One of the most important features homebuyers are looking for in a house is closet space. In particular, bedroom closet space. This space in a house allows them to see how they will keep their clothing organized and possibly eliminate the need for a space-guzzling dresser. Well-organized closets help homeowners keep clutter from accumulating in other rooms and doorways as well.
With closet space on the must-have list of most buyers, a lack of closet space can turn a buyer off no matter how charming the rest of the house is. Because closets play such an important role, home sellers need to make this space appealing. How do you do that? There are lots of ways closet organizing can help. Most closets are over stuffed. You don’t need to remodel or expand the space to make it inviting. A professional organizer can show you how to make the most of the space you have.
Some of the strategies we use include filtering out what you really need and what is just there taking up space. We share advice on shifting seasonal items and discovering unused or improperly used space in the closet. You determine what items to keep and which to donate. A new closet system may or may not be necessary. We help you decide. Potential homebuyers can see how everything is easily accessible when they open the door to a well-organized closet.
Take a quick inventory of all the closet space in your home. Consider home office closets and kitchen pantry, too. If you are disturbed by what you see behind these doors, potential homebuyers will be too. Take a quick inventory of all the closet space in your home. Consider home office closets and kitchen pantry, too. If you are disturbed by what you see behind these doors, potential homebuyers will be too. Keeping your closets organized will showcase a very important selling feature of your home. Potential buyers will be impressed by your practical, well functioning home.