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SILVER: CMFTO’s 5th Annual Clutter Challenge (Luxury Edition) April 18, 2019
SILVER: CMFTO's 5th Annual Clutter Challenge (Luxury Edition)

Silver is one of the most prevalent items we find in significant quantities in our clients’ homes. There is a big difference, though, between sterling silver and silver plate. This is actually one of our favorite things to discuss and present in our version of the CMFTO™” Road Show.”

To start, there is a simple and general way to look at silver:

  • Sterling silver has the potential to appreciate in value, silver plate does not.
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JEWELRY: CMFTO’s 5th Annual Clutter Challenge (Luxury Edition) April 11, 2019
JEWELRY: CMFTO's 5th Annual Clutter Challenge (Luxury Edition)

Just like last week’s focus on art, jewelry is another area that is highly subjective. With the exception of some of the component basics (like weight, carat, and quality), the value of jewelry is entirely driven by its marketability.

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ART: CMFTO’s 5th Annual Clutter Challenge (Luxury Edition) April 4, 2019
CMFTO Clutter Challenge: Art

Art is one of the most personal investments we make as adults. Over decades, we can accumulate a large number of pieces, which is great when we have room to display them, but

  • what do you do with your art collection when it’s time to rightsize?
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Has ‘Tidying Up’ Brought You Down? March 28, 2019
Has 'Tidying Up' Brought You Down?

5th Annual Clutter Challenge

Are you drowning in clutter? Everyone seems to be obsessed with ‘tidying up’ these days and asking whether or not a particular item brings them joy. While we 100% support editing, clearing out, and making more space in our homes and lives, we also know how important it is to address what we’re doing with all the “stuff” we no longer want.

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Going Local for Donations March 7, 2019
YWCA – Wilmette, IL

While we are helping our clients edit and organize their homes, we are sourcing donation locations to drop off their no longer wanted items. When specific collections are involved, we will find specialty organizations; but when it’s clothing or other accessories, we like to find local organizations to support.

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