Summer has officially arrived. For some, June signals the end of the school year. For others, it welcomes the beginning of peak tanning season. But for many homeowners, June kicks off one of the peak home-buying and selling seasons in the Midwest. June is traditionally a busy month for home sales, as many families plan moves during their children's summer vacations. The good news is that summer is typically a good time to sell, according to the Web site RealtyTimes.com. The pace of home sales—propelled by stable interest rates, a recovering economy, and improving job outlook—should help the market remain steady. However, this means that sellers will probably have plenty of competition, too. If you hope to capitalize on the hot summer housing market, RealtyTimes.com offers the following tips:
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