Category Archives: Home Selling Strategies

By March 14, 2023

Each week we do dozens of staging consultations — advising home sellers on decluttering, fixes needed prior to listing and making sure their homes are ready to impress for showings and the all-important listing photos. Often I will hear from sellers – “with the market being so good for home selling do I REALLY need

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By February 15, 2023

Have you ever driven through a neighborhood and thought, “Oh! That house is the cutest!”?  Whether it was its impeccably manicured lawns or the welcoming porch, something drew you to this home’s curb appeal.  This is the exact feeling you want buyers to have when they view your home.  Here are six tips to improve

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By January 30, 2023

Shower door cleaners that work! What’s one of the most challenging cleaning jobs for some sellers?  Those shower doors!   Over and over during staging consultations, we see cloudy shower doors with built-up mineral deposits, mildew or soap scum.   This can be a turn-off for home buyers when they are looking for a clean, fresh

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By December 22, 2022

New Year, New Listing! Are you aligned for success in 2023?? Check out our top 10 tips to give you the competitive advantage necessary in this market! With over 16 years of experience, staging and consulting on tens of thousands of homes and helping our clients thrive during the highs AND lows of the economy,

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By December 7, 2022

If your house is listed for sale should you decorate for the holiday season? Should you put up a Christmas tree?  How much decorating is TOO much?   We’ve been getting lots of questions from home sellers and real estate agents recently about seasonal decorating. For most families it wouldn’t be Christmas without a huge Christmas

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By November 17, 2022

Gone are the days of builder beige or smokey gray walls.  If you haven’t noticed, warm whites are on trend and strongly continuing into 2023. While painting walls or trim white might sound simple, it is easy to become overwhelmed. There are over 900 white “shades” with nine different classifications of undertones – it’s enough

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