STAGING – Keep Your Closets Clear
Make sure your closets are cleared out and tidied up before showing your home. Don’t try to stuff extra belongings in your closets to keep them out in sight. This doesn’t work. It just makes it look like you have smaller closets and not enough room for your belongings. The time to weed out any unnecessary items and make your closets appear more spacious is before you put your house so it does not appear crammed and crowded. Fold fresh towels neatly in the linen closet and keep things to a minimum. Home buyers do not want to have to look through your personal items. They will be better able to visualize their belongings if it is neat and clutter-free. By clearing out the closets, prospective buyers will have a clearer idea of where their items will go.
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