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January thru December works well around here.
Candice A. Donofrio
Fort Mohave, AZ
Oro Valley, AZ
Many years I write 50% of my income between 3/15 - 7/15 !
Michael J. Perry
After the housing crisis, the season for buyers and sellers changed.
Anthony Acosta - ALLAT...
Ginger Harper - We are in peak season right now here in AZ. Fall is also a heavy selling season for Sedona because of the change of seasons. Where it can slow down in Phoenix in summer because of the extreme heat, it is not as bad in Sedona. The only really slow time is around Christmas. But this last Xmas I had 3 deals in the works and worked right through the season! BTW! NOT Complaining!!
A vacation and resort area like Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia tends to be seasonal by nature but we have our year round off water community too. I use the slower time of the year to update and distribute local marketing materials so my name is on the tip of their lips chatting with visitors
DEANNA C. SMITH ...
Smith Mountain Lake, VA
no.... our listings sell all year....
Selling Season is not a part of my lexicon. People buy and sell properties every day.
Four of them.
It used to be more March thru July, but right now is January through December every single day!
We're in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We see a slow down in December and it usually lasts until March. Early in our careers we hated the slow down, but today it's not so bad.
Real buyers buy. Real sellers sell. Year-round.
Yes, mid-January to mid-April, but the year round market is gaining momentum!
Yes - Jan 1 through Dec 31!
Sellers often wait to list until the proverbial spring season, but many homes sell in winter, partly due to lower inventory. June/July are often high months.
Yes, year 'round.
Yes ours is just starting. – M
It is year-round here in Kauai. Snowbirds do buy more often in winter though.
Ginger Harper oh yes, New England selling season, officially kicks off on 15th March....(does not mean we don't sell anything in Winter....)
Spring is the busiest.
Right now is hot this year. We had a huge inventory sell off last fall but mainly due to few new listings coming on. Spring and early Summer are usually very good and considered the primary season. After a break in late summer the sales seem to pick up again in Autumn and lasts up to winter.
yes and it is about to start
We have a seasonal slowdown from December to around March...depending on the weather and snow amounts.
Not really. It gets a little slower during August and then some between Thanksgiving and New Year's if one looks at averages
Ours is about March through September. Alot depends on the weather conditions at the time.
Yes and we're heading into it right now.
May through September
365 days each year except for leap years when it is 366 days in the year.
We sell in all seasons, and do have a busy season Ginger Harper. It is when more vacationers and snowbirds are in town!
Things get a little slower here in WI December through February
Yes and it is more narrow for investors.