Vancouver Real Estate Winter Deals Jessi Johnson Interviews Me!


Getting Deals on Vancouver Real Estate in the Winter?

Yes! Time of year matters! I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Jessi Johnson, a Vancouver mortgage broker on buying Vancouver Real Estate in the Winter and whether or not you can get a better deal at that time of year.

Buyers Deterred by Weather, Busy and Distracted with Holidays

The winter, particularly the holiday season, tends to be a quite time in the Vancouver Real Estate market. Buyers are less likely to want to venture out in the cold stormy weather and they are busy and distracted with family and holiday celebrations. Less Buyers out means less demand for real estate. A motivated buyer can use this to their advantage.

Motivated Sellers in Winter, particularly the Holidays

The best time to sell Real Estate in Vancouver is in the Spring (not too hot, lots of sunny days, and no vacations). After that is Autumn (Everyone’s back from vacation, lots of sunny days, and no vacations) and then Summer (Lots of sunny days, but the heat means buyers go to the beach and people are on vacation) and then Winter (See above).

Homeowners hoping to sell their properties over the winter, particularly if they are marketing their property over the Holidays tend to be highly motivated. Motivated Sellers with less Buyers available means that motivated Buyers often get better deals in winter (particularly the Holidays!) when buying than they would at other times of year.

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  1. I agree, most buyers during winter are the far most dedicated to get a house at once thus if we get a call during winter, we get to them more seriously as they are typically sure buyers.


  2. Good to hear from you and Happy New Year!

    Its a tough time of the year to show properties, but winter/holiday real estate buyers tend to be serious if they are going to forgo the festivities.

    How is the real estate market in Barrie?

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