Redfin | Real Estate Tips for Home Buying, Selling & More

What to Look For on a Home Tour

Reading Time: 9 minutes

Touring homes can be a thrilling experience, especially if you’re a first-time homebuyer . However, you can easily get swept away in the excitement of it all and not realize that you’re missing out on some very important details about the home. Knowing what you want before touring homes is a great start, then while you’re on home tours don’t be shy to test everything. 

To help you feel more confident as you’re touring homes, we’ve broken it down for you: 

  • How to prepare for a home tour
  • How to schedule a tour
  • What to look for when touring a house
  • Questions to ask before, during, and after a home tour

house tour checklist

What is a home tour? 

Touring homes is one of the most exciting parts of the homebuying process. A home tour is when you finally get to see those online listings in person, which will give you the best idea if a home is a right fit for you. You can either tour a home in person or you can take a virtual home tour via video chat. However, it’s always best if you’re able to see the home in person. So when you’ve found a home you’re really interested in online, schedule a tour as soon as possible.

Be sure to take notes and photos as you’re touring. Most of the time you’ll be viewing a handful of homes, so this will make it easier to remember your thoughts and the details of each home. If health guidelines allow, try everything: open and close doors, flip light switches, test out the water pressure, and don’t forget about looking at the exterior of the home.

Not every house will be perfect, so try not to get caught up in minor cosmetic details, like paint colors or hardware finishes. However, you’ll want to be on the lookout for any red flags as you’re house hunting . Your agent should be able to point out potential problems and answer your questions as you walk through the home.

If you’re touring a home virtually with your agent, much of this same advice applies, though you’re obviously limited in how you can interact with the home. The most important thing you can do is be assertive in asking your agent to investigate the home for you and answer any questions you have. Learn what to ask during a virtual tour .

What’s the difference between an open house and a private home tour?

An open house is a public and typically casual event hosted by the listing agent that gives everyone the opportunity to leisurely tour the home for sale. Most open houses take place on Saturday and Sunday, usually between 10 am and 4 pm. Open houses are a great way to casually view a home either on your own or with your agent. But because they are open to everyone, you usually won’t be able to see the home in as much detail as you’d like. If you want to spend additional time taking detailed measurements and scrutinizing every square inch, you’ll want to book a follow-up private tour with your real estate agent.

Privately touring a home generally requires working with a buyer’s agent, but this can easily be done online within just a few minutes. A private, in-person home tour is the best way to see a home in detail. Be sure you give yourself enough time to get a feel not only for the home itself but also for the surrounding neighborhood.

Get pre-approved and secure your dream home

Before you begin touring homes, do your online research and start narrowing down your list of must-haves versus nice-to-haves. Then try to find homes to tour within your price range. Here are some things to consider before you start touring homes.

Research the neighborhood

Take a few minutes before or after your home tour to check out the neighborhood. How does the neighborhood feel? Is it bustling or is it quiet? Is there shopping, dining, and other amenities nearby? What are the schools like?

If you’re interested in making an offer on the home, you should do additional research online and ask your agent what she or he knows about the surrounding area. Also look at the home’s school rankings, Walk Score®, and Transit Score®, which can be found toward the bottom of the home’s listing page.

Floor plan, number of rooms, and room sizes

Do you prefer an open layout or do you like the differentiation between rooms in a house? 

As you’re touring homes, it’s important to think about the functionality of the home’s floorplan and layout, and if it will accommodate your lifestyle.

You’ll likely determine how many bedrooms you’re looking for before you begin touring homes, but don’t forget to note the size of the rooms when you start viewing houses in person. Will the bedrooms be large enough for your kids as they get older? Will it be spacious enough to accommodate a home office? While the number of bedrooms is important, so is the square footage of each room.

bedroom with sliding glass doors lots of natural light

How important is natural light and the direction your home faces?

If having plenty of natural light ranks high on your list of must-haves, you’ll want to take note of the amount of light each room may get throughout the day. Does the home face north or south? Typically, a south-facing home will see the most hours of sunlight throughout the day.

Do you have a preference on the style and age of the home?

Have you narrowed down the style of home you want? From craftsman-style houses to mid-century modern homes , there are many home styles to choose from. By browsing listings online, you’ll be able to get an idea of what home style(s) you’re most drawn to which can also help narrow down your search.

Would you prefer to buy a turnkey home that’s move-in ready? Are you looking for an older home that you can renovate or make minor upgrades? If you’re considering buying an older home, there are extra precautions you’ll want to take before putting in an offer. If the home has popcorn ceilings , you’ll want to consider the possibility of asbestos. How is the foundation? When will the roof need to be replaced next? 

