Why You Shouldn't Stay in Your Home During Showings Phoenix Real Estate Podcast

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If you’re selling your home, should you leave the property during showings? For a few different reasons, the answer is always yes. Looking to buy in Phoenix?  Get a full home searchLooking to Sell in Phoenix?  Get a free home value report If your home is being shown to buyers, should you stay inside the house during the showing? This is a tricky question that I get often from clients who are selling their property. The answer is simple, though: no. You should always leave the property during the showing. Doing this will let the buyers spend time walking around the home. Ideally, a buyer should be able to envision their life there. If the seller is there during this process, buyers could feel uncomfortable and will likely spend less time on the property. The more a buyer likes the home, the more time they will spend on the property. In my experience, the more a buyer likes the home, the more time they will spend on the property. Inadvertently rushing them during a showing could lead to a missed opportunity. Ultimately, it’s important that buyers are able to spend time in the home without the pressure of knowing the seller is present. If a buyer is able to spend time on the property with their family and envision their lives there, they just may fall in love with it and decide it is the best fit for them. So, if you want more information or have any other questions, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.  

If you’re selling your home, should you leave the property during showings? For a few different reasons, the answer is always yes. Looking to buy in Phoenix?  Get a full home searchLooking to Sell in Phoenix?  Get a free home value report If your home is being shown to buyers, should you stay inside the house during the showing? This is a tricky question that I get often from clients who are selling their property. The answer is simple, though: no. You should always leave the property during the showing. Doing this will let the buyers spend time walking around the home. Ideally, a buyer should be able to envision their life there. If the seller is there during this process, buyers could feel uncomfortable and will likely spend less time on the property. The more a buyer likes the home, the more time they will spend on the property. In my experience, the more a buyer likes the home, the more time they will spend on the property. Inadvertently rushing them during a showing could lead to a missed opportunity. Ultimately, it’s important that buyers are able to spend time in the home without the pressure of knowing the seller is present. If a buyer is able to spend time on the property with their family and envision their lives there, they just may fall in love with it and decide it is the best fit for them. So, if you want more information or have any other questions, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.  

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