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Listing Changes Open HousesListing Changes Open Houses are ordered on this page for your convenience. The edits and open houses are unlimited.

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Open Houses

Hosting an open house is a great way to showcase your property to potential buyers. Here are some essential tips to ensure a successful open house:



  • Safety -know how is coming into your home.
  • Leads- Follow up with your open house guests.
  • No need to print up flyers.


  1. I will send you a flyer with a QR code.
  2. Have your visitors scan the code to receive the property information.
  3. They will receive a text to click on and it will send them a text to enter their name.
  4. They will receive a link with property information.
  5. I will send you a list of your leads after the open house.

Any questions please feel free to call.

Prepare Your Home:

    • Clean and Declutter: Tidy up your home, remove personal items, and declutter spaces.
    • Staging: Arrange furniture and decor to highlight the best features of each room.
    • Curb Appeal: First impressions matter! Enhance your home’s exterior by mowing the lawn, trimming bushes, and adding welcoming touches.

      Promote the Event

      • Online Marketing: Use social media, real estate websites, and email newsletters to announce the open house.
      • Signage: Place clear signs in the neighborhood to guide visitors to your property.
      • Notify Neighbors: Inform neighbors about the open house—they might know potential buyers.
  • Day of the Open House

    • Create Ambiance:
      • Open windows (if weather permits) for fresh air.
      • Turn on lights to brighten rooms.
      • Light candles or use air fresheners to create a pleasant scent.
    • Provide Refreshments:
      • Offer water bottles, coffee, or light snacks.
      • Play soft background music.
    • Safety Measures:
      • Provide hand sanitizer, masks, and shoe covers.
      • Limit the number of visitors inside at once.
      • Greet visitors warmly and give them space to explore.
    • Highlight Selling Points:
      • Emphasize unique features (e.g., renovated kitchen, spacious backyard).
      • Share information about the neighborhood, schools, and amenities.
  • Follow-Up

    • Collect feedback from visitors using feedback forms.
    • Reach out to interested buyers after the open house.
    • Consider virtual open houses for broader reach.

Remember, a well-executed open house can attract serious buyers and create buzz around your property!