There are so many homes that don’t sell because of clutter, paint, non-complimentary furnishing, dirt. These are all simple fixes with the help of a trained eye. I helped a client organize, hold a yard sale, clean and staged (using items already on-hand) a five bedroom inherited home that had been lifeless on the market for three years because the shared sibling ownership was adrift with indecision. Within 3 months of a $3,500 investment the house sold.
I organize stacks of mail, closets, pantries, tools, garages, basements, home office, entry-way/mud room, kitchen, attic, photos, newsletters, magazines, books, records, memorabilia, toys, “junk drawers” and more. The client is left with a system that is easy to maintain because it’s tailor-made based on habits and aptitudes.
Home owners and small businesses alike gain productivity and efficiency by the creation of information flow structures and a command center; paper and file management, office supplies and tools such as calendars, phone and address books.
Relocation and Downsizing
I help families pack and/or unpack for moves. Weeding on the front end is vital if the client has time, packing boxes based on their destination and origin, unpacking based on their purpose.
Organize Via Skype
Organizing via Skype (the Internet) is surprisingly effective; it’s as if I were actually there. The client points the camera of their device toward the area to be worked on (messy desk for example) and I guide them through each item until the area is under control. The service is great if geography is an issue and usually it is cheaper than in-person. It also keeps the rest of the living space private for the client which can be an issue for those very challenged with disorganization.