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open house

In residential real estate sales,an opportunity for prospective home buyers to tour a home offered for sale, or a model home, during a time period when it will be open for all visitors. Shoppers trying to refine their ideas regarding housing needs should not hesitate to attend open houses—they are not wasting the agent's time.Real estate agents and brokers welcome opportunities to tell prospective buyers about other properties if the present one is not appropriate and are also eager to assist prospective sellers who are just checking out the market and possible prices to ask for their own homes.

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Community venues across Birmingham will soon be playing host to a series of fun, family friendly open days designed to help get more unemployed young people into work.
Remember that no question is too small, or too silly, and that Open Day staff and students will certainly have heard it before
Sta- at Trinity Lodge Care Home, in Quorn Way, Ernesford Grange, will be organising the bizarre tribute to celebrate National Care Home Open Day on June 20.
Supporter Partnerships manager Robyn Deegan said: "A lot of planning is put into place to make events like the Open Day happen and it's a real team effort from the club as it involves a lot of our behind the scenes staff to make the day a success".
March 19: Cleveland College of Art and Design open day at Church Square, Hartlepool, 2.
Northumbria University is expecting more than 10,000 people at their open day on Saturday, October 6.
Staff at Northumbria University are expecting more than 10,000 people to descend on their campus on Saturday for this year's open day.
Today the club is holding one of the first of its regular open days when the public can enjoy miniature train rides - steam, diesel and electric - and tram rides at its site off King George V Drive East.
Next weekend the club is holding one of the first of its regular open days when the public can enjoy miniature train rides - steam, diesel and electric - and tram rides at its site off King George V Drive East.
Over 8,000 attended that latest open day when stables open included Henry Cecil, William Haggas, Ed Dunlop, Mark Tompkins and John Gosden.
At a typical open day, you will get the chance to inspect the learning facilities, attend taster lectures, see your possible future accommodation, visit the Students' Union and tour the campus.
The open day included a number of programmes, theatre performances, poems, and competitions organized by students at Quriyat schools.