You probably know what its like to look at homes online or in person and say to yourself, “Who decorated this?! It looks horrible!” One person’s mansion is another person’s shack. The collectible Pepsi cans from the 1990s filling your shelves might be really cool to you, but they may not be the best to have displayed if your trying to sell your home. In order to set their home up for the best possible result, home sellers should remember that the buyer needs to mentally move in. If there are shelves, couches and counters full of clutter and other personal items the buyer will see YOUR house NOT their future home. By decreasing the unnecessary clutter in your home you are allowing your future buyers to imagine themselves in your home. The below article mentions that a maximum of five items should be on anything in the home and they should be carefully placed. If the potential buyer can mentally move in without your sentimental (but important) clutter, they will hopefully make a great offer to buy.
Read a more detailed list from the following website. If you would like more information about how to get ready to sell your home please contact me at your convenience.