Like the helicopter parents who want to chaperone a teenage party, helicopter sellers attending their own open house can be a real buzzkill. But telling your clients the truth in such harsh terms, if they want to be there, risks backlash and unprofessionalism.
- A seller's presence at an open house can make buyers feel uncomfortable, some agents say.
- Sellers may want to tell their home's story. Listing agents can help them do so without them having to attend this marketing event.
- Pick your battles.
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