Home Staging really works to help sell your home...you only get one chance to make a first impression.
When you’re getting ready to sell your home, staging it is a smart move. It allows you to help buyers envision what living there would be like through a combination of depersonalization and strategic decorating. Along with showcasing the best of what the property has to offer, it can make unconventional spaces seem more usable. Plus, staging may help you secure top dollar. Here’s a look at our tips for staging your home.
If you're getting ready to list your home one of the first steps is to prepare your home for the market, this declutter. While some sellers won't have much to do others will have a ton of decluttering and organizing. Here are excellent tips for moving and decluttering. #moving #declutter #realestate
Staging a bathroom and getting it photo ready is not always an easy task. The bathroom is one of the most important parts of any home, but the space itself is often less than glamorous. If you want to put the bathroom in its best light, you need to go above and beyond. Here are 6 tips to get your bathroom photo ready:
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As a military family we have moved 11 times in 19 years. I have learned how to make a home that is not so perfect feel cozy and inviting; staging furniture even when it is not made for a space. Therefore, as we are preparing to move -yet again- I thought I would share some of my home staging tips with you to get a home ready to sell FAST!
As more and more realtors are offering virtual staging when listing a home for sale, we have to ask: is it worth it? And how does it compare to traditional staging? To decide whether or not you should stage your home virtually, read this article on how it works, how it compares to traditional staging, and when to use it.
You may think you know how to prepare your home for sale. You know all about removing personal effects, curb appeal, cleaning, removing clutter, etc., but your house is still not selling. Maybe you need to fine tune some of your staging. Consider these strategies: