No matter how much storage space a home provides, most people feel that it's never enough. Buyers typically place storage space high on their list of priorities for a new home. Sellers must often face the minor indignity of having prospective buyers open all of their closets to determine the size and capacity of each one.
Even an enormous closet looks small if it is cluttered. Your closets should be as organized as possible while your property is on the market. If you have excess belongings stuffed in your closets, hold a yard sale, rent a storage unit temporarily, or make a tax deductible donation to a local charity. When you finish cleaning and organizing all of your closets, move on to the other storage areas. Your home's storage spaces will look more impressive if they are neat and well-organized.
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From 1974 to 1996, what was the world's tallest habitable building?
The Sears Towers, headquarters for Sears, Roebuck & Co., with 110 stories and 1,454 feet high.
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