Timing is Everything
As much effort as you place on your presentation, it’s simply going to be for not if everyone is off on vacation or busy at work. This is why taking time into consideration is one of the very first things you should do. Avoid hosting your open house during the week or during special occasions such as spring break when most people will be off on vacation. The best time to host your open house according to real estate agents is during the weekend, particularly Sunday, as most people want to relax that first day off.
It’s the 21st century; there is no excuse not to have all your open house listings online. Going digital when it comes to announcing an open house benefits you greatly. Not only are you putting yourself in front of potential buyers but friends and family of potential buyers. So, where should you post? The best route to take is posting on social media. This is where you can focus on a particular area of your state to have a better chance of having people respond. You may even invest in ads to reach the right people faster.
Photography is Key
Your new phone might have a great camera, but if it’s not set up correctly, it can quickly lead to people simply skipping your property. Therefore, it is paramount that you hire a professional to take photos of your property. A professional will know how to use lighting and the aesthetics of the property to produce amazing photos that will surely bring in the crowds.
There’s no doubt about it, hosting an open house is a daunting challenge. However, with the right tools, anyone can host an effective open house that will produce a positive outcome.