There comes a time, when selling your Alameda or Alameda Bay Farm Island home, that potential buyers will be touring your home. It is a fact that a large majority of homes today have pets. They might be cats, dogs, birds or hamsters, but they are part of the household. As such, they can create some issues for potential buyers viewing the home.
Here are some suggestions to prepare for visits:
1. Recognize a Problem With a Pet--If your dog barks, jumps up or leaps around, or your cat scratches anything that moves, it is time to make plans to find a safe, quiet, place for that pet during open houses and tours. Many owners are used to this behavior, and have been unable or unwilling to change it. Unfortunately, it creates the exact opposite of the…
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