Outdoor features

Last but not least, you should have an idea in mind of what you’re looking for in terms of outdoor space. Do you want a large, open yard? Are you looking for an outdoor space with a pool or enough space to install one? Or are you looking for a smaller patio area that will still allow you to lounge outside but without the upkeep of a large yard?

How to schedule a home tour  

Once you’ve done your research and you’re ready to start viewing homes in person, you can easily book a home tour online. Follow these quick instructions to book your online tour: 

1. On the right-hand side underneath the listing photos, find the “Go see this home” section. Then simply select the date you’d like to see the home, and whether you’d like to see it in person or via video chat, and press “Schedule Tour.”

house tour checklist

2. You’ll then be prompted with a few more questions regarding the home tour. Select the time that works best for you, your preferred method home tour method, and provide your contact information. And that’s it!

house tour checklist

House tour checklist: What to look for when touring a house

Once inside a home, try everything. Follow common courtesy but don’t be shy—open and shut the cupboards, flush the toilets, and whip out the measuring tape. Pay attention to stairways especially. Are the stairs comfortable to go up and down? Is there a rail? Are there any squeaks in the stairs or do they feel sturdy? Are there any turns or will the width be an issue when moving furniture? Here are a few key things to look for on each home tour:

  • Architectural style
  • Number, location, and size of bedrooms
  • Number, location, and size of bathrooms
  • Closet and storage space
  • Number of floors
  • Sightlines throughout the home
  • General floorplan
  • Age and condition of appliances
  • Light switches and number of sockets in each room
  • Plumbing and water pressure
  • Amount of natural light and views, if any
  • Noise levels inside and outside the home
  • Width and types of stairways
  • Porches and decks
  • Garage and/or parking capacity
  • Proximity to neighboring homes
  • Remodeling opportunities
  • Condition of roof and gutters
  • Cracks in foundation and driveway
  • Overgrown trees that could cause your home damage
  • Signs of water damage
  • Wall and floor condition such as uneven flooring, chips, or miss-matched flooring
  • The age of the electrical box 
  • How the home is heated and cooled (i.e. oil, gas, electric)
  • Possible pest infestation or other visible damage

Don’t forget about the exterior

Don’t forget to walk around the entire home and property. Pay attention to the age and condition of the roof and siding. Does the landscaping look like it will be a lot of work? If you don’t have a green thumb and don’t want to hire a gardener every month, you may want to look for a home with easy outdoor upkeep.

Take notes throughout the home tour

It’s easy to get homes mixed up so be sure to take notes on each tour. Write down features you particularly like and dislike about each home, and share these insights with your agent. Looking through your notes with fresh eyes may also trigger additional questions you have about the home.

Use your five senses when touring homes

Sight: Are there signs of water damage? Do you see mold? What does it look like under the sinks? How close are the homes next door? Can you see inside of your neighbor’s home? Is there natural light coming through or do the rooms feel dark? Is there anything of concern being covered by window dressings, rugs, etc.?

Hearing: What is the noise level like in the neighborhood? Can you hear nearby traffic noise, or is the house located near a railway? Is the interior of the home quiet or can you hear the HVAC system? Do the floors squeak?

Smell : Can you smell any odors from the carpet, such as animal odors? Do the bathrooms smell of mildew? Do the rooms smell over-sanitized with artificial fragrances? Does it smell like fresh paint?

Touch: What is the water pressure and temperature like? Do any of the walls feel damp, particularly in the bathrooms? Do the floors feel level? Is the tile slippery? Are the heated floors actually heated?

Taste : What does the tap water taste like?

house tour checklist

Questions to ask your real estate agent when looking at a house

Agents tour homes every day. Pick your agent’s brain for any unique qualities that stand out or flaws that you could be unaware of. If your agent doesn’t know the answer to a question, she or he can always ask the seller’s agent later. Here are a few common questions to ask your agent:

  • What do you like about the home?
  • Do you have any concerns about this home?
  • Is the home priced reasonably?
  • How long has this home been on the market?
  • When are offers due?
  • How many offers have been made?
  • Do you think the home will sell quickly?
  • Why is the home for sale?
  • How old is the home?
  • Is the home located in a flood zone?
  • What home improvements did the sellers make?
  • Are any repairs needed?
  • What type of heating and cooling systems are in place?
  • How old is the electrical and plumbing?
  • How old is the roof?
  • When were the floors last refinished?
  • What’s included in the home sale (like appliances)?
  • Can you see a copy of the current owner’s utilities?
  • Is there a homeowner’s association with fees?
  • How old are the appliances?
  • Is there a pre-listing home inspection?
  • How often has the home been sold in the last 10 years?

