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Open House Strategy with Jason Abrams




What's the number one way to succeed when hosting open houses? Just do them! In this video, Metrix Coach Jason Abrams explains what to do and avoid to experience the success an open house can bring.

Core concepts include:

  • Why hosting an open house on Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. is unsuccessful.
  • How the basics, like the MLS and balloons, are strategies you should be using.
  • Easy and thoughtful strategies you should implement during your open house.

For additional open house strategies and best practices, explore Metrix's Coaching program by clicking here.


Learn more about the Metrix Coaching and Training program HERE.

Jason Abrams: Jason has been called the “Jerry Maguire of Real Estate” by the New York Times. He has assisted more professional athletes in their relocation than anyone in the U.S. He sold homes on three continents and listed and sold a prominent movie director’s estate in London, a top-rated DJ's Hollywood Hills mansion, and a Fortune 100 CEO’s beach home in the Hamptons...all in the past year! Jason has taken on the role of teacher, guest lecturer, non-profit executive board member, HGTV host of Scoring The Deal, and real estate coach and consultant and is an advocate for reshaping the residential real estate business and communities nationwide.



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