It’s official, Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow on Groundhog Day, which they say means spring will come earlier. Now obviously a groundhog is not a meteorologist. However, we are hoping this is true especially after the recent blizzard that hit the area.
So, what does this mean if you are considering putting your home on the market this spring?
Regardless of when temperatures start to rise – March, April, or May – you should absolutely start meeting with real estate agents.
If you don’t currently know a realtor that you trust, reach out to us and find out if we are a good fit for you by filling out our form here http://realestatearoundphilly.com/contact-us/
Some of us are already doing our taxes and the Spring train will be rolling in fast.
There are other ways that you can prepare to list your home.
Get a jump on the spring cleaning now. Check out the Ap http://us.wallapop.com/ to sell your unwanted stuff. Donate some stuff and toss the rest.
You can also start painting now. Nothing makes a house look as clean as fresh paint. Pro tip – remember to spackle and sand before painting because it matters.
You can also make a list of outdoor projects that you need to tackle as soon as it warms up. Did your sidewalks take a hit from too much salt and are they in need of patchwork?
How else can we help us this spring? Please let us know at http://realestatearoundphilly.com/contact-us/