Consider removing favorite fixtures before listing homes for sale in Hillsboro, OR
When you put your home on the Hillsboro, OR real estate market, take stock of the fixtures and other parts of the home you don't want to leave behind. If you've grown attached to certain items, it's best to remove them before the first buyer comes around.
It's human nature to covet what we can't have, and as soon as a buyer sees the beautiful new stainless steel microwave you recently purchased, he may be keen on keeping it in the house. What can you do in this situation? Either you bow to the request and lose your nice, new appliance or you risk alienating the buyer by insisting that the item doesn't come with the listing.
The solution is to pack these types of items away. Whether it's a solid wood armoire serving as a closet in a spare room or an antique light fixture that's been in the family for decades, the lack of what you consider an important part of the house may not do as much damage to a potential sale as having to barter with the buyer.
Consider renting space at a self-storage facility such as Premier Storage, located near Orchard Park at the corner of Aloclerk Drive and Northwest Cornelius Pass Road. This will also give you a head-start on the moving process once your home is sold.