Every realtor will give you the same advice: declutter before you put your house on the market.
And it’s great advice – but everyone tends to head to the closets first, thinking they should toss out clothes they no longer wear, which is definitely important. But what effect should “decluttering” have on the presentation of your home?
- Aim for a minimalist look. In fact, take a tour through a model home to get advice.
When seeing a house for the first time, most buyers spend a lot of time in the kitchen. They also poke around the living room and the bedrooms, trying to imagine if they could see themselves in a house.
The bathroom? It’s definitely high on their priority list, but you don’t always know it from their behavior: Many buyers tend to give a glance to the bathroom. They know what they’re looking for – clean,
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As professional home organizers, we have seen every imaginable challenge when it comes to decluttering and organizing a home or office. What we have learned is that the biggest hurdle that most people have when they want to get organized is finally letting go of things that they no longer need or use.
There are usually two things that stop us when we are trying to declutter a space.