In the world of real estate there are certain absolutes that help sell houses: cleanliness, curb appeal, the right price. In the past, open houses were thought to be part of that group because an open house brought potential home buyers to the property. However, with the increased use of technology many Nashville area home sellers are asking: is an open house necessary?
In our experience with the Nashville real estate market, an open house does not yield the results sellers are looking for. More times than not, sellers get the “nosy neighbor” views more than serious buyers. After all, neighbors have a high interest in how other properties in the area look and perform in the market. Plus, sometimes they just want to see what the inside of the house is like.
At the DeSelms Real Estate, we use networking and experience to help move houses. If you are looking to sell your home in the Nashville area, let’s talk about the right way to move yours and whether or not an open house is the right solution for you!