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Selling a City/State house is fraught with stress and uncertainty; selling a City/State hoarder house is a daunting project. If you’ve inherited a hoarder house or are helping out a family member, brace yourself for a difficult sale.

What to expect? We’ll alert you to problems you’ll face when trying to sell a hoarder house and one practical alternative to sell a hoarder house quickly and hassle-free.

Difficult to work with an owner of a hoarder house

Hoarders suffer from various psychological disorders, among them obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD), attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and depression. This mental disability causes severe anxiety when attempting to throw away possessions, no matter how insignificant they may be. They feel a deep sense of loss from parting with their belongings. For many, their possessions give them a sense of security.

It is a struggle to convince a hoarder to part with their things. Hoarders will collect and save items, sometimes even garbage for years making a home dangerous. They also are more likely to defer maintenance and repairs since many suffer from psychosis, social anxiety, and various other disorders…