Well what does your Realtor recommend?
It all depends on the property and the location.
In general, if there are a lot of details that are important to the sale of the home, your listing agent may
want to be present at each of the showings, then a lock box is not required, but that will require coordination between two busy Realtors the Sellers and the Buyers....
If you have a lock box, thee are various types, discuss it with your listing agent, what is safer what is not
where to place it etc.
If you are working with a Realtor who will list and market your home, he or she should be able to explain
all to you. For high end homes with valuable decor, and details not readily seen, I usually accompany all
showings, otherwise by electronic lockbox...
Good Luck to you
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