If you’re a home seller and you want to enhance your home’s showing experience, you need to thin out the furniture on the inside. I just gave this same advice to a home seller I’m working with now. Their house has a lot of furniture in it despite the fact that they don’t live there anymore, so I advised them to either empty the entire home—which they’ll have to do prior to closing anyway—or thin out about 50% of the furniture. This means taking out about half the furniture of any given room. So, think about what furniture needs to go in your home and start thinning out the rooms. You can rent a storage unit to place the extra furniture, and in the meantime, buyers will have a better showing experience in your house. To hear my full message on this topic, watch my latest video.
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Greg Sisson, Realtor
RE/MAX First Choice
Serving the Grand Strand
350 Hilton Road, Suite 100
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572