What is happening with the Windsor Real Estate Market?
Windsor….how does it hold up to the other cities it borders?
Our market has been very interesting, especially with the late winter we had. I put a listing on at the beginning of the year and got some real good action, but it all came to a halt when we got our first rain…uh….storm. We had so much rain we flooded in a lot of areas around us. And with rain comes house problems: roof leaks, blown down fences, leaking windows, etc. No one was looking at houses. We had a couple of open houses and we basically had neighbors stopping by. But, then we got some great weather….for about a week! Next storm came rolling in, and another and another. Spring Break got our market moving again, along with the Sun!! Sold that home within a week. People were motivated to get out of their homes and start the search. Also, spring break, gets those motivated to Sell knowing school gets out in less than 2 months! Families like to sell homes and moving during the summer so their is no disruption with school. This trend I have seen in my 19 years in the business and it still holds strong today. SO…how are we doing? Well, we are doing great. Average days on market is less than 30 days, since May 1. And if your home is “turn key” reading to just unpack your belongings, those are on market even shorter. I have, also, seen homes going quick with entertaining backyards: lights, grass, fire pits, out door stoves, established flowers & trees. Welcome to 95492, where the medium price range goes quick. If you are looking to Sell, it’s not too late to put your home on market. If you are looking to buy, be sure you are pre-approved and ready to ponce as soon as that house hits the market!! Not much time to “think about it.” My take is that even with all the inventory out there, we still just don’t have enough Medium Priced homes for the active buyers out there. -Mandy Corriea, W Real Estate
Posted on June 26, 2019 at 4:19 pm Mandy Corriea