Jan 28, 2019
So, you’re ready to sell your home in Naperville? Congratulations! You’ve already picked out your favorite customizable Overstreet Builders floor plan, and you’ve been eying your favorite lot in Naperville. Only thing left is to put your home up for sale. It’s no stress-free task to get your home prepared for the real estate market, which is why many home sellers in Naperville want to know the answer; when is the best time to sell my home in Naperville, IL?
Simple! When the cold weather breaks in the early months of spring. Take into account when you’re likely to get the most foot traffic. Home sellers want the largest pool of home buyers not only looking at their listings but also attending open houses and private home tours. Chilly temperatures in the Chicago suburbs can last until mid-march, making the winter season less than ideal for potential home buyers in the market. After all, it can be hard to sell the curb appeal of your home’s neighborhood when it’s covered in a foot of snow. It’s also a plus to show off your communities amenities when they’re accessible for the season.
Selling your home in the spring gives prospects the chance to see the neighborhood amenities in full bloom. The Ashwood Club, an extension of our Ashwood Park community, offers its members unparalleled opportunities year round. The 8-million dollar club house features an outdoor six-lane lap pool, which opens on Memorial Day, two outdoor sports courts for basketball and volleyball, an indoor recreation center and much more!
Also, sellers need to consider the move-in timeline of potential homebuyers. Families with children in school typically want them to finish out the calendar school year. All students residing in our Hidden Creek of Napervillecommunity would attend schools in the Naperville’s Indian Prairie School District No. 204. With an A+ rating on Niche.com, buyers with families are sure to take a second look at your Naperville listing. As schools will be closed for summer vacation on June 3rd, buyers will begin looking for a new home in early spring with the intention of settling in their new home before the following school year.