Professional Open House A Benefit To Home Sellers

Dated: October 4 2020

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While many homeowners feel they can host a public open house on their own, what they may not understand is how very different the response is between a homeowner-hosted open house and one which is hosted by a real estate professional.

The above video clip is from the A&E television show “Sell This House” which spotlights, with the use of hidden cameras, how people react when touring a home for sale. The bottom line is while they might be polite and gracious – and less than up front with their responses to a homeowner, they have no problem at all telling a real estate pro what they think!

When we have real responses and real engagement, I can better market your home, help buyers visualize themselves in your home, and negotiate better on your behalf. If you’d like to learn more about what it takes to sell or even how much your home is worth in today’s market – call or text me today. I’m happy to be that resource for you!

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Kristen Irving

As Your REALTORĀ®... My goal is to make the buying and selling process as stress-free for my clients as possible. I pride myself in providing transparent communication, timely responses, and thorough....

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