Hi, my names Rachael Goldsworthy. We’re just heading off to an open inspection at Riverstone this morning. It’s a new listing. We’ve had about 45 inquiries during the week and we’re expecting 19 people this morning. It’s going to be good open inspection.
What I’ll probably recommend for buyers when they’re looking at getting into a home or going to an open inspection, might sound a bit dorky but take a clipboard. You can write down a list of things that you’re looking in for in a home. Maybe the top ten things. You’re probably not going to get all of them in any home, so you’ll probably get eight to ten things out of a home but the other two things you can always add to later on once you’re in there. Things like land size might be important to you, whether it’s brick veneer, double brick or weather board. Whether you have terracotta roof tiles, whether you have an iron roof. It’s all dependent on what you want to do.
Just make sure that you’re clear of what you want to achieve from the open home, and make sure you have a look at everything you possibly can at the home because it always just gives you a better snapshot. When you walk away you’ve got some notes, and you can go back to them because you might be looking at say, three homes, in one particular day. There’s no way that you can remember all of those things at any one time. That would be my advice to you.
Good luck with your opens, I hope they go well as I’m sure this one will today. I’ll catch up with you in the next video.