Getting Ready For An Open House

getting ready for an open house

Getting ready for an open house is very important to how successful it would be. This blog was written by Elizabeth Weintraub for another publication. This is as relevant today as it was when written.

–Enjoy, JaCi Wallace

When I take a new listing, I try to give sellers a week or two to get ready for an open house. This article outlines steps a seller can take at least a week in advance, then 72 hours before and, finally, the night before an open house. I want everything to be picture perfect.

Nobody gets a sneak preview, either. No agents, brokers or anxious buyers. That’s because even professionals such as real estate agents form immediate opinions and often find it difficult to see past negatives.

I don’t want any negatives. I expect the home to be white-glove clean, decluttered and staged, pet-free and odor-free, and ready for a buyer to move into.

Read more about Getting Ready for an Open House .

If you would like your listings prepared from well-orchestrated plans, call Weintraub & Wallace Realtors with RE/MAX Gold. You can call us at 916-233-6759.

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