Prevailing wisdom says that the winter months are not a good time to sell a home. But why?
Well, for a start, the weather makes it hard for buyers to get out and view properties. Homes also don't look their absolute best, and most people don't look forward to packing, moving, and unpacking their stuff in the midst of all the snow and ice.
And we're no exception here in Colorado Springs. Though this city is, in many ways, a winter paradise, our potential snow season is long and snowy, especially in March, right before the spring thaw.
Yes, it's great here for skiing and relaxing in front of the fire, but not so much for major life changes.
As a result of all of these factors, less people look to sell in winter, so the holiday season has…