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Topic - Anita Lasansky
Your checkbook is welcome and a smile would be nice, but please leave the attitude at home when attending an open house - it easily could be misconstrued as impolite or discourteous.
"Bringing an entourage of relatives and friends for a first viewing is rather disruptive," Ms. Lasansky said. "Chattering loudly in a foreign language is rude because the Realtor doesn't understand and cannot answer your concerns."
"Do not trash the house verbally or say ugly things about the decorating," said Anita Lasansky, managing broker with Long & Foster's Reston North Hills office.