Before you list your homeJan 16, 2015
When a home is being shown for sale, it must be immaculate, every single time it’s being shown. It should look like no one lives there: no toothbrushes, curling irons, or paperwork allowed.
Is this difficult to keep up? Absolutely. But you’d be surprised at how bad an impression just a few personal toiletries or dishes can make.
Beautifully organized closets with ample room create an impression in the buyer’s mind that they, too, can have an orderly life in the home. You need to make sure that the closets are well organized and do not look overwhelmed with stuff.
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