Cures for the closet-obsessed

Mood of the Market
Published on Mar 1, 2010

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I went house hunting with a client yesterday let's call her "Alice." Alice's particular homebuyer neurosis is "closet" post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). And she's not at all in the closet about the fact that she has it -- in fact, to the contrary. She's extremely clear -- in her head and with what comes out of her mouth -- that ample closet and storage space is a must-have in her home-to-be and, by inference, the lack thereof is a deal-killer for her.

Alice currently lives in a duplex that is very nice, private and in a great area, but has virtually ZERO closet space. This is a problem, for a gal who I have never -- I repeat, NEVER -- seen repeat an outfit. She's young, single, makes a great living and has a great figure, so she has, let's just say, embra