Determining whether to list your home or wait is based upon many factors unique to your situation.
-How quickly do you need to sell a home in Denver?
-How badly do you need top dollar?
-Is it worth the hassle and stress of having a house on the market during the holidays?
-Is your neighborhood in a hot market with low inventory, or experiencing sluggish sales in your price range due to an abundance of similarly priced homes?
Working with your family and trusted Denver Real Estate agent to answer these questions will be paramount in deciding whether it is best to list your home now or wait until a later time.
In the Lone Tree real estate market and the southern suburban areas of Denver real estate market, recent housing inventory has been quite low. Your decision when t0 list should include whether it is possible to make and keep your home looking its best. This is imperative for listings your home.
Spring is always the hottest time of the year to buy a home in the Denver Metro area. While it is great to have a high volume of buyers needing to get the family settled and enrolled in school before fall, remember there will be more homes on the market competing for those buyers. Ensure your broker has a clear strategy and track record in your area for setting your home apart from others. In addition, have a plan to move should your home sell within the first few weeks with a Colorado real estate agent.
Timing is Everything
Choosing the best time to list your home is a decision best made with solid research. Consider your personal answers to the questions above. Finally, find an experienced broker who can partner with you. An experienced team will help to ensure you receive the best price for your home within the timeframe in which you need to close.
Our team at Corken + Company has 20+ years of experience in the Denver Metro real estate market. Corken + Company hopes to be your partner as your Denver Metro Realtor, and your partner for Real Estate Solutions without Limits.