Pros and Cons of Selling a House During the Fall

An ongoing feature in Tuesday Tactics is our “Great Read Roundup” in which we highlight some of the best pieces we’ve read recently and why they might expand your mind or help with your real estate career.

The Pros and Cons of Selling a House During the Fall

(5-minute read)

From the vibrant-colored trees and cool weather to the cozy sweaters and apple-picking fun, there’s plenty to look forward to when fall rolls around. Of course, home selling and buying aren’t usually one of them. The housing market typically cools off a bit during the fall months for a number of reasons, including 1) school is back in session, which means families are less likely to spend their life and move; 2) peak real estate season (summer) has just ended, meaning inventory is more limited; and 3) the holidays are about to kick off, making it less convenient to move. However, for those who are planning to list their home for sale this fall, there are still plenty of advantages and benefits to doing so. Autumn is typically a time for new beginnings, so it’s only fitting that homeowners may be looking to sell their house and start fresh in a new place. Here are a few pros and cons of selling a house during the fall months.

These Affordable, Small-Space Swaps Will Help You Maximize Every Inch of Your Home

(10-minute read)

Furnishing a new small space or trying to maximize every square inch of your current one is, ironically, no small task. It means getting creative with multifunctional pieces, planning ahead to maximize storage, and, of course, finding furniture that’s small and stylish enough to make it all happen. Walmart’s huge collection of furniture, appliances, and home accessories includes an impressive number of items that are perfect for small spaces—and a surprising number of them are under $100. We took a look through the selection of small-space solutions, room by room, to find the cream of the crop.

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