Ok... As I am taking a look at all of the homeowners that I have been working with to get their home ready for re-sale, I noticed that they are eager to have the consultation and love all of my ideas, but most of them don't seem to take all of my advice on the bigger things like removing hideous wallpaper or replacing old carpet or repainting a room that really needs it. They say they don't have the budget for it and I know that if they just spent a little money up front they would seel the home quicker. Do you all run into that? What do you do to get them to put the effort in? Many of them want me to come back for the staging and they will pay for that, but they won't pay for a handyman to fix up the place. I have come back and done the staging, but I know that the wallpaper is going to still distract the buyers and it makes me feel like the home was not staged correctly. Any advice?
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