Are You Ready to Sell Your Cottage or Recreational Property?
Yes, it’s winter but if you want your property to sell in the spring, this could be your opportunity to get ahead of your competition. Keep reading for some real estate tips if you have waterfront, recreational or raw property in the Ottawa Valley you’d like to sell in 2017.
Although spring is usually the time properties start to sell, buyers begin researching for potentials between January and March. By the time the snow melts, potential buyers already have a list of properties they’d like to view.
#1 Real Estate Tip for Waterfront & Recreational Properties
List Your Property.
In this technology-based day and age, nearly every real estate buyer researches online before taking the time to experience it firsthand. Many may fall in love with a property before they even see it in person!
Simply, if your property isn’t listed, potential buyers most likely won’t know about it.
#2 Real Estate Tip for Recreational & Waterfront Properties
Further Expose Your Property
There are multiple means of electronic communication and in promoting your property... the MLS, websites, blogs, social media, newspapers, open-houses and real estate shows, just to name the most common.
Did you also know that most people have a preferred method of where they get their information?
This means by promoting your property in as many ways and places as possible, you can reach more potential buyers. Although you may be more than capable of doing this yourself, a thorough real estate agent dedicates their time to doing this on your behalf.
The Ottawa Cottage Show & Century 21
We can help you expose your property to potentially 14,000 potential buyers in 2017’s Ottawa Cottage Show at the new EY Centre this coming March 3rd to 5th.
Contact me if you have an Ottawa Valley cottage, recreational or raw property on or near these lakes:
Black Donald Lake