property to receive multiple offers, which means you’ll avoid the dreaded bidding war. 

Buying a home during the winter also gives you the upper hand. No matter the temperature outside, sellers are looking to sell their homes as soon as possible. Typically, there is less market activity around the holidays and winter, which makes sellers list their homes at sellable prices. Take advantage of this knowledge and negotiate the price, or make an offer lower than the listing price.

Another perk motivated sellers bring to the table is time. Time is of the essence in the spring and summer, but that’s not necessarily the case for winter. Most homebuyers have to act fast during the warmer months to secure their dream home due. With less market activity during the winter, homebuyers are able to take things a bit slower, which can be an advantage during one of the biggest purchases of your life! 

Buying a home in the winter will save you time, money and stress. Send us a message to get pre-approved now so you can start searching for a house as soon as possible!

tpascarella

Tim Pascarella is president of Ross Mortgage Corporation. As president, Tim supervises Ross Mortgage’s statewide network of branch offices and branch managers, oversees sales, originates loans, monitors production and drives company goals. With 15 years of experience at Ross Mortgage Corporation, Tim has closed more than 2,000 mortgage loans, totaling more than $500 million. Tim’s business is primarily by referral only, and customer satisfaction is his top priority. Tim is a graduate of Western Michigan University and a native of Bloomfield Hills, MI, where he lives with his wife, four children and dogs. Tim is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys golfing, boating and traveling with his family.

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