1. Make a list of what you will need for the open house.
This includes items such as signage, flyers, property information sheets, and anything else that you may need to showcase the property.
2. Secure the property.
Make sure that the property is locked up and that all of your belongings are removed from the premises so that potential buyers can view the property without any distractions.
3. Hang signage and flyers.
Make sure that you have enough signage and flyers to direct potential buyers to the open house.
4. Set up informational materials.
This includes putting together a fact sheet about the property and having any other informational materials available for potential buyers.
5. Greet buyers and show them around.
Make sure to greet everyone who comes to the open house and show them around the property.
6. Answer questions.
Answer any questions that potential buyers may have about the property.
7. Take feedback from buyers.
Ask potential buyers for their feedback on the property after touring it.
8. Debrief with team.
After the open house is over, debrief with your team about how it went and what you can do to improve for next time.
9. Follow up with buyers.
Follow up with any potential buyers who showed interest in the property after the open house.
10. Clean up after the open house is done.
Make sure to clean up any messes that were made during the open house so that everything is neat and tidy before leaving.