One of the top 5 reasons a home doesn’t sell is that the home is difficult to show. Most homes sold involve a listing agent and a selling agent. If the listing agent makes it difficult to show a home, such as requiring the listing agent to accompany all showings, this discourages selling agents. The selling agent then has to work around 4 time schedules – the buyer’s schedule, the selling agent’s schedule, the homeowner’s schedule and the listing agent’s schedule. If a selling agent has a choice of comparative homes to show, which ones will she/he choose – a home that is relatively easy to show, or one where the selling agent has set up roadblocks to arrange a showing? In order to buy a home, the buyer must see it. In this market of high inventory, making your home easily available for showings, may be the key to a sale.