If You Really Want to Sell Your Chino Hills Home, Don’t Leave Buyers At The DoorAfter all the paperwork is signed and the home is prepared for sale, the next logical thing to do is to find a Chino Hills buyer. Most Chino Hills buyers intend to occupy the home and would very much like to see the inside of the home. There is nothing more frustrating for a buyer than getting excited about viewing a home only to be turned away.
When a home is shown by appointment only then buyers and Chino Hills buyers agents should abide by the showing instructions and appointments set. Similarly, sellers should extend the courtesy to buyers that once a bonafide appointment has been set that they actually allow the buyer inside.
Standing out on the porch while the homeowners can be heard roaming around inside and ignoring the buyers at the door definitely causes one to wonder whether there is a real intent to sell the home. Answering the door and telling the buyer that they will have to come back because you are eating dinner is perfectly acceptable if the buyer has shown up outside of their scheduled appointment time, but if the buyer has arrived as scheduled then this behavior is unsatisfactory. Of course, life happens and things come up. A phone call to reschedule or cancel should occur whether it is the buyer who must cancel or the seller who must cancel.
Bilateral courtesies must occur at the onset from all parties. After all, one never knows just who you will actually enter a contract to purchase a Chino Hills home. If we all work together to make the process of selling a Chino Hills home smoother, many frustrations can be avoided.
Preparing a Chino Hills home for sale can be a big process. Finding a buyer could be easier but sellers have to let the buyer inside.