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Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall? When’s the best time to sell and how Ray White Double Bay can help?

By Kenn Leong

When it comes to selling your property, it often feels like it’s never the right time, because as we all know, our houses are homes too. But, when you are ready to part ways with your unique property, you may want to consider selling in springtime.

Come summer each year, there is a smaller demand for homes as there are many properties on the market at this time, but get in just before that, and you might just strike gold.

Spring marks the beginning of the busiest home-selling and home-buying season in most areas. With the warmer weather, more daylight, and the motivation to get a new house in order before the next school calendar begins, buyers are more likely to shop during this time of year.

We know that Spring is the undisputed champion of seasons for selling a home – not only are flowers in bloom and the sky blue for some great marketing photos, but also people are chomping at the bit to get the closing process started so they can be moved in and settled before Autumn.

“At Ray White Double Bay we rely on in-depth research, our extensive market knowledge and current recent comparable sales data to help you not only the right way to sell during this time but also how much to sell for.” Explained Michael Finger, Director at Ray White Double Bay.

He went on to say that with 26 active sales team members and average 35 open for inspections every week, RWDB meets on average 700 prospective buyers weekly. And unlike other agencies, our databases are combined to ensure the very best buyers are sourced for your property. With our help, we can help get your house on the market at the perfect time, and with ease.

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