Phyllis 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
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.
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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