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    Move anything you don't want them to see. If I were looking at a property to buy I would be opening everything.

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    Most buyers will open cupboards etc on the first inspection if they are interested, especially if they know it is rented as they know it may be hard gaining access again quickly , as pp said no one cares what's in the cupboards they are just looking at size , I would just offer to open them yourself so they can see, that way you will feel better if you are the one opening it and if they see everything the first time they may not need to come back again !


 

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