The home should have a supra type lock box, so you will know what agents have been in and out of the property.
A nanny cam is not a bad idea either. It is a sad reality in our business, people do sometimes take things they should not take, so we have to safeguard ourselves.
Best of Luck To You!!!
Kawain Payne, Realtor
Also if you have any attic space. Box them and put them up there. I like to find ways to keep my clients from having to spend money. Sometimes your neighbors have extra attic or garage space they will offer. Or family may be able to help out.
Marilyn J Agee
How much storage is required, what type of storage is required and what's your budget?
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Start reading Curbed Atlanta, and A is For Atlanta, and blogs like mine and Hank Miller's, and you'll get a better feel for what's going on - otherwise, you keep asking softball questions...
That depends on what you might have at and/or away from the home as well as the size of
the home, is there room and what items are being stored. Possible areas that come to mind
are closets, a garage and/or basement if you have either, a spare room in the home, cabinets,
an attic if there is one. Might a storage locker work? Store at a neighborâ€™s?
Where you do this really relates to the amount and sizes/weights of items to be stored and
some idea of how long the items might be stored.
Elizabeth 'Beppy' Walton, Realtor
ASP, CFIS, DPP
Keller Williams Buckhead
C/404 234 9418