Storage Post Presents Tips for Staging a Home for Sale
When staging the home, families should also determine which items to dispose of before a move, as this reduces the stress associated with this major life change, StoragePost.com announces
Atlanta, Georgia – March 13, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —
People often choose to move during the summer months, especially families with children who remain in school. Doing so allows the children to get settled without missing any school. Furthermore, the weather tends to be nicer during this time. Anyone who may be considering a move in the near future will need to start preparing their home now to show to others, and Storage Units in Bronx NY can be of great help as the process moves forward.
“When staging a home to sell, try to keep items within the residence to a minimum. Only those essential items should be on display along with a few items that make the house feel like a home. By removing stuff from the residence, a seller finds they give potential buyers a better opportunity to envision their own items in the household. This tends to help the home sell in a shorter period of time. Use Storage Units in Pompano Beach FL to store those items that aren’t essential or get rid of them,” Matthew Clark, spokesperson for Storage Post, reports.
Making the decision as to which items should be gotten rid of can be hard for a person. However, all items don’t need to make the move with the family. Sentimental items may be kept along with those items that are used regularly. However, when it comes to seasonal items, holiday decor, and things of that nature, determine whether each item is truly needed and which may be disposed of before the move takes place.
“By taking the time to make these decisions before the move occurs, a family finds they can settle into their new home in a shorter period of time. Fewer items must be put away and the family can begin exploring their new home and city without the stress of a messy house. Get rid of items that are no longer useful, those that are in need of repair or replacement, and those that haven’t been used in one year. Simply eliminating these items will minimize the number of items to remove from the home during the staging process and means there will be less to move also,” Clark continues.
For those items where there is some question as to whether they should be kept, move them to the storage unit. If they aren’t needed before the move, chances are they won’t be needed after the move either. Determine this as the storage unit is cleaned out for the movers. Many families discover they can dispose of more items at this time.
“Staging a home is of great importance during the selling process. However, it is also of great help to the family in removing clutter from the home. Keep this in mind and take the time to stage carefully. By doing so, you save yourself time and hassle, and this will be appreciated when the move actually does take place,” Clark declares.
About Storage Post:
Established in 1998 by Bruce C. Roch, Jr., Storage Post strives to provide exceptional storage facilities, outstanding customer service, and unique solutions to common storage problems. Individuals making use of the company find their items are secure are conveniently located when they want and need them most.
Name: Matthew Clark
Organization: Storage Post
Address: Atlanta, GA, 30305
For more information, please visit http://www.storagepost.com
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