When showing a home, an agent has a responsibility to the other agent to abide by their showing instructions. This may mean turning all lights off, locking all doors, setting the alarm, and closing all blinds.
- Buyers should not play with locks, alarms, or blinds.
Agents should take good care of the seller’s belongings when showing the property.
2. Buyers should not open drawers and go through the belongings of the seller.
Agents should keep the buyers all together even if children are present.
3. Buyers should stay together with their agent and not allow their children to play with another child’s toys or run through a home touching items.
Agent’s should discourage use of the plumbing facilities in the home.
4. It is impolite of a buyer to use another’s bathroom. They should plan their time accordingly as much as possible.
Agent’s should discourage buyer’s from making confidential or discouraging remarks about the home until outside. More and more sellers are using technology to record these remarks.
5. Buyers should hold their remarks until in private with their agent.
All of these items will assist in negotiating the best deal possible for the buyers.