There’s no shortage of advice online about the best time to list, and it all goes something like this: The vast majority of home sales occur when the weather heats up, and homes sold during this time of year tend to attract high prices. Conventional wisdom tells us it’s best to list early in the year. That way, you’re sure to benefit from the Spring peak in sales, and the premium pricing during the warmer months as well. List too late, we’re warned, and you could miss this warm weather bump.
At first blush, this conventional wisdom seems particularly wise. After all, there’s one thing that all homeowners looking to sell have in common — they want to do so as quickly as possible, and for as much money as possible. Listing early, in theory, means
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Here we are with the latest on how the market is going in Seattle and there's a lot of great information to share in the infographic below. Generally speaking, we're still short on inventory of homes for buyers to choose from. While inventory is down, other key indicators are all showing gains due to the tight market. Need some insight on how this info applies to your plans? Contact me.
By the way, look at those average sold prices. If they sold with The Cascade Team's full service for 1% listing fees, a condo seller would have saved over $12,000. A home seller would have saved over $17,000!