Looks can be deceiving. A home may look beautiful and stage perfectly in the pictures but the minute a buyer walks to the door and has a violation of their olfactory sense, they may walk right out, or even run. That old commercial where people have become “nose blind” to their home’s own odors is definitely a thing. We live in a house for so long that we tend to completely disregard or ignore smells such as mold, BO, musty clothes, or even cigarette smoke. So how do you know if your home has bad odors? This may stop your home from selling if you plan on listing. There are several main culprits to home’s bad odors. Here’s what the most common ones are and how to get rid of them.
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