When Does The Spring Market End?

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Thinking of selling during the Spring Market, but not sure when it’s too late to jump in?  Here are some stats and local insights to consider:hand-office-finger-gesture-pointing-down-addressing-3-12675.png1.   Realtor.com reports that homes in Boston listed during the 2nd week in April get 19% more views, and are on the market 30% fewer days than any other week of the year!

2.   Zillow says you get the highest sale price (a $5,500 bump) if you list your Boston area home during the 2nd week of May.

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stats.jpg3.   In practice, slow periods in the Spring tend to center around holidays (Easter & Mother’s Day Weekend) and of course the rainy weather.

4.   Once we hit Memorial Day Weekend the momentum of the Spring Market has generally died out, though there still may be a couple of good weeks in June if the Spring Market started late in that particular year.


👉 [Our Spring Market was more up & down due to a rainy April
and Easter coming later than previous years!] home-for-sale.jpg
5.   As a Seller, if you’re looking to hit the Spring Market, we would recommend listing no later than mid May to get the maximum benefit from a “spring bump” in your sale price!

6. As a Buyer, waiting until after the Spring Market has died down could mean a slightly less hectic experience.
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Susan Kadilak – Broker / Owner

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