Landlord selling our home – what is reasonable amount of showings to allow?

I’m currently a tenant in a 3 apartment house in CT. Looking through reddit posts to get a sense of how many showings homes for sale can expect, I am a bit freaked out because people are saying 20-30-50 showings in a weekend.

Both my upstairs neighbor and I work from home. As a tenant, I have the right to say yes or no to allowing access to my apartment, so my question is what is a reasonable amount of showings to allow or limit to set? I really don’t want 40 people traipsing through my house 8 hours day… or have to manage scheduling 50 appointments, etc. Should I ask for a set number of open house hours or something? what is a reasonable amount of time for a showing to spend in my apt?

Has anyone else been through this? Thoughts?

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I’m currently a tenant in a 3 apartment house in CT. Looking through reddit posts to get a sense of how many showings homes for sale can expect, I am a bit freaked out because people are saying 20-30-50 showings in a weekend. Both my upstairs neighbor and I work from home. As a tenant, I have the right to say yes or no to allowing access to my apartment, so my question is what is a reasonable amount of showings to allow or limit to set? I really don’t want 40 people traipsing through my house 8 hours day… or have to manage scheduling 50 appointments, etc. Should I ask for a set number of open house hours or something? what is a reasonable amount of time for a showing to spend in my apt? Has anyone else been through this? Thoughts? submitted by /u/tigerlily4501 [link] [comments]

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