Open house -ing has long been a hobby for real estate market watchers and nosey neighbours alike. In fact, it was the thing to do on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Pile into the car and drive around in search of those “open house” sandwich signs lining the sidewalks. Technology has changed the way people shop for homes, but when it’s crunch time, most buyers still want to see, touch and smell the home before they buy. But before you walk through the door and cross eh line, here’s a quick open house etiquette refresher to keep in mind. And remember: until closing, you’re a guest in someone else’s home. Treat it with the same respect you’d expect your own home.