As May transitions into June, we are officially set to hit summer. And that means (among other things) that it’s moving season. According to the most recent census, almost 12% of the total United States population moves every year. On average, families in the U.S. sell their homes about every 6 to 7 years. One of the most popular reasons for moving is housing-related or because those moving “Wanted new or better home/apartment”. Regardless of the reasons, moving from one home to another inevitably requires the need to dispose of unwanted household items.
As part of the selling process, many real estate agents and realtors will offer to help their clients stage their homes to present it in as an appealing manner as possible. What this often requires is the removal of redundant, broken or unsightly furniture and other household items. Whether you are selling your home, helping a client sell, or simply moving to a new rental, here are some tips to help your prepare.
Staging a home that is going on the market is often a crucial step in the sales process. This is especially true in a so-called “Buyer’s market.” When putting a home on the market, it is essential to see it from a prospective buyer’s eyes. Tired or damaged furniture a cluttered room or garage can hurt a sale. You want a possible buyer need to see the potential the home has, so it is advantageous to make it as clean and look as spacious as possible. Real estate professionals can help potential buyers see the potential of their new home with these tips.
Once you decide to outsource the hauling part of your real estate deal, you need to determine which firm is the right one for the job. And while you can certainly find plenty of guys with trucks willing to do the job, choosing that alternative may end up costing you more than you hoped to save.
This is why Gone For Good really is the best choice. Gone For Good provides an efficient, safe and eco-friendly residential hauling service so you don’t need to worry about the pick up or disposal of household items and debris after the sale is complete.
We can be on location in mere minutes, so call us today! Our crew is fully insured and well-trained, so you can trust them to get rid of your unwanted items in a professional and courteous fashion.
One of the best things about hiring Gone For Good is that we recycle a much of the material we pick-up. This is proof of our commitment to being an eco-friendly removal service.
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