Home Staging Tips and Advice

Out of the closet

By Holly Schelleman

When preparing your house for sale, remember you are "selling space not
stuff". People tend to forget or neglect to clear their closets, drawers and cupboards. Potential buyers will most always look in a closet to determine its size; a closet or cupboard will look much more spacious when you take the time to purge what you no longer need or want.

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