Tuesday, March 3, 2020 / by Nikki Keye
Spring is traditionally thought of as the start of the home buying season. Harsh winter weather begins to fade and interested buyers become more active. Because of this, homeowners who hope to sell often wait for spring to list their home. But what is the best time to put your home up for sale, if you want to get the best price for it? Well, it depends on where you are in the country. Naturally, in warmer parts of the country, it comes earlier than in others. For example, late March is the best time for selling in San Diego, but Cincinnati homeowners do better in early July. Generally speaking, though, the first two weeks of May brings the highest premium for homeowners with a house for sale. In fact, according to one recent analysis, sellers who list their homes during the first half of May get $2,100 more for their house.
In the Wasatch Back inventory is so low, now is the best time to list your home! Of course, the right time for you will likely depend on your particular circumstance but, if you're ready to sell there are buyers circling and waiting for new inventory to hit the market. Of course, no one is ready to overpay for your home so what we are finding is that well-priced homes go quickly, overpriced homes sit. If you are interested in finding out what your home is worth, click here for a FREE and INSTANT property valuation: https://www.utahmountainhomesearch.com/homevalue/homevaluation