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Last week we discussed what should be left behind in the home by the sellers before their New Hampshire move. This week we will address the condition your property should be left in before going to closing. It is really quite simple. Leave it the way you would want it if you were moving in. You would want it clean and clear of trash and debris.
Your New Hampshire move process has kept you busy for quite some time now. You are almost done! After your New Hampshire movers have cleared your home of your belongings, it is quite easy to make your home move in clean. Here is a check-list of common cleaning courtesies:
• Floors should be swept clean
• Carpets should be vacuumed
• Refrigerator should be empty and wiped clean
• Oven should be clean and empty except for broil pan
• Kitchen and bathroom counters should be wiped clean and dry
• Sinks, tubs and shower stalls should be wiped down
• There should be no trash or debris anywhere in the house or on the property
In most cases it will state in the purchase agreement what condition the house will be left in before closing. Sometimes it is agreed upon to have professional cleaners clean the house. Other times a simple broom swept condition is all that is required. Read your agreement over carefully and understand what is required in your case.
Having been in the New Hampshire move business as long as we have, we often notice the little extra touches our customers have left for their buyers. Of course these are not at all necessary but very nice indeed. Some examples have been to leave a new roll of toilet paper in the bathroom and a new roll of paper towels on the kitchen counter in case the buyers arrive and can’t find where they packed these immediate necessities. Some people have left take-out menus to their favorite restaurants in the area with the house manuals. How nice to arrive in a new home and then easily order dinner in from a recommended local shop when you are not yet unpacked or too tired to shop or cook. Some sellers have left a few copies of old photographs of the home so the buyers had a visual history of the home and property. It seems to help sellers leaving a home they loved to share a sentiment with the new owners.
The staff and crew here at Able Moving & Storage wish you all the best with your New Hampshire move. Good luck in your new home!