This Cat Litter Will Help You Sell A House

By
Real Estate Agent with Excellent Service Realty

Good kitty litter makes all the difference ! Yes, I said kitty litter. Why do I care about kitty litter? ...because this brand of kitty litter is going to help you sell your house. How? Because a house that smells like kitty litter leaves an impression and not a good one. Smell, more than anything else, is what buyers remember. Studies have been done on memory and smell and your sense of smell is a powerful stimulant to memory. When you are old...or not...smell can trigger a memory from long ago. People remember smells longer than anything else. When a buyer leaves the house, they leave with an impression and a memory of what the house smells like. Did the house leave them with a good impression of a bad one? I wholly recommend this litter as I have used it before. I tried them all; this is "The One".     The Best Kitty Litter is http://www.worldsbestcatlitter.com/Products/WBCL/default.aspx
It's the best because it totally arrests the smell of cat urine. It's also natural, it clumps and is very low dust. It's everything a cat lover could want ...and a Realtor !

Comments (3)

Eric Reid
Renaissance Realty Group of Keller Williams Atlanta Partners - Lawrenceville, GA

Ok we fixed the cat litter issue now how do we get the cat food of the counter and down off the floor .. I know the dog will eat it but buyers hate the idea of the cat walking all over the kicten counters

Jun 14, 2009 01:34 PM
Suzanne McLaughlin
Sabinske & Associates, Inc. (Albertville, St. Michael) - Saint Michael, MN
Sabinske & Associates, Realtor

Great idea.  I also use carpet and odor elimator in bank-owned homes on the carpets.  They freshen up the stale odors in the homes.  Sometimes, people seem to think the homes were just vacated!  Good grief, if the people who just left were that great housekeepers!

Jun 14, 2009 01:35 PM
Barry Smith
Excellent Service Realty - Saint Petersburg, FL

I agree Eric, I too hate cats walking on countertops. I did not let mine; it's gross...where food goes. Of course, you can't dictate to a seller on this or change it, so I would just have to say...there's always option 409 or kitchen antibacterial. I think most buyers understand they can disinfect it.

Jun 14, 2009 02:07 PM