1. Longer daylight hours - gardens in bloom, allowing buyers to see your home in its best light

Longer daylight hours and sun on your property in Spring will help to show it off in the best light to potential buyers in both your photos and your viewings.  If the grass is green and your garden is in bloom then this will give your home extra curb appeal

  1. Motivated buyers - milder weather

Milder weather means more motivated buyers to go out and view properties, meaning more potential buyers for your home. 

  1. Families want to be settled in by start of new school Year

Families may be looking to find their dream home in Spring in order to be moved and settled into their new home within the catchment area of a certain school by the start of the new term in September

  1. Summer - move in by summer to benefit from your new garden/ neighbourhood

Sell in Spring to hopefully be moved in by Summer, allowing you to benefit from what your new property/garden and local neighbourhood has to offer in Summer, such as garden entertaining, BBQ’s, parks and outdoor dining

  1. UK House Prices hit record high in March

The price of property coming to the market has hit a new record high for the second consecutive month, as the average price of property jumps by 1.7% (+£5,760) in March

  1. Buyer Demand highest Spring ever

Spring is usually the most active time in the real estate market, however in 2022 we are seeing the strongest ever selling market in Spring on record.  The imbalance between high buyer demand compared to low available property supply is the greatest it has ever been in Spring, meaning sellers may have the availability of choosing between buyers

If you’re thinking of moving, why not make the most of the current record Spring buyer demand, book a free valuation with one of our marketing consultants today.