How are your closets looking? Are they stuffed to the brim with never-used guest towels, old toys, and the fine china you never use?

Here’s a tip: If your closets look like they can’t fit another thing inside, buyers are going to assume your house doesn’t have enough storage. And storage is, oddly, as important to most buyers as the number of bedrooms and bathrooms.

The storage factor is just one thing to consider when selling your home. I’ve compiled our top five home-selling secrets, and would love to talk with you more about prepping your home to sell. Reach out any time for more information.

Plus: if you haven’t done so yet, check out my Name Your Selling Price website, where you can enter the price you think your home is worth. I have a large inventory of buyers, and if I find a buyer interested in your selling price, I will let you know.

 

5 Things No One Tells You About Selling Your Home

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