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Can you be at your house during a showing?
Many states, including California, require that your landlord give you 24 hours notice before entering the property, so you should know in advance of a showing and have time to make other plans.
What happens during a home showing?
During a home showing, buyers can tour each room of the home, and they may even peek into closets or check that light switches and other appliances work. It can feel invasive, but it’s important to remember that each person who enters your home is considering a major investment.
Do I have to leave during a house showing?
A: The simple answer is an absolute “no,” you don’t have to leave the house when the Realtor shows the property. In fact, it’s best for the landlord and the Realtor if you are there. Prior to each showing the landlord or Realtor must give you at least 24 hours’ notice, which includes a “reasonable” time during the day.
Why Sellers Should Leave During showings?
Giving Buyers Space During a first showing, they help clients envision living in a home, and they can’t do that job if the seller is in the other room. The seller’s presence in the home can make potential buyers feel uncomfortable.
How many viewings should I expect in the first week?
How many viewings should you have in the first week? In a hot market, you should expect to get about 2 viewings a week. Based off this, you can expect 2 viewings in your first week. It could be more in a hot market, as there are lots of buyers in the market and therefore more potential interest.
What should I ask when viewing a house?
What questions to ask when viewing a house
- How long has the property been up for sale?
- What’s the area like?
- How many offers have they had?
- What’s the parking situation?
- Why is the seller moving?
- How long have the owners lived there?
- What are the neighbours like?
- Are there any issues with the building?
What do you do with laundry when showing home?
Just keep that empty laundry basket handy. When those “can we see it in 10 minutes” moments arise, scoop all your clutter into the laundry basket and put the laundry basket in the back seat of your car. That way, when your potential buyers are gone, you can pick up right where you left off.