Phyllis M. ClaudsonPhyllis M. Claudson ABR, CRP, CRS, GRI

Broker - Owner

1131 13th St.  Suite 103 - P.O. Box 788    Cody, WY  82414

Phone: 307- 587- 4764    Fax: 307- 587- 4768






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What To Do When the Buyer Visits 

When your house is being viewed by a prospective buyer, it is important to act professionally. Your objective is to present your property in its best light without making the prospects feel uncomfortable. 

Do not try to be friends. This is not a social visit. Don't gossip about the neighbors or offer information about the house. Do not treat the prospect or the REALTOR® like guests.  

If a real estate agent has brought the prospects by, allow the professional to conduct the tour. Leave them alone to investigate the features of the home. This would be a good time to leave your home for a walk, or an errand. Visit your neighbor, or go to a movie.  
Do not follow the real estate agent around, pointing out features or praising your own home. Your presence will inhibit the free exchange of ideas between the agent and the buyer client. Your agent will not point out negative features. And most agents who bring a buyer will act as your agent, even if you have never talked with them before. 

If the prospect is viewing your home by appointment, without an agent, then you should conduct the tour. But only as an observer, to ensure the security of your possessions.

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The information contained is from sources deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed by the Seller.  Agent assumes no responsibility for correctness.  The sale is made subject to errors, change in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice.  In accordance with the law, this property is offered without respect to race, color, creed, sex, national origin, physical limitations or marital status.
Last modified: November 03, 2007