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3 Cool Hacks for Summertime House Hunting

3 Cool Hacks for Summertime House Hunting

We all know Arizona is notorious for having over three hundred days of sunshine, so it’s no surprise that at some point you may find yourself house hunting in the summer. Though summer isn’t “officially” here yet, there’s no denying that Arizona’s temperatures are on the rise. Wondering how you’re going to survive searching for a home in the heat? Here are 3 cool hacks for house hunting in the summer.

1.) Start early

Not interested in house hunting mid-day in 115 degree weather? Try to schedule your showings in the morning between 8:30 am and noon before things really start to heat up. Can’t do mornings? Ask your real estate agent if you can see homes in the early evenings between 5:30 pm and 8:00 pm. It may still be warm out, but it’ll be a lot more bearable and not as blazing hot.

2.) Plan ahead

Depending on where the homes you want to view are located, it’d be best to have your Realtor® map out homes that are close to one another. Having a clear plan of which homes you want to visit will help lessen the amount of time you’re traveling in the heat.

3.) Hydrate often

House hunting while dehydrated could seriously dampen the joy of the experience as well as cloud your judgement. Drinking plenty of water and staying hydrated is extremely important in dry climates like Arizona and especially during the hottest months of the year. Pack a few bottles of water with you while you work up a sweat shopping for your new Arizona home.

Don’t let fear of heat stroke keep you from house hunting this summer, because summer is the perfect time to buy! If you’re looking to buy or sell a home in the Phoenix area, please contact The Nate Martinez Team regarding any real estate need, whether large or small.  We will help you with the entire home selling and buying process and be sure to make your experience a positive memorable one every step of the way!

With Appreciation,

Nate Martinez, RE/MAX Professionals


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