Open House

Last year, over 77% of homebuyers did research online.

“From my own experience, I know that buyers appreciate the opportunity to take what they’ve found on the internet and see the product first hand. They want to be taken beyond a virtual tour that many home sellers provide and personally be shown the home, the layout, concepts and design elements by someone who knows the property inside and out.” – Mary Leibold

Specialist in staging and market strategies

Promoting an Open House

  • Look for ‘buying signals’ from attendees
  • Offer Lending Assistance
  • Escort visitors
  • Offline and Online Advertising

Preparing for an Open House

  • Boost Curb Appeal
  • Clear the ‘clutter’
  • Clean the house
  • Create an Atmosphere
  • Make sure everything is in Working Order

The Primary Goal of an Open House

The primary goal when holding an open house is to close for an appointment. The reason to make an appointment includes making an offer, showing the property, preparing a market analysis on the current home, and determining affordability.

What does it cost to have an open house?

The pricing on having an open house varies. There are standard and customized Open House packages. Give us a call and let’s talk about what you want and how you’d like it to happen.

Our Open House Expert is Mary Leibold. 

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