There is probably all kinds of psychology behind this, but all you really need to know is that it happens. Buyers start thawing out well before Spring, and real estate closings start ticking UP by February. Every year. Almost without fail.
And if that’s not incentive enough for you to put down your eggnog and list your home for sale, know this: just as buyers start getting ready to make offers, the number of listings in Lethbridge are at a seasonal LOW. There is actually less inventory to choose from in the Winter months. In other words: it may be cold outside, but January is a HOT time to list.
But don’t take my word for it. The proof’s in the (figgy) pudding:
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*Lethbridge real estate market data provided by the Lethbridge and District Association of REALTORS® and compiled by Karri Flatla. Information herein deemed reliable but not guaranteed.