Extreme heat is a trademark of North Texas weather, and it's especially true for Fort Worth in June and July.
Average temperatures during early summer regularly exceed the 90-degree mark. One hundred degree days are often the rule and not the exception. Sweating your way around ultra-exclusive neighborhoods is no way to look for the house of your dreams.
Though the days are shorter in winter, the thermometer is far more accommodating. Average daytime highs hover around 60 degrees between December and February in Fort Worth. Even for the most cold-weather averse individuals, that's an agreeable climate in which to find a home.
More than just comfort, touring homes in winter serve a practical purpose. Those same Tarrant County temperature extremes put plenty of stress on area homes as well.
Considering the majority of area homes are built to provide sanctuary from heat, it's informative to experience a home in colder conditions.
Understandably, most homes in Texas are not winterized to the level of those in colder climates. However, the rare extreme freeze in DFW isn't exactly that rare. The opportunity to tour a home and have it inspected in the year's coldest temperatures helps identify potential (and costly) cold weather concerns.
Ultimately, your home buying schedule isn't always set by the seasons. Your next home purchase occurs when the time is right (or necessary) for you. However, if your plans are flexible, it's worth considering a wintertime home buying experience.
Not only does the potential exist to save a substantial amount of money, but the overall experience proves far more relaxed and enjoyable.
Ready to start your wintertime search for the ideal Fort Worth luxury home? From La Cantera real estate and Colonial Country Club homes for sale to Downtown Fort Worth condos, John Zimmerman and his team will ensure yours is an exemplary home buying experience. Contact The John Zimmerman Group today
and begin your journey with us.