How seasonality works in our market and the best time to buy.
Today I’ll talk about the differences between the off-season and the strong season. Around the Super Bowl, we typically see a surge in listings. When a home next door is up for sale, it can entice neighbors to put their houses up for sale as well. It’s important to have a comparable property that supports their price. This typically happens in spring and summer, and the more listings you see, the more buyers you’ll find looking around.
Summer is when we see the most variety of inventory on the market. After Labor Day, the number of homes on the market starts to dip. This is the typical seasonality we see in our market. If you are looking to sell your home soon, you might want to do it sometime around mid-February to early March so that you can get as many buyers looking at it as possible over the busy summer months.
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