Red flags to look for when touring a house

While you should be looking for home features that check off your boxes, you should also be looking for red flags as you tour a house. These are a few potential red flags you should be aware of and pay close attention to during home tours: 

  • Overly-scented rooms – If there’s an overpowering fragrance, this could indicate that the seller is attempting to mask an odor. Be sure to investigate further for signs of pet odor, mildew, and so on.
  • Water stains and damage – If you notice any water stains, there’s a chance that there’s underlying water damage to the home, which could lead to costly repairs later on. You’ll want to take note of this and point it out during the inspection if you decide to submit an offer.
  •  A lack of maintenance – Be on the lookout for any signs that the homeowner has neglected regular maintenance, such as burnt-out lightbulbs, fading paint, and leaking faucets. If they didn’t upkeep these smaller items, imagine what larger issues have been avoided.
  •  Foundation issues – Are doors and windows difficult to open? Are there any noticeable cracks around doorways or windows? These could be indicators of underlying problems with the foundation.
  •  A sagging ceiling – If you notice the ceiling is sagging, this is an indication that there’s a larger structural problem. 
  •  Fresh paint – While it’s normal for a seller to freshen up their home with paint before selling, if there’s only one wall that’s been painted or it feels out of place, trust your gut. This could be a sign they’re trying to cover up an issue.

The bottom line 

Homebuying takes plenty of compromise and patience. It’s easy to fall in love with a home at first sight—and if you love a home, chances are everyone else will too. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but just realize that you may be up against some competition. Be prepared to make multiple offers before you find the right home at the right price.

If homes in your market tend to sell well over list price, keep that point in mind while you search for homes. Also, stick to your budget when you make an offer. By the time most buyers find out that a home with a low list price will sell for a lot more, they are typically already invested and are willing to bid up to “win” the home. Don’t overlook any red flags just because your heart is set on a home, though. You may not think something is a big issue now, but could be a potential health risk later on or lead to costly repairs.

Mekaila is a part of the content marketing team and enjoys writing about real estate and design trends. Her dream home would have ocean views and floor-to-ceiling windows to let in plenty of natural light.

Find the right loan for the home you love

You might also like.

house tour checklist

NAR Settlement: Kaboom!

moving checklist

Moving Checklist: Everything You Need to Know for a Smooth Move

white farm house

Navigating West Virginia Home Inspections: A Guide for Homebuyers

house tour checklist

Navigating South Dakota Home Inspections: A Guide for Homebuyers

blue two story house

Navigating Utah Home Inspections: A Guide for Homebuyers

white hosue with trees

Navigating Wisconsin Home Inspections: A Guide for Homebuyers

house tour checklist

The Advantages of Buying a Home in the Off-Season

Relevant articles.

house tour checklist

Popular Posts

Latest posts.

Riverfront Park

What is Spokane Known for? Get to Know the Lilac City

Tampa Florida

5 Tampa Landmarks to See if You’re New to the City

Hot air balloon ride

5 Must-Attend Festivals and Events in Lancaster

Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge with Reflection in the Susquehanna River

7 Unique Activities to do in York

el paso texas skyline at night_Getty

7 Awesome El Paso Suburbs to Consider Living In

reno nevada downtown at night_Getty

7 Awesome Reno Suburbs to Consider Living In

aerial view of salt lake city with mountains

8 Beautiful Places in Salt Lake City You Have to Visit

Most expensive home in the US has it's own dock

10 Most Expensive Homes for Sale in the US Right Now Listed by Redfin

Home in Hawaii with pool

What is South Hill, WA Known For? 4 Things to Love About This City

Luxury home in Hampton Roads

What is Redmond, WA Known For? 6 Things to Love About This City

Blue craftsman home in Seattle, WA

10 Essentials for Your New Home, from Top Redfin Agents

allentown pennsylvania at night

8 Popular Allentown, PA Neighborhoods: Where to Live in Allentown in 2024

Follow redfin, connect with a redfin agent.

