Today, Mcdonough calendars mark the first day of spring: the vernal equinox. The onset of astronomical spring doesn’t quite coincide with Mcdonough’s real estate spring selling season, which most agree should be considered to start 12 days later, at the start of April.
Just about everything you need to know about why we expect Mcdonough’s spring selling season to be as active (some say “frantic”) as ever can be gleaned by a glance at the calendar. After the long winter, it explains why so many homebuyers seem to come out of the woodwork. Here are six of the calendar-based factors that help make spring the peak selling season:
There are always reasonable arguments for Mcdonough buyers and sellers to choose some other season, but over the long haul, the single point that’s hardest to dispute is in the numbers. Nearly 40% of U.S. home sales occur between April and July.
If you’ve been thinking that springtime might be the right time to create your own Mcdonough selling season, it’s not too late to make it happen! Give me a call to discuss how quickly we can turn that idea into action.