Here are a few helpful tips for organizing your home for the spring market.
If you’re planning to sell your home this year, I have some tips to help get you organized this spring:
1. Pack early. Decluttering and depersonalizing are important steps to getting your home ready for sale. If you can pack a lot of that stuff ahead of time, you’ll get your home organized and make it more appealing to buyers in the process. You may want to consider renting a storage pod or dumpster to donate or get rid of unused items in your home while you prepare it.
Walk through your house and think about if you use things regularly, if you can store them ahead of time, or if you can just donate them to a number of different organizations in the hill country like HCFS, HCDB, or Junk King.
“Tuck away those important items and keepsakes while you sell.”
2. Make sure your house is spotless. I’m talking about five-star hotel cleaning. You may want to bring in a professional service to make sure those windows, baseboards, and every nook and cranny is clean.
3. Put away private items. If you’re going to be selling and showing your home, make sure you tuck away crucial items like jewelry, keepsakes, and medicines.
4. Don’t neglect the outside. Make sure your home looks great from the curb by pressure-washing the exterior and maybe adding a fresh coat of paint.
I work with a company called Olive Branch that’s all about getting organized. Reach out to learn more, and I’ll get you connected with the company’s owner.
If you have any other questions about getting organized, getting clean, or selling your home this spring, don’t hesitate to reach out via phone or email today. I look forward to hearing from you soon.