Open House Tips for Home Buyers and Sellers

Finding your dream house can be an arduous process, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be. Likewise, putting your home up on the market can be nerve-wracking, especially if you’re hoping to get the best price you can. In both situations, one of the best tools out there to connect buyers to sellers is the

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How To Manage Crowds at Open House Events

The U.S. is short 5.42 million homes, a figure which has jumped from 1.4 million since 2019. This means that the housing market is highly competitive, and open house events will be more crowded than ever. Read on to learn how you can manage crowds at open house events. We’ll give advice on how to

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To-Do Checklist When Preparing For An Open House

Are you getting ready to host an open house for your property? If so, make sure you follow this checklist to ensure that everything goes smoothly! By preparing in advance and having a plan of action, you can avoid any last-minute surprises and ensure that your guests have a great experience. 1) Remove clutter &

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Open House Tips for First-Time Buyers

You’ve decided to take the first steps to go from renting to buying. Once you’ve stopped window-shopping on real estate sites and decide to see the real thing, open houses are the best low-pressure way to see your potential dream house up close. Worried you don’t have enough experience to tell if a house has

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Tips for Organizing Safe Real Estate Showings During Covid-19

The first cases of Covid-19 were recorded in China at the end of 2019, and now, four months later, there are millions of confirmed cases across the globe. In addition to the public health consequences, Covid-19 is having a devastating effect on the global economy. Almost every industry is being affected in some way, and

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Redfin reports rise in offers from virtual tours only

With most buyers resorting to virtual tours as the only way to actually see inside a listed home during the coronavirus outbreak, one might be forgiven for thinking that home buying activity is all but dead. But in actual fact, many real estate brokerages are still doing business, with Redfin reporting that some 12% of

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Making home staging easy and profitable

A first impression is absolutely decisive in any interaction. Particularly in the environment of a property for sale, a good first impression is a must. That first visit to a potential new personal space often can be a defining moment in choosing whether they believe it could become their future home. Presentation becomes key; a

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Come and See—How to Promote a Newly-Built Neighborhood

A popular city may have a newly built neighborhood to provide homes for the families who are moving into the area. The companies that are designing and building these new neighborhoods will want to attract buyers for the home. Here are some of the best ways to promote a new neighborhood. Open House Events for

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9 Tips to Protect Yourself in Open House Injury Liability

There are always chances that an accident can happen when you open your house. If someone gets injured on your property, he may get angry and sue you. If you are opening your house, you may be interested in knowing how you can protect yourself in case someone sues you. Along with consulting an injury

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How to Make the Most of an Open House (for Sellers)

You will find a lot of real estate agents these days that are completely against open houses. There are literally thousands of real estate articles about how open houses don’t work anymore. But, all that being said, sellers still expect most agents to conduct an open house at some point during the listing. Often times,

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