Kitchen Clutter - House selling tips

Removing Kitchen Clutter is another of the steps to getting your house ready to sell.

With our assistance and following these home selling tips, we are on our way to quickly selling your Property for it's maximum potential.

The kitchen is a good place to start removing clutter, because it is an easy place to start. Don't forget --Emotions -- Women pay close attention to the kitchen!

First, get everything off the counters. Everything. Even the toaster. Put the toaster in a cabinet and take it out when you use it. Find a place where you can store everything in cabinets and drawers. Of course, you may notice that you do not have cabinet space to put everything. Clean them out. The dishes, pots and pans that rarely get used? Put them in a box and put that box in storage.

You see, homebuyers will open all your cabinets and drawers, especially in the kitchen. They want to be sure there is enough room for their "stuff." If your kitchen cabinets, pantries, and drawers look jammed full of kitchen clutter, it sends a negative message to the buyer and does not promote an image of plentiful storage space. The best way to do that is to have as much "empty space" as possible.

For that reason, if you have a "junk drawer," get rid of the junk. If you have a rarely used crock pot, put it in storage. Do this with every cabinet and drawer. Create open space and remove all the kitchen clutter.

If you have a large amount of foodstuffs crammed into the shelves or pantry, begin using them - especially canned goods. Canned goods are heavy and you don't want to be lugging them to a new house, anyway - or paying a mover to do so. Let what you have on the shelves determine your menus and use up as much as you can.

Beneath the sink is very critical, too. Make sure the area beneath the sink is as empty as possible, removing all extra cleaning supplies. You should scrub the area down as well, and determine if there are any tell-tale signs of water leaks that may cause a homebuyer to hesitate in buying your home.


Sellers: Getting your House ready to sell!

As any good real estate agent will tell, we can't sell your house without each other. Selling a house is a partnership between you, the homeowner, and me, your real estate agent. I want to assist your in the successful and pleasurable experience of selling your house, but I will need you assistance. Here are a few selling tips that can help maximize the selling potential of your house. Working together, we are on our way to quickly selling your house for it's maximum potential in today's Real Estate market.

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