I have been looking to sell my home recently, but I don’t know if there is a particular season or month that will give me the best selling price.
A lot of it has to do with the weather and where your home is located. Many people try to sell their home in the Spring (around early May) because the weather is nicest, so you can usually sell it to people quicker and for more money. However, in some states like Texas and Arizona where it can be 100 degrees in the Spring, this may not be the case. Competition will also be fiercest in the Spring.
In the Summer, a lot of people are also house shopping as daylight lasts longer, so people are more likely to shop for houses. Weather is also nice in most parts of the country, and you can take prettier pictures of your house.
In general, you should try to sell your home when the weather is nice because people are in a better mood, and you can make more money. This is why Spring and Summer are usually popular home-selling seasons.
To maximize the amount of money you see your home for, the best time to sell your home would probably be during spring, during the first two weeks of May, in most areas. In other areas, it may be better to do it early April or June. Summer also has a lot of competition, although it can be very hot during that time and fewer buyers may want to go house-hunting during vacation time. During the winter, buyers tend to be more serious, and fall sellers have less competition and prices for repairs tend to be lower.
Overall, it all depends on the market you’re selling in and what the weather is like in your area as well.