• Julius Luciano

5 Steps to Decluttering your home when selling your house.

1. Start Small and only work on one small area at a time.

a. If you go in attempting to declutter the entire #house at once, you will get overwhelmed and frustrated. Instead focus on one area. Decide what you want to save or donate from a small room first, and then move on to the next room.

2. Call in reinforcements- friends can help you decide what is clutter and what is usable.

a. #Friends can not only help with a dauting task, but they can provide some clarity as well as objectiveness in what to keep and what to save.

3. Rent a #Dumpster

a. Super handy for disposing of remodeling materials, broken items, or things that are just not usable.

4. Dispose of #Electronics and #Hazardous Materials Properly

a. Make sure you wipe off all electronics of any personal data before donating or throwing them away.

5. Make each room look like what a buyer would want to buy.

a. This will allow you to get the most out of your house

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