There are etiquette rules every home buyer should know. In This short post we’ll discuss 3 of those rules, including: avoiding excessive multiple visits, removing shoes and considering adjustments.
Below are 3 etiquette rules every home buyer should know:
Avoiding Excessive Multiple Visits
“One, two, or even three visits are typically acceptable prior to making an offer,” Ameer says. “If you must return more than that, make sure this is a home you are seriously considering.”
All those visits are not only an inconvenience, but they could also make a seller extremely anxious, especially if a buyer comes to the house five times and is never heard from again. Remember, you will have inspections and access to the home again, so don’t waste a seller’s time with too many visits.
Before you come away thinking you’re the only person in the home-buying process who should adhere to a code of conduct, tune in next week to learn all the unwritten etiquette rules home sellers should follow, too! Source: Realtor
Removing your Shoes
Not everyone was a fan of the couple’s rules, though. Some felt that in this housing market, you shouldn’t do anything that might put potential buyers off.
“I suspect these sellers also make you remove your shoes upon entering their house…which I find disgusting.” – Kristin
“One seller made my husband take his shoes off and almost didn’t let him in the house because his clothes were a little dusty.
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