There can be much disagreement to the question of
Do You Show Homes On Bad Weather Days?
I think common sense comes into play in the end, and often I tell buyers IT IS JUST WEATHER. We do have jackets and umbrellas and gloves and obviously we are not traipsing out in tornadoes, lightning type thunderstorms and heavy winds and extreme downpours. But often you can ride it out. An hour morning downpour can be spent in the coffee shop waiting for it to pass. It seems getting a good handle on the forecast of storms departing or approaching is a wise measure to take. Thinking of looking at the outside of the home with mud from downpours is not a good idea, but if you don't GET OUT there and tolerate it unless you live in perpetual sunshine Arizona you are not looking at the product. Consideration for taking the elderly and kids along has to be factored in.
Too many clients and agents I think FEAR weather and not perfect showing days. It actually is more an adventure.