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By December 19, 2015

As professional home stagers, we work with lots of real estate agents with different approaches and strategies on real estate marketing.  Home selling has changed dramatically over the past 10 years due to the internet and home buyers expectations. While the real estate market should remain strong in Oregon, statistics prove that well prepared and strategically


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By December 19, 2011

We’re getting lots of calls from homeowners preparing to launch their homes into the market in January — and many of our staged homes received offers this month!  This little poem came from my hubby’s creative genius and was posted previously but I just had to share again this year!   Happy Holidays! Twas the


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By September 6, 2011

This month’s Salem Business Journal has an article about home selling in 2011 and features our home staging company, Creative Concepts!  Woo hoo!  Thanks Salem Business Journal!! Here’s the link to the article (top of page 5) and it is also reprinted below.  (I also just had to throw in a couple of photos from


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By June 15, 2011

Source: in-the-spotlight.smugmug.com via Margaret on Pinterest   Recently the owner of a Salem Oregon real estate company told a builder that home staging was a waste of time and would distract from his newly constructed home. Hmmm . . . we’re glad the builder and his savvy agent disagreed! Yesterday we staged this beautiful home


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By June 13, 2011

Does home staging improve the odds of a quicker sale?  What are the statistics? Source: in-the-spotlight.smugmug.com via Margaret on Pinterest   Is staging really worth the expense?  National statistics from the Real Estate Staging Association show a dramatic difference in time on the market between staged and unstaged homes: Does Staging Improve the Odds of


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By February 27, 2011

That’s the first thing my client said to me when I walked in the door on our second meeting.  He was thinking I was crazy I could tell. We’d met earlier in the week and I had given him a list of “to do” items – mostly removing extra furniture, decluttering and I was now


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