The Sunday Times vs. Crossword Puzzles
But it felt like it.
Unlike most Realtors, I am not a stickler for sign-in sheets, or otherwise “taking attendance” at open houses I host.
That’s because, in my experience, if you force people to leave contact information, they will — it just might not be correct.
It’s also the case that people who want to be in touch with you, will; if they have a sincere interest in the home you’re selling, the area, or have a real estate-related question, they’ll naturally exchange contact info with you.
So how do I gauge Sunday open house traffic?
By how many sections of the Sunday New York Times I get through during the two hour open (I have it along for any lulls; I’m not into crossword puzzles).
At Chowen last Sunday, I barely read two paragraphs from one Op-Ed piece.