3 tips to crushing it at your next open house

  • Have other properties you can switch hit with in case your guests aren't into the one you are showing.
  • Do your homework, and choose your stage well.
  • Create a warm and welcoming atmosphere that engages your prospective buyers' senses.

Future-Proof: Navigate Threats, Seize Opportunities at ICNY 2018 | Jan 22-26 at the Marriott Marquis, Times Square, New York

In this week's episode of the Wright Brothers Podcast, Casey and Corey sit down with Angie Wright, a seasoned real estate broker extraordinaire, to dig into the art of holding the perfect open house. Check out these key tips that Angie uses to make every open house a roaring success: 1. Have 'switch' properties available For any number of reasons, the house you're showing might not be the right fit for your prospective buyer. Listen to their concerns and objections and then have alternate listings you can offer to show them that better suit their needs. 2. Choose your stage Don't just show any available listing. Be aware of what listings your office has open, and then do your homework. You don't want to choose a house with any obvious negatives or one that just doesn't show well. But you do want to choose a house that's priced well. Taking these factors into consideration will help you avoid apologizing for the house the whole time you're showing it. 3. Engage a...