If your plan was to search for a home by visiting open houses in Long Beach CA this spring, you’ll need to head to virtual open houses. But how do you find virtual open houses? And how do you know which Long Beach neighborhoods to look in?
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The fact is, agents are still just learning how to best do virtual open houses and how to let buyers know about them, so it may be a while before they are all reliably easy to find in one place. Let’s face it, some agents don’t even make their live open houses easy to find.
What exactly a virtual open house entails and how you access it may vary also. Some agents are using Zoom and you’ll have to register. Others are streaming live via Facebook or using Google Chats. You should be able to determine access from this app, which you can download on your mobile device via this link: http://hms.pt/GrUA
This HomeSpotter CRMLS app pulls information DIRECTLY from the Multiple Listing Service, which is what agents use to search for homes — and it will be your best source for finding virtual open houses in Long Beach, CA and surrounding communities.
Want to explore neighborhoods in Long Beach? Click here to view a page on our website with information on all the Long Beach neighborhoods, including boundaries, what you can find there, and a list of homes for sale in each Long Beach neighborhood.
And remember, if you have a question about a Long Beach neighborhood or a home, or if there’s a home you’re interested in that doesn’t have a virtual open house, our team is happy to arrange a virtual showing for you. Just fill out the contact form below with your questions or give us a call at 562.896.2456.