As the Minnesota housing market heats up for the big buying/selling season this spring.

 

Sellers can sometimes feel overwhelmed and anxious during this time of year, when they are asked to declutter and get their home ready to sell. Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity ReStore can help!

 

They offer an easy, earth-friendly way to donate household items like furniture, home décor, tools, and excess materials from home update projects. Not only can you reduce the stress of decluttering for your move, but you’ll also be supporting a good cause and keep reusable items out of local landfills.

 

Working with the TCHHR team is easy, and donations can be dropped off at one of the ReStore locations in Minneapolis or New Brighton. Or, simply request a pick up and they’ll come get it for free!

 

Make 2020 your year to reduce stress and waste in your local landfills by working with Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity ReStore.

 

Looking for other ways to donate, recycle or simply ditch your unneeded stuff? Check out these donation resources:

About the author: The above article/interview “Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity ReStore” was provided by Sarah Marrinan.

With multiple designations, certifications, awards and experience, if you’re thinking of selling or buying, I’d love to share my knowledge and expertise. Proudly servicing the following Twin Cities, MN areas: White Bear Lake, Hugo, Lino Lakes, Centerville, Vadnais Heights, Shoreview, Mounds View, Circle Pines, Mounds View, Forest Lake, Columbus, Wyoming, Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Roseville, Lake Elmo, Stillwater and Oakdale, MN.
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