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When you’re buying a home, you never know if it’s right for you until you walk through it. Only when you visit do you see a home’s full potential. So, every week our agents at JBGoodwin host San Antonio, TX open houses. You can find all the upcoming open houses in San Antonio right on this page. If you don’t see any homes that spark your interest, register with the site to receive all the newest San Antonio real estate listings as soon as they hit the market.
Open houses are one of the best ways to increase traffic to your San Antonio home for sale. With the right marketing, they bring in all types of homebuyers from across the city. When you sell your home with JBGoodwin, we’ll highlight your property on our San Antonio open houses page where it will receive wide exposure. If you're interested in listing your property with JBGoodwin, please contact us using the form below, and one of our experienced agents will be in touch.
Need help hosting your open house? See our tips on hosting a successful open house.
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To make sure your home impresses every potential buyer that comes to your open house, clean it up. Scrub every surface that has the ability to sparkle and dust even the most unlikely places. Although it may seem simple, cleaning your home makes a world of difference in an open house.
Along with cleaning your home, fix and repair anything that might be broken. Fixing things like leaky faucets and changing out flickering lights will make your home more marketable during the open house.
Usually, we keep our messy linen closets and storage spaces well hidden from our guests. But, in an open house, these are exactly the spaces that you want to show off. Potential homebuyers are always attracted to homes with plenty of storage, so make sure these spaces are tidied up beforehand.
Staging your furniture to get the most out of your living space is a great way to make your home more desirable to potential homebuyers who walk through. Rearrange your furniture so it maximizes the space and highlights the focal points in the room. Also, take out any furniture that overcrowds the space or doesn’t fit the style of the room.
Your front yard is the first thing potential homebuyers see when they come to your open house, so make a good impression. Just as you do with the interiors, clean the exterior of your home. Mow the lawn and trim the bushes to make your home as attractive as possible.
Unfortunately, theft can happen during open houses. So, store your valuables in a safe space where visitors won’t have access to them. Be sure to empty your medicine cabinet because this is one of the most common areas items are stolen from.
After you do all the work to prepare your home for the open house, make sure people come and visit by promoting it online. Sites like Zillow and Realtor.com are great platforms that have a wide outreach. You should also post your open house on social media platforms to encourage your friends and family to come by. When you sell with JBGoodwin, your open house will show up directly on our site!
One of the worst things to do when your own home has an open house it to attend it. When you stick around and show people around, potential buyers often feel uncomfortable. So, take your family and your pets on a day out to let your house speak for itself.
The data relating to real estate on this web site comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange program of the MLS of the San Antonio Board of Realtors®, and is updated as of July 23rd, 2019 at 8:28am CDT (date/time).
IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.