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Blog :: 01-2013

Not Too Cold to Start Looking

With bone chilling temperatures outside it may be difficult to think about Spring and Summer. However, because purchasing a home is typically the largest financial investment an individual or family will make in a year, it is important to begin planning well ahead of the time you actually want to buy. For most families the preferred buying season is in the Spring or Summer in hopes of making the physical move prior to the upcoming school year.

Although historically there is greater inventory in the Spring and Summer, there are new homes listed every day in Vermont. Even though you may not be ready to look at homes or have even developed your house budget, by starting to follow the new listings now you will develop a better idea of the market and current values. Then when it comes time to get serious about looking in the Spring and Summer you will already have an idea of what your budget can afford. You will also have a good handle on which homes represent good value and which are overpriced.

Stay warm and call us if you have questions about the home buying process. Thank you.

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