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Oliver Reprich

Oliver Reprich Muskoka REALTOR

When should you sell?

Buyer's and seller's markets explained

When there are lots of people looking for homes but not many for sale, it's called a 'seller's market'. When there are lots of homes for sale and not many people buying them, it's called a 'buyer's market'.

Wait for the market to improve?

If you're selling one home and buying another, you don't really have to worry about playing the market. If you sell your existing home for a 'low' price, you're probably also buying at a low price.

Seasonality. Do home sales get frostbite?

It's true. Winter sales tend to be slower, and spring sales are more brisk.


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