Should you buy now or should you wait until summer to buy a Spring Texas house? If your finances are in order and you have flexibility in your schedule for moving, then buy a house in the fall.
What makes fall the best time of year to buy a house?
Get a lower price – Spring Texas home prices are lower in the fall than in the spring and summer. There is less demand which translates into lower home prices.
Get a better deal – Sellers who have their house on the market in the fall have a NEED to sale and not just a want to sell. Sellers don’t want to have their house lingering on the market into the new year. You will be able to negotiate better terms.
Get better representation – Realtors have more time during the fall season. You will receive more individualized attention and better representation from your agent.
Don’t wait until Spring. Get the best deal on a Spring Texas home by purchasing it in the fall. Call us at 281.804.8626 and let’s get started finding your dream home.
Jill Wente is a phenomenal realtor!!! She recently sold our home that had been a difficult listing. Not only... read moreJill Wente is a phenomenal realtor!!! She recently sold our home that had been a difficult listing. Not only would I not sell a home with any other realtor, I would not buy a home with anyone else. Why? Jill is a Five Star realtor. One has to perform at the top of their profession on a consistent and lengthy basis to receive such a designation. Jill has done so and received this award year after year after year. At our meet and greet get together she offered two transformative suggestions for our home. She continued to propose ideas that led to the sale of our home. Her work ethic was exceptional. She held open houses very frequently. She even picked up leaves when I was busy on another task for a showing. Jill is a wonderful person that really cares about selling your house. Her advice with negotiations and closing was all we could ask for and resulted in us getting our asking price. Trust her. We did and could not be happier. read less