Part 11: It's Show Time!

Picture of step 11 - Selling your home in NYC

Congratulations on generating a massive amount of interest in your home! 

General Guidelines:


Have your home look just like it did on photographry (ie. clean, dishes did, floors free of dog or human hair, etc)

Put all toilet seat lids down

Open all curtains/blinds

Turn on all lights before you leave for a showing

Hide all valuables such as jewelry, prescription meds, etc or, better yet, take them with you

Hide all bills, letters, and mailings with your name on them as we don’t want potential buyers to know who you are

Turn off alarm systems and lock all doors

The buyer’s Realtor will use the lockbox key to enter/exit if we’re not accompanying them and is supposed to turn off all lights and lock the door when she/he leaves

Showings usually last 15 – 30 minutes. In case clients come early we like to have you out 15 minutes before the showing is scheduled to start and stay out for at least 45 minutes in case the buyer is running late or the showing goes long (that’s a good thing and usually means they like your home!). Therefore, plan to be gone for 45 minutes to 1 hour for each showing

Take pets with you unless they are friendly and mellow around strangers

Once the brochures/MLS listing sheets arrive in the mail, please leave them on your foyer or dining table for showings

After the showing, the buyer’s Realtor will automatically get an email asking for feedback. Generally about 20% of Realtors fill it out. If they do, we will send you a copy of any feedback immediately

If you have a "no-shoe" policy, let me know. I will either provide them baggies for their feet or have them take off their shoes! 

If you have any questions, please let me know. Any questions, ask! 

Alexander Sung
Real Estate Salesperson
Real Broker NY LLC 
Call: (646) 435-1975 
Text: (646) 389-3454 
www.alexsung.net (for referrals)

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