In case you are following what’s occurring in the real estate market right now, you know that many people consider the winter months in Marquette County aren’t a great time to sell a house.
As realtor.com Senior Economist George Ratiu recently stated,
“Sellers tend to be extra reluctant to list through the colder time of year when the market usually makes a seasonal slowdown.”
However, a recent report by ShowingTime reveals how this last 12 months is totally different. Purchaser activity is considerably up in comparison with the identical time last 12 months. The report explains,
“The nation’s 12.6% growth in residence showings compared to 2018 was essentially the most significant jump in buyer visitors through the current four-month streak of year-over-year will increase. The West Area noticed the best growth in activity, with a 23.1% leap – the region’s biggest within the history of the Exhibiting Index.”
The increase has unfold throughout all 4 regions of the nation, as the graph under shows:
In Marquette County, waiting for the “spring buyers market” could be a mistake this year. It appears the buyers are already out and trying to purchase.