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According to Alina Dizik, one of the leading Wall Street Journal’s real estate commentators, a growing number of luxury homeowners are finding new appreciation for an old idea. In fact, the older, the better.
When it comes to selling your Mesa County house, the word that pops up in every discussion is the ubiquitous “decluttering.” Decluttering means exactly what it says: removing clutter in all its forms. Not just the debris that piles up in every Mesa County household (old magazines, less-than-priceless dust-catchers, toys that have seen better days, etc.), but also some more prominent articles that overfill space.
By now, just about everyone in Mesa County looks back on the last decade’s housing bust with a lot less consternation than heretofore — time can do that (as well as the recovery of temporarily lost value). For some Mesa County homeowners, the temporary nosedive in Mesa County real estate values was little more than an uncomfortable learning experience.