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Old 10-29-2013, 07:23 AM
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Originally Posted by xmastidings View Post
We (me) usually put up alot of decorations outside which would typically take me about a week to do. this year since I (we) have our house up for sale, I have all my outdoor decorations in storage. So, for this year, for the very first time since we lived there (14 years), there will be a very little Christmas decorations outside...
You might think about putting up a few decorations that are easy to take down ... it might make the home attractive to Christmas-spirited buyers and get them thinking about how THEY could decorate there. I'm guessing that a realtor might frown on that, though ...
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