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Average Time to Sell a House in Wyoming

Getting ready to sell your Wyoming home? Here's how long you can expect it to take — and some tips on how to speed things up (and still get a great price).

Getting ready to sell your Wyoming home? Here's how long you can expect it to take — and some tips on how to speed things up (and still get a great price).

Updated February 17, 2020

  • In 2020, the average time it takes to sell a home in Wyoming — from listing through closing — is approximately 78 days. That’s 43 days to get an offer, plus the typical 35-day closing period.
  • Key factors that impact Wyoming home sale timelines include local market conditions (e.g., buyer demand, job market, rising home values, etc.), time of year, and your property’s type and condition.
  • Your agent’s listing strategy (pricing, marketing, networking, etc.) and the buyer’s financing situation — i.e., the amount of time it takes for them to secure loan approval — will also influence how long your sale ultimately takes.

Read on to learn more about how long it takes to sell a house in Wyoming — and get some pro tips on how to speed up your sale, get better offers, and save thousands in the process.

What’s the average time to sell a house in Wyoming?

Average Time to Sell* Average Price**
National 80 days $307,750
State 78 $229,473

*Zillow Data Center (average of days on Zillow in 2019)
**Zillow Data Center (average of median price in 2019)

The average time it takes to sell a house in Wyoming in 2020 is 78 days — 43 days to get an offer and an additional 35 days to close. This is approximately 1.3% slower than the national average. Keep in mind that these are annual averages and the numbers will vary by month and/or season.

Best time to sell a house in Wyoming

In addition to the average days on market and list price data, we’ve compiled data on the BEST (and worst) time to sell your Wyoming house based on what’s most important to you:

  • Fastest Time to Sell: When should you list your home if you’re looking to sell quickly?
  • Highest Sale Price: What month should you list in to get the best possible price for your home?

> Learn more about the best time to sell in Wyoming.

Best month to sell a house fast in Wyoming

Month* Days on Market*
Best Month July 62 days
Worst Month February 108 days

*Zillow Data Center (average days on Zillow by month in 2019)

The best month to sell a house fast in Wyoming is July. The median time it takes for Wyoming homes listed in July to sell is 62 days, which is 16 days faster than the annual average.

> Read our comprehensive guide on how to sell your house fast.

Best month to sell a house in Wyoming for price

Month* Median Price*
Best Month September $237,100
Worst Month January $220,700

*Zillow Data Center (median sale price by month in 2019)

The best month to sell a house in Wyoming in terms of sale price is September. The median sale price in September is $237,100, which is 3.32% — or $7,627 — more than the annual average.

5 tips to get your Wyoming home sold

1. Stage your home

To improve your odds of selling your home faster and boost your profits, it’s important to prepare your home for potential buyers. It all starts with staging your home. When you stage a home, you spruce up your property by rearranging, painting, and even de-personalizing it.

This process aims to make buyers picture themselves living in your home. Staging a house motivates buyers to place better offers on a listing. While you can do it yourself, you should consider consulting with a realtor for staging tips and even connect with the right staging consultant.

2. Time your listing

Time is of the essence when it comes to most things in life. Selling your home isn’t an exception to this rule. If you want to sell your home faster and obtain the best offer, it’s vital to list your home when it’s a seller’s market or during high demand months such as May, June, and July.

A seller’s market refers to when there’s high demand for homes in your market but scarce supply of listings. These market conditions push buyers to place great offers. While you may be able to pinpoint the best time to list your home, you should consider consulting with a local real estate agent for insight into how to time your listing and obtain the best outcome in your home selling process.

3. Make smart renovations

When you decide to sell your home, you might try to avoid spending money on your house. However, you should consider making smart upgrades or renovations that can boost your home value. Changing light fixtures, shower curtains, sinks, or even cabinet hardware can do wonders for your home.

Before making any renovations, it’s important to consider how much it will boost your home selling profits and net you a positive ROI. A local real estate agent can provide insight into what renovations or upgrades can separate your listing from other properties in your market.

4. Price your home competitively

Listing your home at the right price is vital to get great offers and sell your home faster. Don’t fall into the trap of aiming to overprice your property to push the buyer. If you price your home competitively, you may secure more and better offers on your home.

A good starting point to price your home right is performing a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) of your home. A CMA compares similar current, expired, and sold listings in your market. While you may do it yourself, our Clever Partner Agents can create a CMA of your home for free.

5. Take your curb appeal game to the next level

The exterior of your home is the first thing buyers see. Mowing your lawn, trimming your hedges, and trees can do wonders for your curb appeal.

Consider hiring a professional landscaping company to take care of sprucing up your yard. While it may seem too costly, taking your curb appeal game to the next level will motivate buyers from the get-go.

Next steps for Wyoming home sellers

If you’re looking to sell your home fast in Wyoming and get a great price, Clever can help.

Clever negotiates reduced rates with top-rated real estate agents throughout Wyoming. Get full service and support for a flat $3,000 listing fee — or just 1% if your home sells for more than $350,000. You’ll still have to offer a buyer’s agent commission, per the standard rate in your area (typically 2.5-3%), but overall, you’ll still save up to 50% on standard commission fees.

> Learn more about low-commission real estate agents here.

Importantly, home sellers who list with Clever get their first qualified offer in an average of 13 days* — that’s 30 days faster than the average time to offer in Wyoming.

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Andrew Schmeerbauch

Andrew Schmeerbauch is the Director of Marketing at Clever Real Estate, the free online service that connects you top agents to save on commission. His focus is educating home buyers and sellers on navigating the complex world of real estate with confidence and ease. Andrew has worked on projects for the United Nations and USC and has a particular passion for investing and finance. Andrew's writing has been featured in Mashvisor, L&T, Ideal REI, and Rentometer.

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