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Good grief I've taken entire families. Herds ;)
John McCormack, CRS
Depends on if occupied or not.
Always best to determine the decision makers early.
The decision makers
It does not matter to me as long as the decision makers are present.
I had 45 show up one time...I politely explained that was not going to happen...No more than 6
I would prefer to keep it at two, plus kids if they must come. Though, it's really tough to say no.
I will show immediate family unless there are other decision makers.
I like only 2 max. More than that is a distraction
As many as needed, all are invited. I've had entire Families with their Brothers, Sisters and their kids and Grandparents too.
It doesn't matter to me how many want to look at homes as long as they have their own way.
I'd say 4-6, parents & kids ok. It has only been once when I had a client try to bring an entire entorage of friends. If you ask me that is not needed for your home buying process.