How much extra premium would somebody receive, in real dollars and cents, when their home is free of clutter?

Take a look at Dymott, and then look at Philbrook.  Aside from the layouts being completely different… which one is more appealing?

As much as most of us think we can see past the 400 CD’s and DVD’s, vases, coffee makers and various personal belongings, the truth is that most people can’t.  I’ve seen it first hand for almost a decade.  Even most agents find it challenging.

So here’s the deal – you’re going to have to pack it anyway, so grab some boxes before you list your house, and put the stuff away.  I guarantee it will earn you a minimum of $10,000 (or perhaps much more) in extra money on your sale price.  Think of it as your new part-time job.  Just do it.