A slow real estate season is defined as a period of time that has less activity - fewer listings, fewer transactions, etc. - than other times of the year. In many areas, the slow season is in the winter, but it can be at other times as well.
The question you might be asking is, "Does it make sense to sell in a slow season?"
In most case, the answer is yes.
Why? Consider the following:
First of all, just because there is less activity in the local market doesn't mean the market isn't tilted in your favour. It might, in fact, be a seller's market, with some eager buyers just waiting for a property like yours to become available.
Also, a listing tends to stand out more when there are fewer competing properties for sale. So, if you sell now,…