When the weather outside is frightful, trudging door to door to look at houses might seem like a fool's errand. Everybody knows spring and summer are the home-buying seasons, and winter is the time when you—and sellers—cool it for a bit and take a break, right?
While it's true that things do slow down in the winter, that's not necessarily a bad thing. Yes, it's cold. Yes, fewer homes are for sale. Yes, moving in a snowstorm is a pain no one should experience. But there are quite a few darned smart reasons to buy a home in the winter. In fact, we'd argue that this might even be the best time to buy a home—if you can. Here's why.
By Jamie Wiebe
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