Buyers will Love your Storage Areas if…
Your house is being seen by potential buyers. They look around each room with bated breath. And they go into the master bedroom and unlock the closet door. Would they be wowed by the amount of room and envision their belongings adorning the racks and shelves?
That will most likely be determined by how you use and handle your storage room.
Of course, their initial response would be dependent on the size of the object. There isn’t anything you can do with it unless you do a big overhaul.
There is, though, a lot you can do to make the space appear light and spacious. The first thing you can do is clear out as much clutter as possible. If the closet also serves as a storage space for boxes and other objects, for example, relocate such items. (Temporarily renting space at a nearby self-storage facility may be a good idea.)
Next, check to see if the room isn’t too crowded. You don’t have to take off any of your clothing, but you should consider doing so in order to thoroughly emphasize the space’s spaciousness and make it appear clean and organized.
Finally, don’t overlook the importance of illumination. It also has a significant effect. The room will seem unappealing if the closet is dimly lit. Use enough wattage to fill the room with a nice glow.
Don’t forget to do the same things for all your other storage spaces too. If you’re looking for an accurate market value for your home, contact us at 401-396-2888 for a free valuation. We’re always glad to help!