Selling your home
As a number one tip, a real real estate agent will tell you that you should de clutter your home in order to attract more buyers. However, this real estate agent hasn’t given you any recommendations on where to store your belongings. So what do you do? You decide to self-store! And by self-storing you choose to cram everything you want to hide from buyers in the loft and shed but the only problem you have is that these buyers want to see what is inside your loft…as well as your shed.
Suddenly, a buyer notices that an ancient ornament is seconds close to smashing against the loft window and you realise that this is your great grandmother’s favourite vase – so you panic (and you’re embarrassed). You then save the vase and look out of your loft window to find your husband’s favourite armchair sticking out of the garden shed. You purposefully kick yourself as you thought that you could temporarily hide it so the buyers wouldn’t see it!
Nonetheless, congratulations! This buyer is now put-off by your nonsensical ways and honestly tells you that they were interested in buying your home until they saw the nearly-smashed vase and the old furniture sticking out from your garage.
You have a light-bulb moment and recognise that the less clutter there is, the more comfortable your home looks! You choose to follow your heart’s desires and you pick the best-looking shutter in the self-storage to hide those unnecessary burdens away. Genius!
So you choose to go to Miami for a long-period of time or your manager asks you to visit a client in China? Perfect! Get your things ready and start packing away …WAIT! You forgot about your treasures at home. No one can look after your 50 inch tv and now you start to feel insecure.
Don’t worry my friend, a friendly self-storage company will look after everything for you whilst you’re in Taiwan or China and as much as you will be on the other-side of the World, all will be professionally looked after so that you can definitely feel less insecure.
Those never-ending festive lights, the stack of unwanted gifts and the broken boxes from an old 1000-piece puzzle are extremely annoying when you end up shoving them into the loft garage, into your garden shed or stocking them up in the corner of a room at home ready for the next holiday season.
So now let us use this moment to think about what to do with the line of bikinis waiting to come out when you’re one day on a beach in Thailand and the snow-gear that will never come out unless you choose to go the Alps for the perfect ski-trip.
Don’t fret! The spring seasons will save you. Instead of making a hustle and bustle in the autumn leaves of what you will have to do for the upcoming super-Spring time, you could make your life much easier by choosing the easy way out!