vacant homes: Come On In? Not Yet. A Vacant Home Isn’t An Invitation to Show Anytime - 12/08/13 08:37 AM

A vacant home is not an invitation to just come on in.  Often homes that appear to be vacant, really aren't and even vacant homes aren't always vacant. A friend or family member might be staying there temporarily, there may be workers present, the floors may have been newly waxed and refinished or an alarm may need to be deactivated. Viewing one without an appointment is equivalent to trespassing.  Michael Jacobs does a great job explaining why a vacant home isn't just an invitation to show anytime.
Come On In? Not Yet. A Vacant Home Isn’t An Invitation to Show Anytime
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