[:en]Proof that NOW is a Good Time to Sell[:es]Prueba de que AHORA es un buen momento para vender[:]

[:en]Most homeowners believe that the winter is not a good time to sell. This belief is based on the fact that historically the number of buyers decreases in the winter and then increases dramatically during the spring buying market. Though this is still true, there is an interesting pattern developing over the last few months.

The number of prospective purchasers actively looking at a home (foot traffic) has remained strong going into the fall. As a matter of fact, the foot traffic far exceeds the numbers reported for the same months last year (see chart):

Foot Traffic Still High
At the same time, the National Association of Realtors revealed that the months’ supply of housing inventory has decreased from 5.5 months to 5.3. That equates to less competition for homeowners selling today as compared to next spring when many homeowners will decide to put their home on the market.

Bottom Line

Since buying activity is still strong, this might be a great time to put your house on the market.[:es]Proof that NOW is a Good Time to Sell | Keeping Current Matters

La mayoría de los propietarios de casa creen que el invierno no es un buen momento para vender. Esta creencia es basada en el hecho que históricamente el número de compradores disminuye en el invierno y luego aumenta drásticamente durante el mercado de los compradores de la primavera. Aunque esto es cierto, hay un patrón interesante desarrollándose durante los últimos meses.

El número de compradores potenciales activamente mirando una casa (tránsito peatonal –Foot traffic como se le conoce en inglés) se ha mantenido fuerte en el otoño. De hecho, el tránsito peatonal ha excedido los números informados en los mismos meses del año pasado (ver la gráfica):

foot traffic SP

Al mismo tiempo, La Asociación Nacional de Realtors revelo que el suministro mensual del inventario de la vivienda ha disminuido de 5.5 meses a 5.3. Lo que equivale a menos competencia para los vendedores en el mercado actual comparado a la próxima primavera cuando muchos propietarios de casa se decidirán a poner su casa en el mercado.

En conclusión

Ya que la actividad de compra sigue siendo fuerte, este puede ser un gran momento para poner su casa en el mercado.[:]

[:en]Proof that NOW is a Good Time to Sell[:es]Prueba de que AHORA es un buen momento para vender[:]



[:en]Most homeowners believe that the winter is not a good time to sell. This belief is based on the fact that historically the number of buyers decreases in the winter and then increases dramatically during the spring buying market. Though this is still true, there is an interesting pattern developing over the last few months. ...

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[:en]Proof that NOW is a Good Time to Sell[:es]Prueba de que AHORA es un buen momento para vender[:]



[:en]Most homeowners believe that the winter is not a good time to sell. This belief is based on the fact that historically the number of buyers decreases in the winter and then increases dramatically during the spring buying market. Though this is still true, there is an interesting pattern developing over the last few months.

The number of prospective purchasers actively looking at a home (foot traffic) has remained strong going into the fall. As a matter of fact, the foot traffic far exceeds the numbers reported for the same months last year (see chart):

Foot Traffic Still High
At the same time, the National Association of Realtors revealed that the months’ supply of housing inventory has decreased from 5.5 months to 5.3. That equates to less competition for homeowners selling today as compared to next spring when many homeowners will decide to put their home on the market.

Bottom Line

Since buying activity is still strong, this might be a great time to put your house on the market.[:es]Proof that NOW is a Good Time to Sell | Keeping Current Matters

La mayoría de los propietarios de casa creen que el invierno no es un buen momento para vender. Esta creencia es basada en el hecho que históricamente el número de compradores disminuye en el invierno y luego aumenta drásticamente durante el mercado de los compradores de la primavera. Aunque esto es cierto, hay un patrón interesante desarrollándose durante los últimos meses.

El número de compradores potenciales activamente mirando una casa (tránsito peatonal –Foot traffic como se le conoce en inglés) se ha mantenido fuerte en el otoño. De hecho, el tránsito peatonal ha excedido los números informados en los mismos meses del año pasado (ver la gráfica):

foot traffic SP

Al mismo tiempo, La Asociación Nacional de Realtors revelo que el suministro mensual del inventario de la vivienda ha disminuido de 5.5 meses a 5.3. Lo que equivale a menos competencia para los vendedores en el mercado actual comparado a la próxima primavera cuando muchos propietarios de casa se decidirán a poner su casa en el mercado.

En conclusión

Ya que la actividad de compra sigue siendo fuerte, este puede ser un gran momento para poner su casa en el mercado.[:]

[:en]Proof that NOW is a Good Time to Sell[:es]Prueba de que AHORA es un buen momento para vender[:]



[:en]Most homeowners believe that the winter is not a good time to sell. This belief is based on the fact that historically the number of buyers decreases in the winter and then increases dramatically during the spring buying market. Though this is still true, there is an interesting pattern developing over the last few months. ...

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