Use this post to remind homeowners that there are some safety issues to consider when hosting an open house, and part of this means removing certain items from the premises. These items are often forgotten in the hustle to clean and present the home, so offer them up as a friendly reminder.
- What Must Go Before an Open House
- Securing Your Open House
- No-nos for Your Open House
- Commonly Overlooked Checklist Items for Your Open House
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An open house is an important part of showing and selling your home, but it’s vital to understand that you will be essentially inviting strangers into your house. Here are some things you’ll want to secure beforehand.
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“A lot of cleaning and preparation goes into an open house, and it can be easy to forget some crucial elements which might impact the safety of the event or even make the difference between an offer or no interest. Before the doors open, be absolutely sure you’ve secured the following items in a safe, alternate location…”
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