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Lakewood Lee's Summit MO Real Estate Market Stats - How long will it take my home to sell?

Have a home to sell in Lakewood Lee's Summit MO and looking for relevant information on past home sales?  You are in luck!  Be sure to search this blog for "Lakewood" for other information helpful to Lakewood home sellers.


How long will it take to sell my home?

As a Realtor, this is a question I hear all the time.  While there are factors that can make any home sell faster or slower than average, the below graph will give you a good idea of how long it takes for the "average" home to sell.




More recently, over the last 6 months the average days on market has been hovering right around 150 days.  That sounds like a long time but there are things to can do to get your home sold faster.  Pricing your home right, keeping it in "show quality condition" and hiring a Realtor that will aggressively market your home can vastly speed up the process!

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Lakewood Lee's Summit MO Real Estate Market Statistics - When is the best time to sell?

Have a home to sell in Lakewood Lee's Summit MO and curious as to how the market has changed over the last few years.  You are in luck!  Below you will find historical data on home sales in Lakewood.

When is the best time to list my house for sale?

The graph below details the number of homes sold each month over the last 4 years.  As you can see, the numbers are all over the place! In 2009, July was a great time to sell a home in Lakewood.  But this July saw the lowest amount of home sales, just one lone listing, over the last 4 years.





The moral?  While certain times of year might seem to generate more showings on a home, the graph proves that homes sell all year long. The moral?  If you are ready to list and sell your home, go ahead and do it.  Listing during times that are considered slower (December through February), might generate fewer showings than listing during the summer.  However, you will also have fewer competing homes on the market.  And buyers that are sluding throu…