If you want to sell your home before Christmas, there is still time – just.
Prospective home-sellers will need to have their property on the market by the end of October in order to sell their home before Christmas, according to a new study.
Data from find an estate agent website estateagent4me offers insight into the time it takes to sell a residential property. Over the past six years, homes listed in October have taken an average of 64 days to sell. This means that homeowners who want a sale agreed this side of Christmas should be looking to list their house for sale by the end of October at the latest.
Despite the uncertainty caused by the pandemic, the average length of time to sell a property has remained relatively constant over the past 6 years. Overall the speed of sale was slower in 2020 because of the shutdown caused by the pandemic but activity picked up quickly once the housing market reopened and the government announced a stamp duty holiday. Even with the ending of the stamp duty holiday, there are lots of buyers
Here are 5 top tips for selling before Christmas:
Average number of days properties listed in a particular month take to sell
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