As the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday season and even into the first few months of the new year, conventional wisdom and opinion is that the real estate market slows down to a crawl and that this is not a good time to buy or a sell. In all my years of real estate experience both traditional and auction method, I have witnessed this slowdown first-hand from mid-November until mid to late February (or longer). Let’s take a closer look at this phenomenon and why you should or shouldn’t make a real estate move during this time.
The Swicegood Group, North Carolina’s Real Estate Auction Experts
Why We’re the Best choice for Real Estate Auctions in Winston Salem, North Carolina
T. Kyle Swicegood, Lead Broker & Auctioneer for The Swicegood Group, Inc. announced Monday that the Historic Myers Home on Arrowhead Road in Mocksville, NC was sold at Auction. The home was sold using simulcast propriety bidding platform of the company. Swicegood called the live bid. There were live bidders and online bidders from the local community as well as two states represented.
This week, two of the Swicegood Group team ladies made their way to Bloomington, Indiana to Indiana University to sharpen their iron; and where iron sharpens iron you see the sparks of enlightenment that the National Auctioneers Association offers. CAI 2020 have a strong group of ladies who are taking this age-old industry into a new generation. For a week, CAI 2020 class, has been taught by some of the industry’s best. The program takes good auctioneers and makes them great!
Growing up in a small town in Northwest Wisconsin, I dreamed of working on a NASCAR race team someday. My Real Estate career has many things in common with racing, and as I stepped away from racing and the hectic life that goes along with it, I kept those racing lessons fresh in my head.