If you have considered selling this spring, it’s one of the first questions you want answered…how long will it take me to sell my house? Of course, there are lots of considerations that play into what your actual time on market ends up being (condition, price, location, just to name a few biggies,) but it’s nice to have a visual guideline of how much time it *should* take. On average.
Below are the most up to date charts for Sterling, Ashburn, and Leesburg. Keep in mind that the orange line represents single family homes, while the black line represents the combined condo and townhome market. Pretty easy to see that you can sell a condo/townhome a bit faster than a single family home, eh? Where you are in the county is just as important as the home type, too: the further west you go, the longer the average days on market for a single family home.
Predictably, the average is dropping right now…as it should for this point in the year. Historically, days on market trends downward through July, then back up again until February/March, when it begins to drop again.
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