Time-saving tips to know before requesting a showing

  • First, call a lender to get prequalified. You need to know your buying power.
  • Second, drive by the home and through the neighborhood. There’s no need to schedule a showing if it is already eliminated because of its location, surroundings, environment, or other unavoidable features (i.e., it’s on a hill you’d never drive up/down in the winter).

Safety, courtesy, and etiquette tips

  • If you must cancel a showing, let me know immediately.
  • Stay together as we tour the home.
  • Make the showing adult only. We have no way of knowing if there are firearms, illegal substances, etc. in the home. Your child’s safety is very important to me!
  • Feel free to look around but leave personal property alone.
  • Don’t talk about prices inside the home.
  • Leave the property as we found it
  • - Do not leave doors unlocked unless you found them that way.
  • - Leave the lights as they are when we arrived.
  • - Watch out for pets. Help keep them contained—for your safety and theirs.
  • - If damage occurs, notify me so that I can inform the listing agent immediately
  • Remember the Golden Rule. Respect the home as you would want someone to behave in yours if they were viewing it in your absence.



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Krista Gross


Krista stands by her word and is her clients' best advocate—whether during the home purchasing transaction or lobbying at the legislative level for homeowners' rights. Krista is respected by her colleagues and well known and well liked throughout the community.

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