From a Buyer(s) perspective: have a look "c" one time in the morning around 8am, one time during the evening around 6pm and one time during a rainy day.
Resolve, if you are an Agent, please take a bit of time and look around the home and "STAGE" it; or do not "SHOW" it.
A dirty home is a liability and who want to feel "DIRTY" spending money....Hmm
From the Fall thru Spring I think that morning and afternoon are best. Evening stinks cause it gets dark so quickly you can't see the exterior. In the summer I love evening tours. Truly if the home is priced right and staged then the time is less important. Best
If its in a "rough" neighborhood, maybe also best to stay away from the night showing.
Just my 2 cents.
Bottom line- you show it whenever a preapproved buyer wants to see it...
Thanks, and good luck,
Anytime your buyer wants to see it! :)
One time of day I'd avoid is meatime.....especailly if they cook with strong spices!
You also might want to avoid rush hour if the house backs up to a highway - at least for the initial visit!
"Best" time of day will vary with the house.
Some homes, in fact, are better shown at night, in the dark....with the lights off! (my bad)
Buyers just can't focus if they are tired, hungry, or focusing on something else. Experienced agents know how the read the customer and adjust when necessary.
The Eckler Team