  • Albuquerque Real Estate
  • Alexandria Real Estate
  • Anchorage Real Estate
  • Arlington Real Estate
  • Ashburn Real Estate
  • Atlanta Real Estate
  • Aurora Real Estate
  • Austin Real Estate
  • Bakersfield Real Estate
  • Baltimore Real Estate
  • Baton Rouge Real Estate
  • Beaverton Real Estate
  • Bend Real Estate
  • Birmingham Real Estate
  • Boca Raton Real Estate
  • Boise Real Estate
  • Boston Real Estate
  • Boulder Real Estate
  • Bowie Real Estate
  • Brentwood Real Estate
  • Buffalo Real Estate
  • Burlington Real Estate
  • Cape Coral Real Estate
  • Chandler Real Estate
  • Charleston Real Estate
  • Charlotte Real Estate
  • Chattanooga Real Estate
  • Chicago Real Estate
  • Cincinnati Real Estate
  • Colorado Springs Real Estate
  • Columbia Real Estate
  • Columbus Real Estate
  • Dallas Real Estate
  • Denver Real Estate
  • Des Moines Real Estate
  • Detroit Real Estate
  • El Paso Real Estate
  • Elk Grove Real Estate
  • Eugene Real Estate
  • Fairfax Real Estate
  • Flagstaff Real Estate
  • Fort Collins Real Estate
  • Fort Lauderdale Real Estate
  • Fort Myers Real Estate
  • Fort Worth Real Estate
  • Frederick Real Estate
  • Fremont Real Estate
  • Fresno Real Estate
  • Frisco Real Estate
  • Gilbert Real Estate
  • Glenview Real Estate
  • Henderson Real Estate
  • Honolulu Real Estate
  • Houston Real Estate
  • Indianapolis Real Estate
  • Irvine Real Estate
  • Jacksonville Real Estate
  • Jersey City Real Estate
  • Kansas City Real Estate
  • Knoxville Real Estate
  • Lake Tahoe Real Estate
  • Las Vegas Real Estate
  • Little Rock Real Estate
  • Long Island Real Estate
  • Los Angeles Real Estate
  • Louisville Real Estate
  • Madison Real Estate
  • Manhattan Real Estate
  • Manteca Real Estate
  • Memphis Real Estate
  • Mesa Real Estate
  • Miami Real Estate
  • Milwaukee Real Estate
  • Minneapolis Real Estate
  • Modesto Real Estate
  • Myrtle Beach Real Estate
  • Naperville Real Estate
  • Naples Real Estate
  • Nashua Real Estate
  • Nashville Real Estate
  • New Orleans Real Estate
  • New York Real Estate
  • Newton Real Estate
  • Oakland Real Estate
  • Oklahoma City Real Estate
  • Omaha Real Estate
  • Orland Park Real Estate
  • Orlando Real Estate
  • Palm Springs Real Estate
  • Philadelphia Real Estate
  • Phoenix Real Estate
  • Pittsburgh Real Estate
  • Plainfield Real Estate
  • Plano Real Estate
  • Portland Real Estate
  • Providence Real Estate
  • Quincy Real Estate
  • Raleigh Real Estate
  • Rancho Cucamonga Real Estate
  • Reno Real Estate
  • Richmond Real Estate
  • Riverside Real Estate
  • Rochester Real Estate
  • Sacramento Real Estate
  • Salem Real Estate
  • Salt Lake City Real Estate
  • San Antonio Real Estate
  • San Diego Real Estate
  • San Francisco Real Estate
  • San Jose Real Estate
  • San Luis Obispo Real Estate
  • Santa Clarita Real Estate
  • Santa Fe Real Estate
  • Sarasota Real Estate
  • Savannah Real Estate
  • Schaumburg Real Estate
  • Scottsdale Real Estate
  • Seattle Real Estate
  • Silver Spring Real Estate
  • Sioux Falls Real Estate
  • St. Louis Real Estate
  • Stamford Real Estate
  • Stockton Real Estate
  • Tacoma Real Estate
  • Tampa Real Estate
  • Temecula Real Estate
  • Tucson Real Estate
  • Tulsa Real Estate
  • Virginia Beach Real Estate
  • Washington, DC Real Estate
  • West Palm Beach Real Estate
  • Wilmington Real Estate
  • Woodbridge Real Estate
  • Worcester Real Estate
  • Alabama  •  Homes for sale
  • Alaska  •  Homes for sale
  • Arizona  •  Homes for sale
  • Arkansas  •  Homes for sale
  • California  •  Homes for sale
  • Colorado  •  Homes for sale
  • Connecticut  •  Homes for sale
  • Delaware  •  Homes for sale
  • Florida  •  Homes for sale
  • Georgia  •  Homes for sale
  • Hawaii  •  Homes for sale
  • Idaho  •  Homes for sale
  • Illinois  •  Homes for sale
  • Indiana  •  Homes for sale
  • Iowa  •  Homes for sale
  • Kansas  •  Homes for sale
  • Kentucky  •  Homes for sale
  • Louisiana  •  Homes for sale
  • Maine  •  Homes for sale
  • Maryland  •  Homes for sale
  • Massachusetts  •  Homes for sale
  • Michigan  •  Homes for sale
  • Minnesota  •  Homes for sale
  • Mississippi  •  Homes for sale
  • Missouri  •  Homes for sale
  • Nebraska  •  Homes for sale
  • Nevada  •  Homes for sale
  • New Hampshire  •  Homes for sale
  • New Jersey  •  Homes for sale
  • New Mexico  •  Homes for sale
  • New York  •  Homes for sale
  • North Carolina  •  Homes for sale
  • Ohio  •  Homes for sale
  • Oklahoma  •  Homes for sale
  • Oregon  •  Homes for sale
  • Pennsylvania  •  Homes for sale
  • Rhode Island  •  Homes for sale
  • South Carolina  •  Homes for sale
  • South Dakota  •  Homes for sale
  • Tennessee  •  Homes for sale
  • Texas  •  Homes for sale
  • Utah  •  Homes for sale
  • Vermont  •  Homes for sale
  • Virginia  •  Homes for sale
  • Washington  •  Homes for sale
  • West Virginia  •  Homes for sale
