It's all about the land
Are you referring to the stuff inside?
Well, if you're like the vast majority of people you can only afford one house and if you're moving somewhere you need to get your old house (which you are still living in) sold before you can commit. It can take days, or it can take months or years. So, uh, yeah it's not going to all fit in the car.
>>687> the vast majority of people you can only afford one house
Well, I mean, of those that can afford any house at all..
>>687>yeah it's not going to all fit in the car.
That's not really what I meant. I mean like if you look at the difference between a house listing where the person hired a realtor vs the person putting the house up for sale themselves, the difference is usually pretty striking when it comes to the cleanliness of the house itself. I wouldn't expect a person to have to buy a storage unit or anything so that the house looks pristine and completely empty, but I think it's not unrealistic that a person selling their house should want to have stuff boxed up and the house looking as presentable as possible if they really want to sell their home.
Part of it would probably be due to the type of person that would be too cheap to use a real estate agent in the first place.