Spring or Summer? It’s a question that many homeowners face when it comes time to
listing a home for sale. There are pros and cons to both seasons, and the best time to
list your home will depend on your individual circumstances. Let’s consider why a
Seller may wish to list a home in Spring.
The weather is usually mild and pleasant, which makes it easier for buyers to look at
homes and makes it more comfortable when the moving vans roll up.
Spring is often a heavy buying season and can even drive up prices or result in
bidding wars due to low inventory.
The Bottom Line
Ultimately, the best time to list your home will depend on your individual
circumstances. Here are some additional factors to consider when deciding when to
list your home:
Your local market: I am an expert on the local Pleasant Hill housing market. Let me
put my expertise to work for you.
Your financial situation: Do you need to make a move immediately? Do you need
to rent back and remain in the area?
Your personal schedule: Consider carefully your personal and job commitments.
No matter what time of year you decide to list your home, it's important to work with
a qualified real estate agent. A great agent can help you price your home correctly,
stage it for sale (a process I call Wucherizing), and market it to potential buyers. Let’s