Open Houses in Atlanta This Weekend

Below is a list of all of the advertised open houses this weekend. Please let us know if you would like any additional information on these homes, or, if you would like to visit any of these homes and the timing of the open houses don't work for you, we can schedule the appointments for you. You can search all Atlanta homes for sale from here.

*Tip: Click on "Refine Results" to narrow the open house results to exactly what you want.

Atlanta Open Houses This Weekend August 20, 2019
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Listing information last updated on Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 4:22 AM.

About Open Houses in Atlanta

Open houses are a great way for you as a buyer to get out on your own and explore new listings to help you narrow in on the type of house that most appeals to you. It's also a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon if you are one of those nosy neighbors or just love real estate. We know who you are and there are lots of you out there!There are certain things you should know as a consumer to help you navigate these open houses on your own. However, if you are a real buyer, there are certain things you should know as a consumer to help you navigate these open houses.

Open houses are a way to market a property for sale by an agent on behalf of a seller. However, as any honest real estate agent will tell you, the best part for us is the opportunity to meet new prospects and try and turn them into clients. This is a good business practice and is commendable from a lead generation point of view. However, you want to keep in mind that an agent at an open house is working to represent their client, the seller. This specifically means that they may not the best agent to represent your interests because of their fiduciary responsibility to a seller.

What you need is an agent to work with you as a buyer the same way the other agent works with the seller but if you find yourself in an open house unrepresented, be prepared for that agent to try to get you to work with them. If you know this going into the open house, you will be in a better position to handle yourself as you walk through and explore the house.

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If you find a house that you want more information about on our website, just request more information while you are here and we can get you the information and then you can let the agent at the open house know that you have an agent that you already want to work with!

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