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SellState Next Generation Realty
In answer to your question... "any time" is the 'best time" since we do not have the extreme seasonal weather changes like our northern neighbors. The type of property you own as well as the location will determine the best marketing plan. Please call me at: (352) 362-8446 so that we may discuss all possible solutions for a quick sale.
Thank you for your inquiry! Cindy Head, Realtor/Sunburst Properties, Inc.
Charles Rutenberg Realty
As you can see you do have quite a few answers. The best way to approach this question is for you to first determine if you want or need to seller you property. Whether you have an urgent need to sell the home or just trying to gauge the market, you are best served to work with a local realtor that can provide you with the most current market data on the type of home, location and condition your property may be in. Some parts of Florida have been hit harder than others, and also the difference between a condo or a single family home can make a difference as well. With the current market information, you would then be able to make the decision of whether to market the home now or later. There truly is no good or bad time to place a home on the market, whether it is in Florida or any other state. The key to selling the home is to have a good sense of what homes are going for in your area, and then based on your need or want to sell it, you then price the home accordingly. Pricing is truly the key component to properly getting your home sold in the quickest time possible. Good luck with whatever decision you make.
RE/MAX Advance Realty
S. Miami, FL
It is starting to get cold up north and we have exceptionally beautiful winters and the beach is open all the time.
Summer is good. The water sports are at their peak, the gardens are in full bloom.
Spring is good. Truly beautiful with the pool heating up and feeling great after morning exercise.
Winter is Great! Our northern friends can leave their heavy coats and bring their bathing suits and golf clubs.
I guess there is not a bad time to sell a house in Florida especially with great prices, low interest rates and a healthy however not over abundant inventory.
Debbie Albert, PA
Keller Williams Treasure Coast
If you can possibly delay selling, it may be worth the wait!
Our Congress has finally come up with a good idea to stimulate demand for Real Estate and it may actually work. It allows a foreign national to get a Visa (not a work visa thankfully) to immediately immigrate to the US if they buy $500k in Real Estate with a minimum $250k purchase price for their primary residence. Take a look at the Wall St. Journal article and contact your Senator to pass it!
We may finally be at the bottom of the Real Estate market!
All the best,
There is no "proper time" to sell...if you do not have your home listed for sale, clearly it will not sell. Who knows when the buyer turns up? It could take days, weeks or even months, but if marketed at the right price and is in good shape, it may surprise you. Get a good Realtor and best of luck.
407 709 1911
Phil Rotondo, Realtor
ERA Showcase Properties