Does your home have more than its share of dust bunnies? Do you have a "noticeable" kitty litter box and closets whose contents tumble toward your feet when opened? If you are planning to sell your home, please don't be offended by your real estate agent's suggestions about what you should do to prepare your home for the market.
One of the major challenges that sellers face is keeping their home in top showing condition while it is on the market. Many sellers have difficulty incorporating this necessity into their already busy lives. In such situations we strongly recommend that you get professional help.
If you already have a cleaning person, you may want to increase the cleaning frequency. Remember that not all buyers want to use their imagination to visualize a well-kept home. They usually react emotionally to exactly what they see, rather than to the possibilities that your home represents. If your home looks like it will require a lot of work, buyers may elect to keep looking.
For most sellers, the goal is to get the home sold as quickly as possible, and for the best price. Hiring a professional cleaner can pay high dividends.
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What Oscar-winning 1999 Best Picture about two neighboring American families was filmed in the interior of two actual homes located 12 miles apart?
"American Beauty," starring Kevin Spacey and Annette Bening.
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