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We get asked all the time whether or not Sellers should try and put their homes up for sale around the holidays. Do Sarasota Mobile Homes Sell During The Holidays? We got asked a lot of this question.

Oftentimes, many Sellers feel that having a home for sale during a holiday, whether it be July 4th or Christmas time is a fruitless task and one that will bring on more stress than what it’s even worth.

With all the excitement and planning that has to do with a Holiday, do they want to have a home for sale?

Even if they do have it for sale, will the additional stress of keeping a home ready for showings even be worth it?

Are home Buyers even looking to purchase homes during particular holidays?

Or is there a better chance to have a Buyer come forth on some holidays as opposed to others?

Now, that’s a loaded question. So allow us to take a little bit of time and answer that.

While keeping a home ready for showings is a stressful experience, we have found that no matter what time of year a Seller decides to sell their mobile home, there will always be Buyers looking to purchase it.

The reason is that when priced correctly and marketed right, mobile homes on leased land in and around Sarasota, Florida, will usually always sell.

Sarasota, and for that matter, much of the Gulf Coast, is a destination location for many. Meaning that folks specifically come here regardless of what time of year it is to enjoy all this beautiful area has to offer.

Many Buyers will be in the area when they have time off work to spend time with family and friends who are already living and experiencing the Florida lifestyle.

Knowing Buyers will already be in the area and motivated to buy since they are having fun with their friends makes it a perfect time to have your mobile home for sale!

Why do people visit Sarasota Florida during holidays?

Located between St. Petersburg and Cape Coral in the central part of the west coast of the State along the Gulf of Mexico, Sarasota is known for its natural, historical, and cultural attractions. It is conveniently located next to Interstate 75, one of the main North-South highways in Florida.

Near other popular destination cities such as Punta Gorda, Fort Myers, and Tampa, there are also a variety of one-day excursion options, for those who do not mind spending a few hours in the car.

1). Sarasota farmers market

The Sarasota Farmers Market has been in existence since 1979. It is open all year, it rains or thunder, and it takes place every Saturday from 7 a.m. Until 1 P.M.

Although the market is probably better known for its fantastic variety of freshly cultivated fruits and vegetables, it is also full of other excellent products, many of which will not find any other place.

Sarasota mobile homes

Sarasota mobile home

Arts and crafts, health and body products, freshly baked products, and prepared foods such as honey, pasta,  and sauce are available in abundance. You will not want to miss a cup of vitamin C full of Florida Oj newly squeezed.

2). The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art

Located on Bay Shore Road in Sarasota, the extensive lands that house the John and Mable Ringling Museum are full of incredibly original and reproductive arts and architectures of the classical, Roman Greek, and Renaissance times that make many visitors feel that they have been transported At a different moment and place. Consider taking advantage of the many free tours the facility offers.

3). Spring training site of the Baltimore Orioles
Sarasota is home to the spring training games of the Baltimore Orioles at Ed Smith Stadium.

The stadium is conveniently located a few miles from I-75, near the center of Sarasota. There are always several home games per season that offer all residents time to have a nice afternoon out at the ballpark

4). Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium

Located in Ken Thompson Parkway, the Marino Mote Laboratory and Aquarium presents a variety of exhibitions that include fascinating marine animals such as turtles, eels, and otters. There is even a dedicated shark tank that contains more than 100,000 gallons of water.

Although the admission cost is relatively high, most guests discover that it is a good value, taking into account everything to see and do.

The installation houses an annual reptile exhibition presented by American whore and crocodiles and is one of the favorites for both adults and children.

The Mote Aquarium offers several annual reptile shows that are a hit for all ages! The Mote offers free parking and public transport from Sarasota is available.

5). Myakka River State Park

Composed of a variety of unique habitats such as meadows, lakes, rivers, and wetlands, the Myakka River State Park extends for almost 60 square miles. It offers visitors a variety of activity options that will personally bring them closer to the natural world.

Hiking, cycling, fishing, and kayaking are among the most popular activities while guided tours are also available throughout the park

There are many reasons why people visit Sarasota during the Holidays. If you are looking to sell your mobile home during the Holiday season then this is certainly a great time to do so!

We understand that having a home for sale during the holidays can be stressful, but we also know that continuing to live in and pay for a home that you don’t want to be in any longer, is also a stressful situation too!

We believe if you are serious about selling or buying a mobile home in and around the Sarasota area, that shopping and listing mobile homes during that Holiday season is a great time to do it!

This is Mark Kaiser with The Mobile Home Dealer and we help mobile home Buyers and Sellers get to a better place in life.

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