Sellers often think of Spring & Fall markets as being the best time to sell their homes. That used to be true!
Because there are now more factors driving real estate, the best time to sell is based on market conditions. What are those?
Market conditions can be 1 or more of interest rates, supply vs demand, weather, school cutoff dates for registration, geographical location, & now of course, CoVid.
What seems to be universally true are a couple of these. We don't have enough supply for the demand which has been the case for some time, interest rates will be going up sooner rather than later so the Buying dollar won't go as far, & CoVid has actually increased demand for homes now that we have to spend so much time in them.
All we know is what we know to be true now so interest rates haven't changed, there is huge demand for all types of homes, & listings are at an historic low. Is there a better time to sell?