STAGING – Sparse Space
When selling your home, less means more. Buyers want to picture themselves with their belongings in your home, which they can’t do if it is cluttered or filled with personal items. Remove extra furniture and any collections, family photos, religious or seasonal artifacts. Neutral paint and decor will help increase the appeal of your home, creating a blank slate for buyers to imagine how they will use it. You should also clear clutter and personal items from closets, storage spaces and medicine cabinets. In short, keep only those items you need on a daily basis, and donate or pack the rest.
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