How to prepare to sell your home
One good tip is to declutter your home well in advance of the first public showing. Open your closets, pry open your cellar and start donating, recycling and throwing out all the clutter in your home. Space is one of the main things that people looking for a new home keep an eye out for, so you want to make sure that your home looks spacious and streamlined.
If you have any unwanted old CDs, DVDs, and electronics such as electric cords, phones and printers, these can be taken to a local electronic store for recycling. A public showing needs to present a photo-ready home and decluttering will also help to cut down on how much you need to move.
Personal privacy issues are something that has to be faced when selling your home in preparation for a move. People are going to be peering into the way you live, opening closets and so on. You can either get used to this or, if the very thought of it induces nausea, choose to only do private showings rather than open houses. Realtors do not tend to like this, but it is your choice.
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