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Are the holidays the right time to buy a house?

| Nov 20, 2019 | Real Estate Transactions |

The thought of buying a house can be overwhelming. It requires the buyer to prepare to move his or her stuff, get financing, schedule a home inspection and do various other things just to be able to move into the new house. This can be a daunting prospect, but a person may be especially reluctant to buy a house during the holiday season. While it can be a busy time of year, there are actually many reasons why a person should consider this option.

There are fewer people trying to buy a home during this time of year, so it can mean that a person will have more options available. Additionally, sellers are more ready to sell their home before the new year, which means that they may be willing to negotiate on asking price. A Louisiana buyer looking during the holidays may be able to find a better deal on a dream house than during other times of the year.

There are some tax advantages to buying during the holidays. Due to tax breaks available to homeowners, it may make sense to try and finalize that transaction before the calendar year ends. A buyer may want to consider how to maximize any available benefits by closing on a purchase at the end of the year.

It may be helpful for a potential Louisiana buyer to speak with an attorney about buying a home during the holiday season. It is a major legal and financial transaction, and there are many benefits to having experienced guidance along the way. The holiday season is here, but it’s not too late to move forward with a real estate transaction before the end of the year.