The biggest holiday of the year
Every culture embraces its own unique set of holidays, but with Christmas being the most celebrated holiday followed closely by Thanksgiving, you may think a holiday open house is off the table. Remember, open houses are a way to invite potential purchasers into a home to experience what living there would be like.
The holiday season is a time where many households bake up seasonal specialties so why not schedule your open house around the day something fresh has just popped out of the oven.
The lingering scent of home baking can trigger emotions and a sense of familiarity making the home more appealing to the potential buyer. Follow up with virtual tours where the buyer will reinforce the memory of the home’s fit and flow after the open house.