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Spring Selling

Here comes’ the warm sunny days – why spring is the best time to sell a home.

Ahh that feeling of the warm sun on your skin, new leaves and blossoms appearing on the trees, longer days, there are many reasons to love spring, and this is exactly why it is a perfect time to put your home on the market…

Statistics show that at least 5o% of homes are sold in the summer months with more listings and more properties sold than any other season. Core logic RP data shows that that auction clearance rates trends sharply up every Spring, the reasons for this are:

  1. Warmer weather equates to an easier move for potential buyers: Choosing to move your family is stressful no matter what the time of the year, however in summer there are no freezing weather challenges and there are longer days, to add to this children have longer holidays over this period and that time can always be utilised for moving.
  2. Extra equity: Christmas bills are in the rear view mirror. School expenses are winding down towards school holidays…
  3. Aesthetic: your home will always look better when your garden is in full bloom, and the sun is shining on your house.

Seasons aside it is always advisable to look at when is the best time for you to buy or sell your home, our talented team of professionals at Ray White Double Bay who can offer faultless advice to ensure you make the right decision and not simply get caught up in spring fever.

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