19 Jan A Well Organized Home
Hey, it’s a new year! Did you make a new year’s resolution like Deborah did? The stuff that we all accumulate can really add up. Are these items just stuff? Or does it have some kind of significance in your life?
The real question is do you have a well organized home?
People on the hoarder end of the spectrum can have great difficulty removing extraneous items. On the other end, are the very, very tidy homes of minimalists whose homes are extremely organized, but they still struggle with getting a home ready to sell. Then there are people everywhere in between.
No matter where you are on the spectrum of a tidy, well-organized home, it’s important to declutter and get rid of unneeded items throughout the year. Why are you keeping clothes that fit in high school, but haven’t fit you in ages-either in size or style? How about those clothes that you keep meaning to mend, but are still sitting in the pile you put them in a long time ago. Point being is that maybe it’s time to get rid of clothes you don’t wear.
How about your kitchen? Do you have old pots and pans that don’t really work well, anymore? Do you have a drawer full of sauce packets that just seem to keep multiplying? If you have old chemicals or bottles that contain little bits of old chemicals, you’ll want to take those to the El Paso County Household Hazardous Waste Facility. Check out the El Paso County Hazardous Waste Facility here to find a list of all the items they accept and where to bring them.
Come listen today as Deborah Elliott-Shultz of City of CS Real Estate and Lifestyle shares the many things you can give or throw away. You’ll also get to hear a few stories about some odd things people have found in the midst of cleaning out their homes and garages. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the project, there are people who can help. Give Deborah a call to find out who she recommends for cleaning and organizing your home.
You can reach her at (719)641-1357 or go to cityofcs.com to find out more information.
Are you interested in finding out about Deborah Elliott-Shultz and City of CS Real Estate and Lifestyle’s flat listing fee of $3500*? Call (719) 641-1357. And, have you heard about our buyer’s rebate? That’s right! We give back 1/3 of our commission to help you with your closing costs or to buy new appliances which will be reflected on the settlement statement, and you’ll get it at closing along with a W-9.
If you have any real estate questions, or to find out how City of CS Real Estate and Lifestyle can help make your real estate experience more affordable, call Deborah Elliott-Shultz at (719) 641-1357.
*If listed for under $600,000 and does not include the buyer’s agent fee.