Leave the winter mindset behind, after all, this is Southern California. The freezing temperatures and snowy slopes are tucked away in the mountain resorts, and our coastal area is enjoying some very balmy Los Angeles days of 70+ degrees. January or June, it does not really matter when you elect to place your property on the market in Southern California.
The timing of your sale is all about you, your schedule, your plans, and needs. One of the advantages of living in Southern California is your decision to list and sell does not have to be based on the weather or the calendar. Photos rarely reveal the season, buyers search for homes all year and the worst weather we have to contend with is a rainy day now and then. Although we would love to have a few more days and weeks of wet weather to end the prolonged drought.
One condition you may want to check before you list your property for sale is the local real estate climate. Market conditions will have a far greater impact on the sale of your property than local weather conditions.
For more information on the local real estate market in your neighborhood contact me at 310.493.8333 and I will provide a free market update tailored to your specific property.