Congratulations! You have taken a huge step and decided to sell your home and put it on the market. Putting your home on the market means hiring a qualified agent, coming up with the market price, having professional photos taken, and then selecting the launch date. Furthermore, this decision can be truly nerve-racking, even for the seasoned veteran who has previously sold several homes. Moreover, it is an important day because it might determine how quickly your home will sell. Below, find three ideas that will help you make that ever-important decision. What is the best day to put your home on the market?
The Best Day to Put Your Home on the Market
In my professional opinion, the best day to put your home on the market is Thursday. Thursday is not quite the weekend, but it is a day toward the end of the week. Thursday is important because it precedes the weekend; it is when buyers begin their searches for weekend showings and Saturday and Sunday open houses.
The Best Week to Put Your Home on the Market
The best week to put your home on the market is the first week of the month. During the last week of the month, buyers are preparing for showings for the first weekend of the month. In residential sales, the busiest weeks are the last and first ones of the month.
The Best Month to Put Your Home on the Market
The best month to put your home on the market is the beautiful spring month of April. In April, the weather is warmer and the days are longer due to daylight savings time in the United States. The flowers bloom, the grass is green, and the sun shines. Some sellers go green, and the solar panels glimmer. The winter slump is over, and most buyers are in very good moods due to the weather as well as year-end or quarterly bonuses and tax refund checks that begin to hit bank accounts.
In short, if you put your house on the market during the first week of this month or the next following months on a Thursday, you will increase your ability to showcase your home to many buyers. Accordingly, you would be positioning your home for the most interested and ready, willing, and able buyers in the market. Best of luck to you all and Happy Spring.