In my last post I introduced the idea that “Declutering” is misunderstood. I’m posting about this because I see it done badly far too often. When preparing a home begin by getting rid of all the kids stuff they left behind; by having a yard sale or a Goodwill pick-up. Start big. Then remove all the clothes you no longer wear. Prospective buyers will look in your closets and everywhere else too. Throw away or give away everything you can, then you’re reading to begin staging and getting ready to list your home. Continue reading Staging a home for sale
I recently did an open house for another agent. The homeowner had removed every semblance of personality from the home. Shelves and bookcases were swept clean but every room had excess furniture crowding each room. The net result – each room looked small and unattractive. What do my followers think about staging a home properly? I’ll share my ideas in my next post.
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