In this episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast, we’re talking about Open House Safety and how to keep everything and everyone safe when showing a property.
How often do you open your front door to strangers, let them wander around your home, and check everything out (sometimes without supervision)? Not often, we would hope!
When you’re buying or selling property, though, the rules are a bit different. While sight-unseen offers are common for investors, the vast majority of residential real estate transactions involve in-person tours, and frequently, Open Houses.
Realtors have many safety concerns when conducting Open Houses. We offer a number of ways to keep safe during this episode!
Learn all of this and more!
Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast!
The Real Estate Law Podcast Episode 8
SHOW TOPICS + ITEMS WE COVERED:
- Touring with buyers – safety in your car and while alone in houses
- Safety for agents during showings
- Safety for guests – what hazards to watch for
- What agents should do immediately upon arrival
- Safety for owners and belongings
- Securing possessions
- Signing in and Checking in
- 10 Tips for Holding a Safe Open House
- 15 Cautionary Tips for Holding a Safe Open House
- 5 Open House Safety Tips for Homeowners
- Prepare for Security Issues when Hosting an Open House
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