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It's True: Canadian Homes Listed in Early June Sell for More

David Kurt

What made you decide to get into real estate? I was one year into working a “real job”; the type you study hard and go to University for when I re...

What made you decide to get into real estate? I was one year into working a “real job”; the type you study hard and go to University for when I re...

Jun 12 4 minutes read

As the real estate market heats up, sellers are eagerly preparing their homes for sale, aiming to capitalize on the surge in buyer activity. But did you know that timing could significantly impact the final sale price of your home? It's true – homes listed in early June tend to sell for more, and there are compelling reasons behind this phenomenon.

According to a recent Zillow analysis of 2023 home sales, properties listed in the first two weeks of June sold for 2.3% more. That translates to a $15,100 boost on the average Canadian home. This finding underscores the importance of strategic timing when selling your home and highlights the potential financial benefits of listing during this optimal window.

Why else does listing your home in early June make such a difference? Let's explore the factors at play:

1. Peak Buying Season

June is historically one of the busiest months in the real estate calendar. Buyers who have been patiently waiting for the right property are ready to pounce as soon as it hits the market. This heightened demand can lead to multiple offers and bidding wars, ultimately driving up the sale price.

2. Optimal Weather

The weather in early June is often idyllic—warm but not scorching, with plenty of sunshine to showcase your home's best features. Buyers are more inclined to attend open houses and spend time exploring neighborhoods when the weather is favourable, increasing the likelihood of a successful sale. Additionally, June is when your landscaping is usually looking its best, improving your curb appeal and making your home more desirable.

3. Emotional Appeal

Summer represents a fresh start for many people, making it an emotionally charged time to buy a new home. Families envision creating memories in their new space, hosting backyard barbecues, and enjoying lazy afternoons in the sun. By listing your home in early June, you tap into this emotional resonance and position your property as the perfect backdrop for their summer dreams.

4. Market Momentum

Momentum is a powerful force in the real estate market. When buyers see that homes are selling quickly and at competitive prices, they're more motivated to act swiftly when they find a property they love. By listing your home in early June, you leverage the momentum of the peak buying season, increasing the likelihood of a fast and profitable sale.

5. Less Competition

While June is a popular time to list homes, it can often be less saturated than the spring market. Many sellers aim to list their properties earlier in the year, leaving fewer homes available for sale by the time June rolls around. With less competition, your home stands out more prominently to eager buyers, driving up demand and potentially increasing the sale price.

In conclusion, timing is everything when it comes to selling your home for the highest possible price. By strategically listing your home in early June, you harness the power of peak buying season, optimal weather, emotional appeal, market momentum, and reduced competition. So, if you're considering selling your home this year, don't overlook the significance of timing. Take advantage of the June boom and set yourself up for a successful and lucrative sale. Your dream sale price may be just around the corner!

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