Editor's note: This is the first part of a four-part series on sensory homebuying. See Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4. Between my husband and my son, I'm outnumbered by boys at home. What that means in terms of my daily living experience is that often I'll wake up, stumble to the espresso machine, and realize that every single kitchen cabinet, half the drawers and sometimes even the fridge and freezer doors are standing wide open -- even though no one is in the kitchen! My family knows that about that time is when I yell, "What is this -- the Sixth Sense?!"(In the Bruce Willis film, the young Haley Joel Osment, who "sees dead people" sits down to breakfast and, in the seconds it takes his mom to leave and return to the kitchen, Haley Joel's deceased cronies manage to leave every kitchen door gaping wide, prompting the boy's mom to have an "a-ha" realization that perhaps things ain't as they seem.) In real estate, there's also a sixth sense and, in mo...
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