When you are following what’s taking place in the housing market right now, you understand that many people consider the winter months in St. Croix County aren’t an excellent time to sell a house.
As realtor.com Senior Economist George Ratiu not too long ago noted,
“Sellers tend to be more reluctant to record during the colder time of 12 months when the market sometimes makes a seasonal slowdown.”
Nonetheless, a recent report by ShowingTime reveals how this year is totally different. Purchaser activity is way up compared to the identical time the previous 12 months. The report explains,
“The nation’s 12.6% growth in residence showings compared to 2018 was probably the most significant leap in buyer traffic during the present four-month streak of year-over-year increases. The West Region saw the best progress in activity, with a 23.1% jump – the region’s greatest within the historical past of the Showing Index.”
The increase has unfold across all four regions of the nation, as the graph below reveals:
In St. Croix County, waiting for the “spring home buyers market” may be a mistake this yr. It appears the buyers are already out and trying to buy.