Hosting an Open House is Time Well Spent
Prepping for an open house is a lot of work, and the idea of having strangers roaming your halls for a few hours can be a little awkward. Not sure if you want to open your doors to all potential buyers? Here are four things to consider.
Go Out With a Bang and Get More Attention
Work with your agent to make a splash on the real estate scene immediately after listing your home-a well-marketed new open house can draw lots of buyers.
A Busy Open House Could Ultimately Mean Fewer Showings
The more people you reach with your open house, the more momentum your listing may generate up-front and the sooner you may sell.
The Role of the Open House Has Shifted
Open houses aren’t just for looky-loos. In today’s busy world, many serious buyers tour open houses with their agents and then only schedule private showings if they’re really interested.
Prepping for an Open House Is Always Time Well Spent
Find homes near you that aren’t selling, then figure out why. See what missteps neighbors may have made in their homes or their listing strategy, and make sure to avoid!
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