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It’s that time of year again when the property industry starts the big spring clean. Whether you’re a homeowner, mover, landlord, tenant or first time buyer, start the spring clean this year by downloading this handy app…

Have you ever wondered how you can get rid of clutter in an ethical and cost-effective way? It’s now easier than ever to clear your property of your unwanted belongings, thanks to Gone for Good.

This free app helps you donate your unwanted goods to local charity shops, with no cost to you whatsoever. Through the app, the charity will come direct to your home to collect your items, so it really takes away the stress and difficulty of donating goods to a worthy cause.

Our friends at Landlord Insurance provider Just Landlords and online news portal Landlord News have teamed up with Gone for Good to create this helpful infographic that shows you how you can use the app to kick-start your spring clean.

Rather than throwing your items away or trying to sell them online, why don’t you do something good and have a real clear out this spring?

Not only will donating your belongings through Gone for Good help to prevent the damage and thefts that charity shops often face, but you will also help to replenish the stock that charities desperately need. Donations provide valuable goods to those that rely on charity shops for furniture, clothes and household items.

The app is also helping to re-channel the saleable items that currently end up in landfill, so you can rest assured that you’re doing something good for the environment too.

Whether you own your home, you’re a landlord, a tenant, a first time buyer or you’re moving home soon, having a thorough spring clean and getting rid of items that you no longer want or need will refresh your property ahead of the busy season.

And remember, if you have quality items to clear out, Gone for Good is the place to start! Follow the infographic to help make your unwanted belongings gone for good.


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