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Topic - Kim Muffler
A house sits beside a cemetery; a dog barks; loud, ominous noises rumble past. No, this isn't the setting for a horror movie, but this type of situation can be a nightmare for home sellers and Realtors.
Most homeowners realize it's important to clean a home that's going on the market and often do a fairly good job of cleaning and decluttering the main rooms of a house.
"Put all the pants together, all the shirts -- make sure the shoes and bags are orderly," she said.
Kim Muffler, a Realtor for Long & Foster in Alexandria, said even an unfinished basement can be an asset because it can be touted as potential for future growth.