Of course, this is a very large zip code area! Each individual price band within the zip code will have different average days on market depending on the demand within each price band. In addition to that each subdivision may have more or less demand.
The days on the market averages should be considered at the macro data level, which is the entire zip as a whole; but, also (even more important to an individual seller) on a micro data level, which are the individual price ranges and neighborhoods.
I would be happy to send you the full statistical report. It is a small 3 page PDF of bar graphs that break down the trends dating back three years from April 2009 to the current month in each category of real estate activity: # of new listings, # of pending listings, # of closed sales, etc. It is eye-opening information to have!!
With that aside, an experienced agent familiar with your community will know ho to maximize exposure to move your home in the fastest amount of time and for the mots amount of money.
Factors to consider:
Biggest Factor-----Home Price
Clean and ready for each showing?
I've had homes sell the first weekend on the market while others may take 60-90 days. While an experienced agent can get you the maximum amount of exposure, work is needed on the homeowners part to insure the home is ready each time when there are showings.
Feel free to call (832-661-4253) or email, click on contact tab at http://www.YourHomeFromAbove.com, if you'd like a one on one consultation with a Free Market Evaluation for your home. I have a complete list (90 things you shouldn't avoid when selling) if you want more information.
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