Long & Foster Real Estate, the nation’s No. 1 independent real estate brand by sales volume, will host its annual fall open house weekend on October 7 and 8. The event, which takes place in many of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast markets the company serves, provides an opportunity for home buyers to explore numerous properties that are available for sale in their communities.
“At Long & Foster, we are committed to providing each and every customer with world-class service so that they have the best possible experience as our agents guide them on their journey home,” said Gary Scott and Larry “Boomer” Foster, presidents of Long & Foster Real Estate. “Our open house weekend event provides an opportunity for sellers to show their homes and buyers to shop for homes in an easy and informative way. We believe that a home should be more than just a place where you live; it should be a place that you love.”
To make the process simple for potential buyers, loan officers with Prosperity Home Mortgage, LLC, will be on site at as many Long & Foster open house locations as possible to answer questions about the mortgage process and pre-qualify interested individuals. Representatives from Long & Foster Settlement Services and Long & Foster Insurance will also be in attendance at many locations to help buyers learn about everything from closing on a property to maintaining and protecting their investment.
“In many markets, low inventory levels are making the homebuying and selling process more complicated, and having the right professionals in place to help buyers and sellers through the process is key,” said Jeffrey S. Detwiler, chief executive officer of The Long & Foster Companies, parent company of Long & Foster Real Estate. “Long & Foster’s open house weekend gives consumers an opportunity to learn about the real estate market. They can discover what homes are available, educate themselves about various neighborhoods and communities, and get more information about each step of the transaction, whether they plan to buy or are just considering it in the future.”
To find open houses in your area, visit OpenHouses.LongandFoster.com. For more information about buying, selling and owning a home, visit LongandFoster.com or Newsroom.LongandFoster.com/blog.