Are you a minimalist or a maximalist? In the context of interior design, the trend of ‘how much stuff people have’ tends to fluctuate back and forth through the years. Regardless of how most homeowners feel, there are legitimate factors to consider when considering how much clutter a home has when they’re looking to sell it.

Among those legitimate factors is the fact that potential buyers will not get a great first impression of your home if they tour or see pictures of your home with a lot of clutter. This may seem basic, but it can be easy to underestimate the potential impact. The potential buyer may have a difficult time imagining themselves living in the home. They may think that there is not enough storage in the home. They could be worried that the clutter is actually hiding significant issues on the property, or they can be concerned that there could be pests hiding among the clutter.

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