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Homes listed with agents on Mondays sell quickest, says Which?

Homes listed with agents on Mondays sell quickest, says Which?

Which Money? - part of the Which? consumer organisation - says its analysis of thousands of properties for sale suggests that those listed for the first time with agents on Monday is likely to sell more rapidly than those listed later in the week.

In a statement put up on the Which Money? website over last weekend, the organisation said that it had analysed thousands of homes for sale in the 12 months to September 30 last year.

"Properties listed with estate agents at the start of the week can sell more than a month faster than those listed at the weekend," says the organisation. 

"While the average home took 191 days from being first listed to selling, properties listed on Monday took only 176 days to sell. Properties listed on a Saturday took on average 203 days to be sold, while those listed on Sunday took 213 days - or roughly seven months - to sell," it continues. 


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