First. You need to look at the reason why you want to sell... I.E. Need to upgrade, downgrade, need to move for a job, etc
Second. Do you have equity in your current place? or do you need to come to closing with money? This can be hard as values are lower then they have been during the early 2000's.
Third. Do you plan to buy a new home as well? This is key. If you are selling at a lose you can make up the loss by buying at a discount.
There are many factor in selling and when is a "good" time is different for everybody. You need to look at where you are and where you would like to be to determine if today is a good time for you.
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Low interest rates
All make a great combination for a fantastic time to sell.
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The best thing to do is to contact a couple Realtors in your area and ask them for a comparative market analysis. They will look at recent sales within the past 6 months within 1 mile of your home and let you know the market value. Then you can determine if it is in your best interest to sell. Remember, these days you might not make what you want on the house you're selling, but you're likely to save a lot on the one you're buying.