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Don’t Wait Until Spring To Sell Your House

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Don't wait until spring to sell your home

If one were to follow the whims of the news media and other not-so-expert sources, you may be led to believe that there is no good news in today’s real estate market.

Conversely, if you contact an expert, like the professionals at True North Real Estate, you will learn that the Door County real estate market is improving, and settling into a new normal. Interest rates are stabilizing, sales are increasing, and more existing homes are coming to the market. 

While this is good news for the market as a whole, it is a particularly strong signal for potential sellers. While some may be spending winter prepping their home for a spring/summer listing, you may want to consider taking steps to list your home as soon as possible. 

With the current low inventory in Door County, interested sellers can get ahead of the competition and take advantage of higher home prices in order to get the best return on their investment.

As we start another year, it’s important to remember that prices and market conditions will always change. Smart sellers should consult with experts and be ready to act fast to maximize their return. If you’re interested in selling your home in Door County, contact True North Real Estate today to learn more about your options in 2024. 

Don’t Wait Until Spring To Sell Your House

door county real estate

trends for fall 2023

New Listings of Existing Homes Increase

December saw an increase in listings of existing homes compared to 2022.

Increased Sales in 4th Quarter

The final quarter of 2023 showed improvement over the first three.

Interest Rates Continue to Improve

Average 30-year fixed-rate mortgages marked their third consecutive month of decline. 

in the words of our customers

We trusted [Kevin Nordahl] with his judgement and knowledge about the current real estate market and ended up with an accepted offer that was fair and fast.


Greg W. and Sue H.

door county happenings

Valentine's at Birch Creek

Valentine’s at Birch Creek

Support Birch Creek and enjoy Music of the Heart performed by Reggie & Mardra Thomas and Rick Haydon.

Door County Short Film Fest

15th Annual Door County Short Film Festival 2024

This year’s festival has a specific theme: Love in Wisconsin.

Door County Cornhole Tournament

Door County Cornhole Tournament

Show off your cornhole skills and raise money for the Friends of Gibraltar at this fun event.

door county living

Spend a week in a door county lighthouse

Washington Island is well-known, but many Door County visitors are unaware that Door County has 35 named islands off of its miles of coastline. Many are private, but a handful are publicly-accessible and offer a rare glimpse of history in an undisturbed, remote setting. 

The Rock Island State Park Lighthouse is staffed by volunteer docents, chosen from a long list of eager applicants. Read on to learn one reporter’s experience living on the island for a week:

What’s it like to spend a week in a historic Door County island lighthouse? Reporter shares her experience.


more of the door

The Door County Bookmobile

A Door County icon returns to the road.

Bookmobile Enters Home Stretch of Restoration Journey

Door County Peninsula

Many retirees choose their favorite vacation destination as new their permanent location.

Door County listed among best places to “escape the rat race”


Interested in a Door County home? Our unique county has an unconventional and competitive real estate market. Our local and independent real estate professionals are long-time residents who dedicate themselves to helping buyers and sellers achieve their goals in Door County.