An Effective Homeshow Visit

Are you often overwhelmed at home shows? Rightfully so. With a multitude of vendors offering hundreds of products and services, it is easy to feel overwhelmed upon walking in. Here are some easy tips to make the most of your next home show visit:
  1. Have a clear idea of what you want to redo in your house. Your home show visit will be more effective if you can target booths that have offerings for the room you want to redo in your home first. Determine if new kitchen cabinets are more important than a finished basement in the month before the show.
  2. Get the home show guide online prior to the show. The guide will usually provide a list of vendors and their specialties, as well as a map of the floor. You can then choose which vendors to visit and map out your route prior to the show.
  3. Do research on general costs, materials, installation times, etc. prior to the show to have the information to ask good questions that will get you good answers. You will be able to engage in a more serious conversation about the types of home improvement to expect and next steps for you to research.
  4. Take notes on the pamphlets of companies that were of interest to you with product, service and cost information. Take contact information as well, and follow up immediately after the home show while the show is still top of mind! You can also leave your name and phone number at any booth to ensure the people you met will follow up with you.
This post was written by Jessica.

12 comments:

  1. Travis9:15 PM

    It is important to come in prepared whenever attending these home shows. Especially if you will look for new homes for sale, researching beforehand helps save time.

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  2. I agree. You should always come in prepared to these showrooms. Whether you are searching for Manila real estate properties or condos, doing a research beforehand gives you an idea which ones are the prime of the pack and which ones are pure sales talk.

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  3. I personally feel overwhelmed with home shows. I bought a house before and it's the best decision I made, thanks to the Conveyancing Bayswater Lawyers who helped me.

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  4. Good post. I often visit showrooms because I am thinking of buying a condo for myself since I just started working. It is really hard to decide which you would buy because a lot of offers are great.

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  5. One time, a buyers agent was asking me to view their showroom but I refused. I don't really have interests with that but I sometimes wonder if I would be encouraged if I try to look.

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  6. I think a home owners insurance company should also do home show visits to present what they could do for their clients. They can brief them with what their insurance would cover in case they would be used.

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