An open house is one of the oldest and easiest ways to meet prospective homebuyers and home sellers. In theory, all you do is throw a few yard signs around the neighborhood, unlock the door, and the buyers and sellers come flocking in like people to a giveaway. But, the truth is that it isn’t quite so easy, is it?
On weekends during the summer, folks have summer on the brain — vacation, trips to the beach, and bike rides. Unfortunately, your next open house may not be on their minds.
Have you ever held an open house and been the only one there? Have you ever sat for three hours until your tablet and phone ran out of power and no buyers or sellers walk in the door?