A house for sale usually has contents here and there.
Needed to enjoy living there. Unless the moving van just left and the place is ready for vacancy by the new Maine home buyer. But even though some home owners travel light, or load it up like a beat the buffet while living in the Maine home, there comes a time.
Where no matter how they lived and used the place, the lack of getting rid of old stuff means someone has to do it.
Unless the new Maine home owner thinks this cargo is pretty peachy keen.
Let's keep it around and sort through and reuse what we can.
Maybe have our own continuous garage sale instead of using those bays for vehicle storage.
Often the "toys" in the garage, sheds, around the Maine home can attract attention but cause the galloping gimmees. Would you throw those in for the same Maine house price?
A theme that the Berenstain Bears mentioned in one of there book highlight publications if I remember my bedtime story telling selections after all these years.
The big distinction is the way the buyer and seller of the Maine home look at the things laying around or even neatly packed away. Not the same way. And having to hire the removal, using the dumpster for the fees to tip them over at the transfer station.
Whoever has that bill and chunk of time to perform the nasty duty suddenly can have a different viewpoint.
It depends on whose ox is getting gored right?
To empty out the home, all those levels, every single room and extra structure of its contents.
The thought can give you a mental hernia or thought process charlie horse cramp.
Reach the article on fixtures, what should find its way to the door before the house showing sales process gets underway.
Leave it or heave it? What stays, should go in a Maine home sale.