4 Ways to De-clutter your Brooklyn Home Without Having a Garage Sale

De Clutter your Brooklyn Home!

You’re not a hoarder, but you definitely need to get rid of items cluttering your Brooklyn New York home.  If the thought of having a garage sale makes you run screaming, never fear.   Here are four websites that will help you clear out unwanted items, without having a garage sale or throwing them in the trash.

  1. Craigslist.  No matter what you think of Craigslist, it works for getting rid of unwanted items.  Just be sure to stay safe by having a friend or family member with you at your Brooklyn home when someone comes to pick up the items.  Here are a few more tips to help move your stuff fast using Craigslist:
    1. Include a photo. Buyers want to know what the item looks like.
    2. Add as much detail as possible.  Include dimensions and sizes and be honest about wear and tear.
  2. Freecycle.  Post things you want to give away. Even broken items such as TVs, lawnmowers, tools and bikes are happily taken.  Be sure a friend or family member is home with you when people pick up their items.
  3. Donate Games. They sell used games, including board games and video games.  The money raised is used to fund medical research for children with rare diseases.
  4. Sports Gift. Whether it’s a tennis racket you no longer use or a baseball uniform you’ve outgrown, Sports Gift will help your discarded sports gear find its way to needy children in the USA and abroad.  All you have to do is box them up and pay to ship them.

If you’re toying with the idea of putting your Brooklyn  New York home on the market, please give me a call Charles D’Alessandro Your Brooklyn Realtor® with Fillmore Real Estate a call today at (718) 253-9600 ext 206 or email me at [email protected].  I’ll give you a free analysis to determine how much your home is worth in today’s market.

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One Response to “4 Ways to De-clutter your Brooklyn Home Without Having a Garage Sale”

  1. […] De-clutter. This is the first and most important thing to do. Think of energy in terms of new opportunities, helpful people, prosperity, happiness, health and movement. If your Brooklyn home is cluttered with stuff, it has a restricting effect, both physically and mentally, on those who live there and on those who visit. […]

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