- Low Probability of Sale- A very small percentage of home sales occur because of open houses, private viewing are more likely to bring a sale in. Most serious buyers schedule a private viewing, but open houses can bring in potential buyers, in which they can schedule a private, in-depth viewing or put an offer in immediately.
- Security Concerns- Of course sellers will be concerned about the well-being of their house when there's an open house, and some safety concerns may arise. But having a good agent there
will bring a better piece at mind for the sellers.
- Nosy Looky Lo's- Open houses bring some nosy neighbors and people that aren't serious about buying a house. These people just want to look and be nosy, but they don't have bad intentions or bring any harm.
- Excessive Stress- Some buyer's can be picky, so if nothing happens for the first open house, it can be very stressful for the seller to have to constantly have open houses.
- Open to All- Open houses accommodate more than just perspective buyers. Brokers who might want to team up on sale and offer advice on ways to assist a home sale faster. You are selling your house to three people: Brokers, Buyers, and Banks.
- Additional Exposure- Ensuring client's home is getting enough exposure, open houses give extra exposure through promotional advertising(newspaper ads, internet ads, etc.).
- Actual Browsing- The internet is a fast way to find a home, but nothing beats walking the actual property and seeing it first-hand. Clients can imagine how they will have the lay-out of the house and picture living in it.
- Convenience- Open houses are a place for potential buyers to stop by from seeing the signs. Open houses encourage just about anyone who doesn't know about buying a home into acquiring one.