We’ve pinpointed the perfect day of the week for you to list your home for sale. Here’s what you need to know.

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When is the best time of the week to list your home for sale? Friday, Sunday or Wednesday?

So, you are probably saying to yourself the weekend is when the buyers/sellers out there are using the sites to look at and for homes? The weekend is actually the slowest. The busiest days according to some of the “big boys” (HouseCallRealty, Zillow, Redfin) are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with Thursday and Friday being the heaviest searched days of the entire week.

Now, most of these sites will put the most recent to the market listings at the top of their searches over homes that have been on the market for many days. So, if you’re trying to get the most internet views—and, let’s face it, everybody is literally glued to their phones with instant access to everything—then Wednesday is the best day for your home to go “live” on the market. It may seem like a minor tip, but it can be the difference in selling your home in 7 days as opposed to 40 days. The more views, the better the chance of receiving a quality offer.

So, if you’re interested in other real estate tips on how to get the most possible money for your home please contact me immediately and I will be glad to help you out.

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