When Is The Best Time to Sell Your Florida House?

At some point or another, every family considers selling their home. But, when is the best time to reach prospective buyers in YOUR local market? And is there a less stressful time of year to sell?

Discover When You Should Sell Your Miami House.

In our latest post, we will help you figure out when the best time to sell your Florida house is.

The Best Time to Sell Your Miami Home

Is there a particular season that is better than the others? 

It’s said that most people are buying real estate in the spring and early summer. Schools out and moving becomes a much simpler process if you can drop the kids off at the grandparents for a couple of weeks. Plus, chances are you can rely on the weather to be clear ensuring your house-hunting plans run smoothly.

Statistics also show that more people purchase properties when it’s warm, so you will likely have a larger pool of prospective buyers! We recommend you start spring cleaning in February or March to prep your home and get ready to list sometime between April and June!

Are you ready to sell?

You need to first ask yourself if you are financially ready to sell.

There are a variety of expensive costs associated with selling your home that can add up far too easily. From cleaning, general maintenance, repairs, and staging your home properly, it’s no surprise that a fair number of homeowners fail to calculate their finances accordingly.

Plus, there are a number of other issues that can stress you out and make you sell for less than you hoped.

Do you need to move by a certain date? Or get another mortgage for a new house?

Are you and your family emotionally ready? If the move isn’t necessary right this instant, double-check that it really the best time to go. Are your kids almost out of school?

Are you 100% certain you want to leave your friends, job, and community? Make sure you know you’re making the right choice before impacting your family with such a big change.

What the stats say

Nationwide, homes listed between May 1 and May 15 sold around nine days faster and for nearly 1% more than the average listing, according to Zillow. Your real estate agent may have different advice based on local market trends.

When it comes to what day you should list on, Saturday is a favorable option since most people have the time to actually sit down and peruse listings. And since listings are often ordered with “most recent” as the default filter, listing on the day more people are looking will help you to get more views. Listing on a Friday is the 2nd best way to go statistically!

In some parts of the country, houses are selling 1-3% higher in May. So, do your homework and research annual housing trends for your particular neighborhood! If you have questions, Sunshine State Buyers would be more than happy to help you review historical trends!

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Being Different Can Be Beneficial

While summer is preferred by many sellers, breaking trend can be surprisingly beneficial. There’s something to be said about not following the crowd. Plus, selling in the offseason can have its perks as well. There may be less buyers but chances are they’ll be less available homes, giving you the opportunity to make your house stand out more than it would in a saturated market.

Are you interested in selling your Miami home? If so, we can help you sell your house fast!
Send us a message now or give our team a call! We are ready to answer all your questions so you can sell your Miami home fast! (305) 916-3328

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David Veras

David Veras was born in Hialeah, Florida and has been involved in Real Estate since February 2019.

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