Ever wonder why open houses are always held on Sundays? So did we. Know what we discovered? There’s no good reason! We’ve simply held on to a centuries-old tradition without asking why. We’re ready to change that. We don't do things just because that’s the way they've always been done—we do what’s best for our customers.
With RequestOpen.com, you are in charge. No more giving up your weekend to drive from open house to open house, hoping you can see your list of potential homes within the short window of time they are open.
How does it work?
See the houses you want, when you want. Simply click “Request an Open House,” submit the day and time that works for you, and we will reply with a confirmation. It’s that easy! Don't miss weekend family outings or spend your day off at the mercy of someone else's schedule. “Request an Open House” lets you set it and forget it and get on with your day.
Wait, I get to choose the Open House time?
Yes! That's the best part—you can schedule an open house any day that fits your schedule. The instant accessibility of RequestOpen.com allows you to schedule an open house any time, even during your lunch hour. Home buyers finally have complete flexibility and control in the open house marketplace thanks to this live, interactive tool. We hope you'll use RequestOpen.com whenever you’re in the market for a new home, and that you'll share this site with your family, friends and neighbors.
Why didn't someone do this sooner?
We've been asking ourselves the same question. With today's technology, why are we still putting ads in newspapers and waiting for the weekend to roll around? You schedule an appointment to see your doctor, your mechanic, even your hair stylist! Why wouldn't you schedule an appointment for one of the most important purchasing decisions in your life? Finally, there is a site tailored to your specific open house needs. Don't wait until Sunday to see the home of your dreams. Take advantage of the latest technology today.
Spend the weekend your way. See houses on your time and on your terms with RequestOpen.com.