How to Sell Your House Full of Stuff

(December 15, 2016)

Some clutter throughout a home is normal – most people have a little too much stuff and not quite enough storage. However, if you have a home that’s fallen prey to hoarding, you may wonder how in the world you’re going to cope with the cleanup, much less get the property in good enough shape to put on the market.

Maybe you had a loved one who was a hoarder and left the legacy of their serious mental illness in your hands. On the other hand, maybe635996927475293144-hoarding-052416.jpg you’ve been trying to conquer the disease yourself and just want out of the situation so you can make a fresh, healthy start. Regardless of how you got into the situation of possessing a home packed to the gills with items no one in your family is ever going to use, you do have options.

Putting a hoarder home on the market in the traditional way – either with an agent or for sale by owner – will take months of cleanup, expensive garbage removal, and most likely costly repairs if maintenance issues have built up beneath the avalanche of possessions. Most people lack the time and/or funds for this huge, emotionally taxing ordeal.

At, we offer victims of hoarding the opportunity to sell their property quickly, contents and all, relieving an enormous burden and resulting in a prompt cash transaction. If you’re struggling with the decision of what to do about a home like this, contact us today to find out what we can do for you.

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Jennifer Shenbaum

Written by Jennifer Shenbaum

Jennifer Shenbaum is a real estate investor based in Southern California. She is a veteran of the housing market crash of 2007. Best of all, she offers free remodeling ideas to all who ask.

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