Each year, it seems the housing market takes on a different tone — and whether it’s going to be a sellers’ market with inflated prices and bidding wars, or a buyers’ market with tons of choices and low prices — there’s no denying that the 2017 housing season is upon us. So what does it have in store? Well, if you’re thinking of listing your home, that’s an important question. Right now is a great time to sell your Las Vegas home because it is a buyer’s market. All over the valley buyers and investors are buying houses like it is going out of style. Buyers are searching high and low for the best homes with the best deals all over the market. Some buyers are even willing to buy a fixer-upper and make it the home that they want it. But do not forget about all the investors out there who are coming in, buying homes for less than market value, so they can flip them and re-sell them. Learn the average percentages; 60 percent of homes in the Las Vegas area will be bought and sold in the months of May to August.; according most real estate blogs. Putting your home on the market in June and July will most likely get you a buyer the fastest because people want to move before school starts at the end of August. No one wants to be moving and unpacking while taking their kiddies to school and battling work on top of that will take you weeks to complete. Trying to get a jump on the competition? Right now we’re on the cusp of prime selling and buying season, and if you list soon, you’ll have less competition than you would if you put your house on the market in May or June, when more homes will flood the market. Since it’s still early, your home can have its ‘moment in the spotlight’ more than it will when inventory increases – and the buyers who are braving the cold to house shop are clearly motivated. Make your listing POP right off the computer, or smart phone, since that is this generations main line of communication.. With homes flying on and off the market lately, having something that is easy to appeal a full time dad and mom where they can look anywhere really will be an advantage to you as the seller. Great homes with mediocre quality photos will be quickly discarded and ultimately get less showings. Sellers should insist that their agent take the time to beef up their online listing so the quality of the home jumps off the screen and gets buyers’ attention. All in all, this Is a buyer’s market right now and homes are flying off the shelves, so making your listing standing out is one way you can have your home close fast. Also do not forget when getting your home photographed, homes that are still furnished catch a buyers eye quicker, because it will give the buyer an idea on how furniture can be placed in the home.