With a worldwide health crisis that drove a pause in the economy this year, the housing market was greatly impacted. Many have been eagerly awaiting some bright signs of a recovery. Based
Market Heating Up As The Temps Cool Down
Dated: November 7 2019
The temperatures may be cooling down but our market is still moving well. Homes are selling and the buyers are here to purchase while they enjoy a little nice weather. Hilton Head is known for its milder winters with average temperatures in the 60s but did you know that the winter can be the best time to purchase? The reason is that many vacation rental properties on Hilton Head are now vacant and easier to gain access to for showings. Also, the sellers have now made their busy season income and are now ready to liquidate their investments. This works out well because this is the perfect time to get in and do some updates prior to the next Summer season. It's good to note that while Hilton Head is a wonderful resort town that brings many people here to visit through the Spring and Summer months, the expected "off-season" isn't so off anymore because Hilton Head is gaining more notoriety in the public eye because of all our awards over the past 8 years or so and many people are realizing that this little resort town isn't so sleepy in the winter months. All of our restaurants and shops stay open and you can even get some beach time in on the warmer days.
Sean Henzler is a 2nd generation, Island Native with a true love for the Lowcountry. In 2007 he became a property manager for a vacation rental company, acquiring a wealth of real estate knowledge an....
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