Don’t wait for next summer to buy your holiday home – we explain why autumn is a good time to buy.

If you are considering buying a holiday home you might be tempted to look at properties during the busy peak season from May to August, but this is not always a good idea. As summer fades away perhaps you are busy getting the kids back to school or focusing on work? We explain with our top 10 Reasons to Buy a Holiday Home this September.

  1. Many holiday homes are let through the peak summer season which can make viewings difficult.
  2. Many holiday home owners put a property up for sale at the end of summer so there is more choice.
  3. Now is a good time to buy for Brits because of the favourable exchange rates.
  4. Travel is generally cheaper off-season so you can make more trips for less.
  5. It is a good idea to view properties out-of-season so you can assess its potential as a year-round location
  6. Many sellers are more open to price negotiation to avoid the costs of winter maintenance
  7. Winter is a good time to complete any renovations in preparation for summer as tradesmen are less busy
  8. Banks, lawyers and other property professionals are less busy in winter so you are likely to receive better, faster service
  9. If you want to let your property for the following year you have more time to advertise your property for bookings
  10. There is a great selection of properties abroad with the iProperty Company – buying direct from the owner can save you even more money!

Why not take at a look at some of the great holiday homes on offer now? Some offer great discounts.

Finca EsporlesBeautiful Finca in Esporles Mallorca, Spain

Apartment in Barcelona5 bedroom House for Sale in Barcelona

Apartment in Italy1 Bedroom Apartment in Viddalba, ItalyHouse in France Beautiful House in Loperhet, France

House in FranceStunning 3 bedroom House in Evian-Les-Bains, France

House in Cyprus2 Bedroom House in Limassol, Cyprus

House in Portugal3 Bedroom House in Prazeres, Portugal





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