All posts by Margaret Oscilia

staged for top dollar sale
By January 18, 2021

(see below for more after photos!) Wondering if staging pays off in this hot market? Here’s how a recent client got a 3750% return on their staging investment!Vacant, this mid-century home lacked lighting and a functional floorplan. Off the narrow entry to the right was a long and carpeted room engulfed in original cedar paneling


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By January 15, 2021

Next Thursday is National “Know your Customer Day”. How well do we know our customers? There aren’t too many secrets after we do a staging consultation exploring every space and discussing every home selling challenge! What do our home staging consultants recommend almost daily? 1 – Many homes have some mineral build-up on showers doors.


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By May 21, 2020

In search of the perfect exterior paint color when preparing to sell? When preparing your home for sale (or just want to have a home you LOVE pulling up to), we can help! Choosing exterior paint colors can be a challenge and the right color can make all the difference. Creative Concepts Home Staging and


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By March 15, 2020

Creative Concepts – Home Staging is committed to helping you sell your properties — to getting you higher offers and a faster sale; to putting our clients first and ensuring the well-being of our team members. With that as our guide, and in response to COVID-19, or coronavirus, we wanted to give you an update


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By June 15, 2019

Creative Concepts was honored this year to stage the new products home for the Home Builders Association of Marion and Polk Counties 2019 Tour of Homes! This house is already sold . . . so this is your only chance to see it — don’t miss it! Windriver Homes designed not only an amazing home but


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By March 2, 2019

Often we get asked to give a paint color via text or from a photo. “I just need a good white color to paint my cabinets!” Or we see people renovating with new counters and backsplash that doesn’t give the wow look they were hoping for . . . something looks a little “off”. White


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