You're about to put your house on the market. You've gone all out with a paintbrush and the place looks great, but don't forget the little things... literally.
It's important to remember, yet oh-so-easy to forget, that your house needs to look as spacious and uncluttered as possible; you want potential buyers to see the house for what it is, not be distracted by your beautiful wedding photos or the plaster moulds of your firstborn's feet. You want the buyers to imagine themselves living there.
It could be just a case of packing away little knick knacks into boxes, or putting that extra ottoman into storage. Some of us find it easy to look at their possessions objectively and know instinctively what might detract from the home itself, but if you need some friendly advice you know who to call *wink wink*.
Until next time...