The Monday after the Super Bowl, marks the start of the spring season for real estate. Yes, some will argue that there are some strategic upsides to selling in the winter, but there can be no denying that it is the slowest period of the year, for buyers and sellers alike. For buyers, there are fewer listings on the market to choose from; for sellers, the unpleasant weather, the busy holiday rush, and the lack of options means that fewer people will be looking to buy at all.
While April to June is often thought of as the hottest period for real estate transactions, serious buyers tend to get started earlier in the spring. Their eagerness to get the deal done is often a major boon for sellers who hit the market at the right time. There’s also less competition for sellers in February and March, before the market really heats up.
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