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Less Is MORE

If you’re like most homeowners, your house is filled with all your favorite things. But when the house is “overflowing,” it can be a problem. A potential buyer might feel overwhelmed in a crowded house and might not be able to get a good sense of the structure of the house itself. Be certain to make it as easy as possible for buyers to imagine their own furniture and artwork in the home. When you remove things from a room — whether it’s chairs or knickknacks — it opens up the space and gives it a feeling of roominess. “Decluttering is always a nice thing,” says Lori A. Abram, CRS, of Choice Realty & Management in Bloomington, Ind. “You want to create a warm, homey feel and not have buyers feel like you’ve moved out already. But anytime you can straighten up, that helps.”
  
Sometimes, removing furniture like an end table makes the space seem larger; and other times, simply rearranging the furniture in a room will give a similar impression. Another tip: Make sure there’s enough white space around each piece of art on the wall. A good rule of thumb is to place only one good-sized piece of art on a wall in a normal-sized room. The same goes for plants. And if you don’t have enough storage space in the basements or closets for everything you’re removing, it might be worth renting a storage locker until you sell your house.





CRS: Only the Best

Buying or selling a home can seem like an overwhelming task. But the right REALTOR® can make the process easier and more profitable.

A Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), with years of experience and success, will help you make smart decisions in a fast-paced, complex and competitive market.

To receive the CRS Designation, REALTORS® must demonstrate outstanding professional achievements, including high-volume sales or a high number of transactions (and often both) and pursuing advanced training in areas such as business planning, real estate investing, marketing and technology. They also maintain membership in the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® and abide by its Code of Ethics.

Work with the top 4 percent of agents in the nation. Contact the Council of Residential Specialists to find a CRS who has demonstrated results and shown unsurpassed professionalism at www.crs.com under “Find a CRS.”
 
     
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