AFTER the nifty updates you've made to your home, you may feel super confident about its selling potential.
But while sprucing up the interior and exterior of your abode will add to its value, the time of year you try to sell it will actually play a big part in your profit.
Well, fret not, because PureWow revealed the best and worst times to sell your home.
Per a recent Zillow report, homes listed for sale in the last two weeks of April sold for $9,300 more than an average U.S. home typically would.
The report also revealed that spring in general is the best time to put your home up for sale, houses making large profits through the end of May.
So, if you're thinking of selling your abode, you might want to iron out the details now.
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As for the best day of the week to list your home, Zillow reported that Thursday is the day to aim for, as potential buyers are prepping for weekend showings.
And, Thursdays saw an additional $1,100 more in sales than usual.
“Homes are selling fast regardless of season, but the time of year you list your home can have a big impact on the sale price,” Dan Handy explained in the report.
Now, you might be wondering the worst time to list your home.
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According to Zillows report, the worst time to attempt to sell your home is November.
Data showed that homes that were listed in the first two weeks of November saw a 3.5 percent decrease in average sales.
Furthermore, there was a stark difference between listing your home in April versus November. The difference was about $21,000 nationally.
Meanwhile, the difference was as much as $200,000 in the California Bay Area.
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