Sellers Stay Away
4 Occasions You Never Want Your Sellers Present
As a listing agent, you need to be an adviser to your sellers. You need to inform them of the best course of action in selling their home quickly and efficiently.
Realtor Tour. You want your peers viewing your listing to feel at ease and have the ability to speak freely to you, as well as to other agents in attendance, about the pros/cons of the property.
Open House. Prospective buyers, prospective sellers, neighbors at the open house will all be more content if the seller is not present. The open house may not bring the perfect buyer, but it’s an opportunity for you to increase your Sphere of Influence.
Showing. Prospective buyers will feel more comfortable if the seller is not present. They will be more inclined to envision themselves living in the property, where they’d place their furniture and feel at ease talking with the selling agent.
Home Inspection. The buyers and the home inspector need privacy and the ability to move freely throughout the property without having the sellers tagging along. You can inform them that once the inspection is completed you’ll receive a summary report from the selling agent that you’ll share and discuss it with them.
During the above times, tell your sellers to place valuables and highly personal items out-of-sight or securely locked away.
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