If you’re selling your home, you’re probably aware of the fact that your property requires a broom swept clean-out before you vacate. If you’ve been living in your home for a number of years this is easier said than done! A convenient way to dispose of belongings that you will not need when you move is by holding an estate tag sale through a specialist such as Jerry’s Antiques.
What exactly is ‘broom swept’?
A broom swept clean-out entails removing all items from your property that have not been included as part of the sale. Fixtures, and any items that the buyer and seller have agreed upon should be left behind. The house should be left clean and in decent condition.
It does not mean that you need to spring clean or hire professional cleaners. It does, however, mean that you may find years of accumulated furnishings, décor, and other items suddenly have nowhere to go. This can be a problem, especially if you are downsizing.
Get the best broom swept clean-out with an estate tag sale
Often items that you need to dispose of are not junk or clutter. They have value… but you simply have nowhere to put them. An estate appraiser such as Jerry’s Antiques can help you sell all your unwanted furnishings and appliances, taking the hassle out of your broom swept cleaning process. In addition, by holding an estate sale through a professional estate appraiser, you ensure that you receive the best possible yield from the sale of your assets.
Servicing the entire Tri-State area (New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania), Jerry’s Antiques and Estate Sales are expert estate appraisers.