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Open houses can be a great way to generate buzz about a home listing. It is important to realize that the process of staging a home can require a great deal of work. In many cases, a homeowner needs to make several cosmetic changes to make their home more favorable to homebuyers. Continue reading and discover a few easy steps a homeowner should take before hosting an open house. 

Set out fresh-cut flowers

Fresh-cut flowers can be a nice touch to your open house. Not only do they help make the home smell nice, but they add a nice splash of color as well.

Bring in the natural light

Most people do not want to purchase a dark and dreary home. Before every open house, be sure to open your curtains and other window treatments to allow the light to shine through. If you do not receive enough light that way, turn on the lights inside of your home.

Monitor the indoor temperature

The goal should be to get your visitors to stay for more than just a few minutes. One of the best ways they stay long enough to see the home in its entirety is to make the home as comfortable as possible. Be especially mindful of the temperature inside of your home.

Leave the home

There is no reason for you to stay in the home when hosting open houses. The main reason for this is because your presence can make homebuyers feel uncomfortable. If you staged your home well, it should sell itself. Also, more than likely, you have your agent present to answer any questions. 

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