  • Wisconsin  •  Homes for sale
  • Albuquerque apartments for rent
  • Alexandria apartments for rent
  • Arlington apartments for rent
  • Atlanta apartments for rent
  • Augusta apartments for rent
  • Austin apartments for rent
  • Bakersfield apartments for rent
  • Baltimore apartments for rent
  • Barnegat apartments for rent
  • Baton Rouge apartments for rent
  • Birmingham apartments for rent
  • Boston apartments for rent
  • Charlotte apartments for rent
  • Chattanooga apartments for rent
  • Chicago apartments for rent
  • Cincinnati apartments for rent
  • Cleveland apartments for rent
  • Columbia apartments for rent
  • Columbus apartments for rent
  • Dallas apartments for rent
  • Dayton apartments for rent
  • Denver apartments for rent
  • Detroit apartments for rent
  • Durham apartments for rent
  • Fayetteville apartments for rent
  • Fort Worth apartments for rent
  • Fresno apartments for rent
  • Greensboro apartments for rent
  • Houston apartments for rent
  • Huntsville apartments for rent
  • Indianapolis apartments for rent
  • Irving apartments for rent
  • Jacksonville apartments for rent
  • Kansas City apartments for rent
  • Knoxville apartments for rent
  • Las Vegas apartments for rent
  • Los Angeles apartments for rent
  • Louisville apartments for rent
  • Macon apartments for rent
  • Marietta apartments for rent
  • Melbourne apartments for rent
  • Memphis apartments for rent
  • Mesa apartments for rent
  • Miami apartments for rent
  • Milwaukee apartments for rent
  • Minneapolis apartments for rent
  • Mobile apartments for rent
  • Murfreesboro apartments for rent
  • Nashville apartments for rent
  • New York apartments for rent
  • Norfolk apartments for rent
  • Oklahoma City apartments for rent
  • Omaha apartments for rent
  • Orlando apartments for rent
  • Pensacola apartments for rent
  • Philadelphia apartments for rent
  • Phoenix apartments for rent
  • Pittsburgh apartments for rent
  • Plano apartments for rent
  • Portland apartments for rent
  • Raleigh apartments for rent
  • Reno apartments for rent
  • Richmond apartments for rent
  • Riverside apartments for rent
  • Rochester apartments for rent
  • Sacramento apartments for rent
  • Saint Louis apartments for rent
  • Saint Petersburg apartments for rent
  • San Antonio apartments for rent
  • San Diego apartments for rent
  • Savannah apartments for rent
  • Seattle apartments for rent
  • Springfield apartments for rent
  • Tampa apartments for rent
  • Tempe apartments for rent
  • Tucson apartments for rent
  • Tulsa apartments for rent
  • Virginia Beach apartments for rent
  • Washington apartments for rent
  • Abilene houses for rent
  • Albany houses for rent
  • Amarillo houses for rent
  • Arlington houses for rent
  • Atlanta houses for rent
  • Augusta houses for rent
  • Austin houses for rent
  • Bakersfield houses for rent
  • Birmingham houses for rent
  • Charlotte houses for rent
  • Chesapeake houses for rent
  • Chicago houses for rent
  • Clarksville houses for rent
  • Columbia houses for rent
  • Columbus houses for rent
  • Concord houses for rent
  • Dallas houses for rent
  • Dayton houses for rent
  • Denver houses for rent
  • Destin houses for rent
  • Dothan houses for rent
  • El Paso houses for rent
  • Eugene houses for rent
  • Fayetteville houses for rent
  • Fort Wayne houses for rent
  • Fresno houses for rent
  • Greensboro houses for rent
  • Greenville houses for rent
  • Griffin houses for rent
  • Hampton houses for rent
  • Henderson houses for rent
  • Houston houses for rent
  • Huntsville houses for rent
  • Indianapolis houses for rent
  • Jackson houses for rent
  • Jacksonville houses for rent
  • Kissimmee houses for rent
  • Knoxville houses for rent
  • Lafayette houses for rent
  • Lakeland houses for rent
  • Lancaster houses for rent
  • Lansing houses for rent
  • Lawton houses for rent
  • Macon houses for rent
  • Marietta houses for rent
  • Memphis houses for rent
  • Mesa houses for rent
  • Mobile houses for rent
  • Montgomery houses for rent
  • Murfreesboro houses for rent
  • Nashville houses for rent
  • Orlando houses for rent
  • Pensacola houses for rent
  • Phoenix houses for rent
  • Port Saint Lucie houses for rent
  • Portland houses for rent
  • Raleigh houses for rent
  • Reno houses for rent
  • Richmond houses for rent
  • Riverside houses for rent
  • Roanoke houses for rent
  • Sacramento houses for rent
  • Saint Petersburg houses for rent
  • Salem houses for rent
  • San Antonio houses for rent
  • Savannah houses for rent
  • Spokane houses for rent
  • Springfield houses for rent
  • Stockton houses for rent
  • Tampa houses for rent
  • Toledo houses for rent
  • Tucson houses for rent
  • Tyler houses for rent
  • Valdosta houses for rent
  • Vancouver houses for rent
  • Waco houses for rent
  • Warner Robins houses for rent
  • Wichita houses for rent
  • Wilmington houses for rent

