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JBGoodwin REALTORS® is pleased to highlight the following properties. If you're a home buyer, simply click view details to learn more about each property. If you're selling your home with us, we'll feature your property here too, so that it receives optimal exposure on our site. If you're interested in listing your property with JBGoodwin, please contact us using the form below, and one of our experienced agents will be in touch.
We understand that it's hard to fall in love with a property without seeing it first. That's why we also host weekly open houses for our clients. If you're searching for open houses in your area, scroll down to see the week's open houses hosted by JBGoodwin agents. If you're not seeing what you're looking for, register with the site to receive the latest on new Austin properties as they hit the market. Finding your dream home has never been easier.
Need help hosting your open house? See our tips on hosting a successful open house.
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JB Goodwin REALTORS® has taken the step to be pro-consumer for our sellers and landlords by making sure their properties are on the #1 real estate site in the world – Zillow. Our statistics show that over 83,000 people per month search JB Goodwin REALTORS® properties on Zillow. If you'd like to expand your property search, see all homes for sale in the local market.
Tips for a Successful Open House
Prepare Your Home for Sale
Give your home a thorough cleaning, remove all unnecessary and personal items. You want to create a neutral, clutter-free environment that your potential buyers could imagine living in. If the home is in need of repairs, fix them right away so they don't become a deterrent.
Don't Forget the Outside
Treat your yard and entryway as you would the interior of your home. Keeping these areas immaculate as well will add lots of curb appeal and make a great first impression on your buyers.
Stash Your Valuables
Theft can happen during open houses. Be a savvy seller and store your valuables in a secure spot. Don't forget to empty out your medicine cabinet of prescription medication as it is one of the most common areas where items are stolen.
Promote Online and Offline
Having an immaculate home will not make a difference if no one knows about your open house. Advertise your open house online on Craigslist and online sites such as Zillow, Realtor.com and on social media sites like Facebook. Follow up with a traditional open house sign a week before the planned date.
Show Off Your Storage Space
Having lots of storage is a major selling point for homes. Clean out your linen closets, cabinets, and walk-in closets and showcase that storage potential. If these spaces are cluttered, it can give buyers the impression that there isn't adequate storage space in your home.
Invite the Neighbors: Enlist the help of your neighbors by inviting them to your open house. If they know any friends that are looking, there's no better recruiter. Neighbors are an often untapped resource which can result in a sale if you make the most of it.
Disappear During the Open House
Homeowners have no business attending their own open house. If you're standing in the wings, your potential buyers will fell uncomfortable. If you have any pets, take them with you as well. Nothing turns off a buyer like pet odors.
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The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.
Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from December 5th, 2021 at 9:00am CST. Neither the Board nor ACTRIS guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. The Austin Board of REALTORS®, ACTRIS and their affiliates provide the MLS and all content therein "AS IS" and without any warranty, express or implied. Data maintained by the Board or ACTRIS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.
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