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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty Heritage

To sit in an open house is a time to practice your scripts and then utilize them on each and every person coming through the door.  Customers all have different needs and questions for you to answer. I find the time between visits to be a good quiet time without distractions to read up on all the rapid changes in the industry.  Then, the next person through the door may ask the very question your were learning about.  In my opinion, open houes are a two or three hour window of learning....I look forward to holding.   

Comments (3)

Renee L. Norton
Birmingham, AL

Great use of your otherwise "down" time.  I often read real estate books and other market info at open houses.

Jan 25, 2010 01:08 PM
Esther (Essie) Cruz
Coldwell Banker Realty/Monmouth-Ocean - Manalapan, NJ
Manalapan Marlboro, NJ Real Estate

Sally, I agree that open houses can be a good time to catch up. But, you also can have an open house that the buyers keep coming, coming and coming. Not a minute to yourself. So, which ever way it goes, Enjoy your next one......

Jan 25, 2010 01:18 PM
Darren Revell
Keller Williams Realty Temecula Valley - Temecula, CA

I tend to use my time calling past clients.. but did find me last weekend reading a real estate investment book.  Thanks for the post.

Jan 25, 2010 05:06 PM