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The importance of curb appeal 
when selling your house

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Spring cleaning has been a time-honored tradition for centuries, and is believed to have originated in ancient Persia, where the New Year was celebrated on the first day of spring. The custom was called "shaking the house" and it consisted of thoroughly cleaning every corner of the house to prepare for the new year. Over time, the practice spread to other cultures and became an annual ritual associated with the arrival of spring.
In Europe, the tradition of spring cleaning was tied to the Christian holiday of Lent. During Lent, Christians were expected to abstain from certain pleasures, including the consumption of meat and dairy products. To prepare for Lent, people would deep clean their homes and get rid of any excess food that spoiled during the fasting period.
In the United States, the tradition of spring cleaning became popular in the 19th century as households began to accumulate more possessions. Spring cleaning was seen as a way to declutter and organize the home after a long winter indoors.

Today, spring cleaning remains a popular tradition, and many people take the opportunity to renovate their homes and start the new season from scratch. If you're looking to do some spring cleaning this year, here are some tips to get you started:

1.    Make a plan: Start by listing all the areas in your home that need attention. This will help you stay organized and focused as you tackle each task.

2.    Tidy First: Before you start cleaning, go through your belongings and get rid of anything you no longer need or want. Donate or sell items that are still in good condition, and recycle or throw away anything that can't be reused.

3.    Clean from top to bottom: start at the top of each room and work your way down. This will prevent dust and dirt from landing on the areas you have already cleaned.

4.    Use natural cleaners: Many commercial cleaning products contain harsh chemicals that can be harmful to the environment and your health. Consider using natural alternatives like vinegar, baking soda, and lemon juice.

5.    Don't forget the little things: Take the time to clean overlooked areas like baseboards, light fixtures, and cabinets. window frames. These small details can make a big difference in the overall cleanliness of your home.
By following these tips, you can make your spring cleaning more efficient and effective. Whether you're deep cleaning your entire home or just tackling a few problem areas, spring cleaning is a great way to refresh your space and start the season off on the right foot. 
 

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Sincerely,
Your Broward County Real Estate Expert,
djinji crocker
REALTOR®

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