All posts by Margaret Oscilia

By August 10, 2009

As someone is driving by your home for sale  or checking out your house on the inter-net, your home’s gutters make a loud statement.  They speak volumes on the cleanliness and maintenance of your entire home.  Most home owners don’t look at their gutters frequently – but potential buyers will notice! Are they appearing grimy


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By August 3, 2009

As we continue to examine curb appeal we’re going in-depth about roofs and moss — it doesn’t have any appeal when it’s on your roof! As you look at a house, the roof is a major portion of the view and curb appeal.  If you see moss, it must be removed.  Not only does it


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By August 2, 2009

A recent poll of home buyers asked: “Aside from the Kitchen and Bathroom what is the biggest selling point of a house”?    Think you know the answer? It wasn’t a spacious master suite . . . Lots of storage . . . a bonus room . . . or other structural features of a house.


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By July 15, 2009

These homes suffered from a colorful past – and when corrected the results were astounding. You’ve seen these homes – ones that are in a dated hue, are too personal or bold. Over 85% of home buyers are looking first on the internet when shopping for real estate. When preparing a home for sale, it’s


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By July 15, 2009

Curb appeal – maybe an overused phrase? Not according to studies. Buyers are extremely influenced by curb appeal. As a home stager, we educate home sellers on how key first impressions are when buyers approach their homes. People want to buy a beautiful home – and the view from the curb is vital to enticing


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