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It doesn't have to be that way. With proper planning and use of the "right tools" you can make the process of selling your home far easier and less stressful. Step 1: Get an Agent - Sure, getting an agent means paying a commission. It also means that the marketing tools needed to get your home...
Having just read the RESA conference forum, I learned that there will be many Active Rainers who will be attending the RESA conference next week in Vegas. This is great news! I knew of a handful of Rainers that were planning on attending but.... it seems like there are many more that I wasn't awa...
It's likely that most sellers know of the importance of the three C's (clutter, clean and curb appeal) when preparing their home for the market. These three things will always play an important role when it comes to getting a house show-ready. However, there are three R's (re-arrange, resist and...
Did They Pick The Right Atlanta Home Stager? My client thinks so. He just sent me an email indicating that the house we home staged in Atlanta at the end of December and placed on the market on the 28th of December, is under contract (that’s 17 days on the market). He’s thrilled, the agent is h...
Four years ago, I loved my website to pieces. I actually thought that I had the best darn website out there. I loved the color. I loved the layout. Oh heck, there wasn't much about it that I didn't like. However, that was four years ago. The truth of the matter is that my website became a bit of ...
Vacant Home Staging in Atlanta Georgia One of the greatest challenges a seller has when their home is left vacant is that the rooms can appear "visually" smaller. It seems odd, I know, that by adding furniture and accessories, the room can actually look larger. Case in point - here's the before ...