Storage Space

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Agents Realty

No matter how much storage space they have, most people feel that it's never enough. Most buyers put storage space high on their list of priorities for a new home, and all sellers must face the minor indignity of having prospective buyers open all of their closets to determine the size of each one.

Even an enormous closet looks small if it is cluttered. Your closets should be as organized as possible while your property is on the market. If you have too many things, have a yard sale, rent a storage unit temporarily, or make a tax deductible donation to a local charity. When you finish putting all of your closets in order, then attack the other storage areas. The areas that you have for storage will look much more spacious and attractive if they are neat and well-organized.

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Dallas Chambers

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David Obbee
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Dallas: Excellent advice- people do tend to fill up whatever space they have (myself included).  Thank you for sharing!

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