San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud


Sketchy Showings

Private showings. Open Houses. When a buyer is ready to buy, they obviously want to see homes. What happens in homes across San Francisco during private showings? Generally, nothing of note. But every now and again, something unexpected does happen.

In this episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we talk about some of our more sketchy showings from decades of listing and showing homes in San Francisco.

As we mentioned in episode 10 - Open House OMG! - in San Francisco, there are very few properties that are on lockbox. Maybe 10 to 15 percent of properties on the market use lockboxes, but generally homes are shown only by open house or during a private appointment.

Episode 11 belongs to Britton Jackson, who has a story of a private showing that is so... well, it just left Matt speechless and we all know how rare that is! In episode 11 of Escrow Out Loud, Matt gets quiet for and Britton takes the floor with a terrifying showing.

What's your first thought when you walk into a room full of lit candles? Do you listen to your guy and say no? What makes a true Realtor? Listen in to find out!

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