Maine Open House Weekend – May 3 & 4, 2014

Attention Home Buyers!  Maine Open House Weekend is your opportunity to view homes with no obligation or commitment!  No broker will tell you to get pre-approved for a mortgage before viewing the property, and if you don’t want to receive follow-up phone calls and emails, simply tell the host agent you are just browsing.   Whether you are in the middle of a home search or just beginning to think about buying a home, attending Open Houses is a terrific way to see what’s available, at what price, in your local real estate market.

Where are Maine Open Houses



94% of Maine Home Buyers reported that Open Houses were a useful source of information during their home search process.

Attention Home Sellers!  If you are getting ready to put your home on the market, or even if it is already listed, check out Open Houses of similar homes in your area – this will give you a good idea of the competition and how your home stacks up.    You might even get some good staging ideas and a ballpark idea of what you might expect for a listing price.

Attention Neighbors!  If you live near an Open House, please do stop by, too!  You know you’ve always wanted to see what’s inside that cute house down the street.  An Open House is your perfect chance to check it out.   And brokers love it when you share all the things you love about the place where you live.  You are the best marketers of your neighborhood!

Open Houses are for Everyone!  When brokers hold listings open to the public, we are so much happier when lots of folks show up.  So, don’t hesitate, if you see Open House signs, park the car and come on in!

When you are ready to take the big step, give us a call to put us to work for you!  We can help you find that perfect property to call home!

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