What does success smell like to you? The first whiff is an overlooked part of the vital first impression of visiting a home. It is critical part of the sensory experience from the moment we walk in.Sense is the strongest sense tied to memory and also strongly tied to emotions. We remember places by their smell – good or bad. The eyes register their surroundings first and the nose acts as back-up. So even if a home looks clean and tidy, if odour issues haven’t been addressed you are less likely to make a quick sale. As the saying goes, if you can smell it, you can’t sell it.”The first step in resolving this issue is brutal honesty. Our olfactory abilities are lame at best, but it does weigh heavily on the subconscious level. We become accustom to odours at the conscious level within minutes. I recommend getting honest outside to get a fresh assessment. Better to come from a friend, than a professional who wants your business and is afraid of offending you.The most common odour problems in homes are mould, smoking, and pets. Most smells dwell in the soft surfaces around the house. That means the carpets, draperies,… Read full this story
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