If you have decided to sell the cabin that you own, the following tips can help make the open house that you will be holding one that is informative and pleasant for people who attend
Provide A Brief History Of The Cabin And Land
While people tour the property and home, provide a brief history of the cabin and the property that it is located on so that individuals will be aware of the year that the home was built, materials that were used to construct it, and any changes or repairs that have been made while you owned it.
Be upfront about any parts of the cabin that may need to be repaired down the road so that people will be able to decide if they are willing to be faced with additional fees if they purchase the cabin and land. Tell each guest about some points of interest that are located nearby, such as entertainment venues, parks, shopping centers, and environmental features to further entice potential buyers.
Create A Scrapbook For Guests To Look Through
Select some photographs of the inside of your home and the outside property that were taken during different seasons and years and create a scrapbook with them. Write captions on self adhesive labels and affix them underneath the photos that they correspond to. Place the scrapbook on a coffee table or counter and allow interested attendees to look through it at their leisure. The photos may help people envision different ways that they could decorate or furnish the home and ways to utilize the outdoor area if they decide to purchase the property.
Allow People To Experience The Environment In A Relaxing Manner
Set up a small dining area outdoors that includes patio tables and chairs. Prepare some simple appetizers and beverages or grill hot dogs and hamburgers to serve to people who have attended the open house. Allow people to relax outdoors while enjoying the food and refreshments and be readily available to answer questions.
While prospective buyers are taking in the tranquil setting that the cabin is located on, they may be inclined to make an offer for the home and land if they have enjoyed the time spent outdoors. Your hospitality will help each guest feel welcome and may encourage guests to spend additional time at the open house, which could also help increase their interest in purchasing the cabin and land.
For more tips about staging an open house, contact a real estate agent.