016 Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall: The Seasonality of Listing

016 Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall: The Seasonality of Listing

Winter, spring, summer, and fall. All you have to do is call and agents will be there to list your home! That’s what James Taylor said, right?  Ok, maybe not but there is a best time to list and it’s not about if agents will come to look at...


Winter, spring, summer, and fall. All you have to do is call and agents will be there to list your home! That’s what James Taylor said, right?  Ok, maybe not but there is a best time to list and it’s not about if agents will come to look at your home because we work all the time. It’s more important to think about, will buyers come? Getting buyers into your home and strategizing about the best time to list should be based on what you are selling so that if you time it right you can create a flurry of activity of buyers to give you the best chance of getting offers and getting the best possible price. It comes up all the time, what is the best time to list. Today we are talking about the seasonality of listing that is very specific to NYC and what typically works the best and when.

When to list is almost as important as pricing. There is a seasonality to buying and selling but it may not be what you think as New York City operates to the beat of a different drummer and has its own rhythm. There is a window by which to optimize market activity.  Understanding seasonality is important for achieving a buyer’s and seller’s goals. This is more of a science than an art, but knowing the nuances of the market is critical for a successful outcome. 

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