A few months ago I showed a house in High Pines to one of my clients that smelled so badly, it’s all I could remember about it. Someone had just cooked a very strong, fragrant meal and it left me with such a bad impression. A different client wanted to see it this week so we made an appointment. When I realize which house it was I considered canceling it, remembering how bad it was. However, this time around it was adorable! The smell was gone, my client loved it and she’s considering making an offer. It’s amazing what an impression smells can leave! So, if you do a lot of heavy cooking or you have pets, be extremely aware when selling of the smells. The sense of smell is one of the most heightened of the senses so spray deodorizer, light candles or bake cookies. Make sure bad smells don’t drive buyers away!
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