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May 26, 2016
There is no doubt that the Canadian real estate market has been red hot over that last several months but are you doing all you can to make your home as attractive as can be to potential buyers? According to Professional Organizers in Canada (POC) an un-organized home with too much memorabilia may be hindering you from selling or making your house less enticing to potential buyers, translating into a lower selling price.
"A cluttered home can give the illusion of less space and a cluttered lifestyle. When someone is looking to purchase a home, they try to envision themselves living there. That's difficult to do when there's photos or miscellaneous personal items everywhere," says Marie Potter, Director of Marketing for POC. "You need to think of your house as an asset when you're getting ready to sell and objectively remove clutter that can devalue your home."
To help Canadians gear up for the hot housing marketing, POC is sharing the top five strategies that residential organizers implement when helping clients get ready to sell their homes.
For assistance in organizing your home or to find a Professional Organizer in your area, visit the POC website at www.organizersincanada.com
Professional Organizers in Canada (POC) is a national registered non-profit association that provides education, business development tools and a code of ethics for all types of organizers across Canada. Currently representing over 500 Professional Organizers in more than 14 chapters nation-wide, POC's mandate is to provide a supportive environment for members to learn, share ideas, network, and exchange resources. POC also works to educate the public about the organizing industry and the benefits of working with a POC member.
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