When selling a home, realtors will often find themselves being faced with a whole lot of stuff to remove. Ranging from home and office furniture to electrical appliances, the accumulated items usually require some professional help to get rid of.
Pasadena’s Clean Junk Out can help remove practically anything. This includes all types of furniture such as sofas, tables, chairs and beds as well as appliances like washers, dryers and refrigerators. Garden furniture can also be picked up along with random equipment including computer accessories, cash registers and any debris left over from construction.
image001Studies have found that the average person sells their home after around six years. Over those years, people tend to accumulate a bunch of things that they won’t bring with them when moving on.
Even renters will leave a lot of stuff behind. This can often be a heavy and difficult load for a person to remove on their own. Another circumstance that will require a company like Clean Junk Out is in the event of a foreclosure. These quickly vacated properties will be filled with trash and other personal belongings. And as a realtor, it could be your job to get rid of it all.
Hiring a professional junk removal company is becoming more common in the real estate business. Saving some serious time, and leaving realtors with a little less stress knowing that the home will soon be free of accumulations that can be a realtors worst enemy.
There are plenty of other benefits. If you’re working with more than one property, Clean Junk Out can usually provide a few helpful extras if needed, like donation of usable items to charity and making sure that anything recyclable is recycled. You’re also more likely to gain clients as a realtor if you can provide a junk removal service and can transform properties into saleable assets with a quick turnaround.
An experienced service provider like Clean Junk Out can help propel your realty career while keeping your clients happy. If you need some accumulations removed, book an appointment today, and they’ll make short work of that big problem.