US flag

Updated January 2020: By searching, you agree to the Terms of Use , and Privacy Policy .

REDFIN IS COMMITTED TO AND ABIDES BY THE FAIR HOUSING ACT AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ACT. READ REDFIN’S FAIR HOUSING POLICY .

Copyright: © 2022 Redfin. All rights reserved. Patent pending.

REDFIN and all REDFIN variants, TITLE FORWARD, WALK SCORE, and the R logos, are trademarks of Redfin Corporation, registered or pending in the USPTO.

California DRE #01521930

NY Standard Operating Procedures

TREC: Info About Brokerage Services , Consumer Protection Notice

If you are using a screen reader, or having trouble reading this website, please call Redfin Customer Support for help at 1-844-759-7732.

IMAGES

  1. How to Prepare your Home for Travel (Plus Printable Checklist!)

    house tour checklist

  2. 18+ House Checklist Templates in Google Docs

    house tour checklist

  3. What to Look For When Touring Homes

    house tour checklist

  4. House tour checklist: Fill out & sign online

    house tour checklist

  5. Home Tour Checklist PDF Form

    house tour checklist

  6. FREE 30+ Tour Checklist Samples in PDF

    house tour checklist

VIDEO

  1. My New Empty House Tour

  2. My house: House tour

  3. House Tour

  4. House Tour

  5. REVIEWING A $4.8 MILLION CONDO ON ZILLOW

COMMENTS

  1. What to Look For When Touring Homes

    1. On the right-hand side underneath the listing photos, find the “Go see this home” section. Then simply select the date you’d like to see the home, and whether you’d like to see it in person or via video chat, and press “Schedule Tour.”. 2. You’ll then be prompted with a few more questions regarding the home tour.

  2. How To Tour a House: Tips for Virtual or In-Person Showings

    In short, the process of scheduling a tour can now happen in a few seconds, no harder than ordering lunch on Seamless. After you submit your information, you’ll be assigned a local real estate ...

  3. Home Touring: 9 What to Look For on a House Tour

    This includes your mortgage payment, utilities, maintenance, and more. 2. Make a list of wants and needs. It can be overwhelming to evaluate every aspect of a home. Narrow down what you want and need out of a home so you can quickly assess if a house meets or falls short of your wants and needs. → Download the ultimate house-hunting checklist. 3.