In a building that I manage all unit owners/brokers have to register their open house with management. We ask for the broker(s) name(s) and that is given to the door staff along with the notice of the open house. If someone attempts to have an open house with registering, we do not allow potential buyers in. It's a hard stance but it has worked well and unit owners accepted it. In a non-doorman building we do something similar but we pay the Super extra to be present during the open house and we only allow open houses from 12-6pm.
We do not permit an open house of any type at any time for any reason. Hence, no issues, no folks wandering about, no security concerns. When showing an apartment either the seller must be present or ... more
An open house means the potential buyer gets to look at that apartment that is listed and scheduled for an open house. They should not be wondering your building without management/board approval.... more