Selling Your Home in Michigan- Are You Really Ready? Then Prove It!

Real Estate Agent with Greenridge Realty Oakmont

Selling Your Home in Michigan- Are You Really Ready?  Then Prove It!


If you want your home to sell, you can make it more sellable by beginning to move!

In other words, start packing!  

You are going to anyway, so you may as well be ahead of the game in more ways than one!

Begin with one room and pack away everything that you have not used in the last month.



Have strong containers that are well labeled with room and contents.

Store only similar content in the same container.

Move the containers OUT of the living area for storage in basement and / or garage - NOT in closets!


You will create more space in your home, remove a lot of clutter, see more things to clean or touch up, and have your home ship-shape for Buyer viewings!


It works!

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Lou Ludwig
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Getting the sellers to start packing is a good sign that their serious.

Good luck and success.

Lou Ludwig

Apr 09, 2015 10:29 AM #1
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