You’ve heard friends and family say it, and you may have said it yourself.
“Oh, I’m going to sell!”
It’s said casually, without a real commitment or timeline, with blame placed on politics, taxes, traffic, etc.
With home prices this high, it’s a real temptation because virtually every homeowner can cash out with six or seven figures and leave California for good – which I encourage!
We know you aren’t desperate, you don’t need the money, and you’re not going to give it away. We’ve covered that – heck, I even have a t-shirt!
If making a move is getting to be more than just a temptation, then what should a casual seller focus on?
Know where you are going to move.
Without knowing for sure where they are going to go, people just never get around to selling.
Let me help you – check out my collection here, and take a road trip:
Once you know where, then the next question is when – and look what’s coming in 2020.
We sold houses during Clinton, Bush, Obama, and a couple of years of Trump, so the real estate market won’t come to a halt. But this election cycle is shaping up to be an all-timer!
As we get closer to the election, more people will decide to wait, causing fewer buyers and sellers.
Let’s work it backwards.
Election Day is November 3, 2020, so we should just take October off, and focus on the World Series…..which should include the Padres.
September won’t be any better, and August and July could slow down too, so It would probably be smart to move by May/June – or wait until Selling Season 2021.
Or just get cracking now, while rates are in the mid-3s!
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