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If your neighbor sees dirt that is what the prospective buyer will see also. Cobwebs, dirt, pet odors, dirty windows, leaves in the entry, toilet seats up, laundry on the couch, breakfast on the counters, cat tray in the hall, dust, Christmas decorations, closets booby-traped, drawers that won't ...
01/26/2009
Did you know? * That there are many agents who will not list a home until it is staged?  Why is this?  Because they know that a well staged home will bring faster sales and more profit. *A scientific fact is that if you don't have anything else to look at, you will see imperfections.  Carpet, pai...
01/26/2009
This is the question of the day.  Should you stage your home? Here are some tips that will help you to decide if staging is for you.  First:  Check the local market.  In a hot market, you won't need staging as much as you will in a soft market.   Second:  Consider your busy schedule.  How much ti...
01/26/2009
Wow, I have just been informed that I received RESA'S Stager of the Month award. I am deeply honored and humbled and I thank all of you who made it possible. What does Stager of the Month mean to me?  It means that I am helping my RE agents and their clients achieve their goals.  Putting on the "...
01/26/2009
It's New, It's Published, It's Great! I am so excited to get my web site publish.  Check it out today.  www.roombyroominteriors.net. Great Information about Decorating your home or Staging your home for sale. Pictures of before and after projects. Information on what you can do to stage your home...
01/26/2009
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One day while shopping for a decorating project, I ran into a person that had her basket as loaded as mine. While talking she told me that she was a professional stager & trainer. I was immediately interested. Little did I know that my profession had just changed course. With the support of my hu...
01/26/2009
Avoid mistakes: When your home is on the market it should always be ready to show. Toilet seat down, dirty towels in hamper, dishes cleaned and put away. The way we live in our homes is not the way we show a product to sell. After you give your home that good deep cleaning it will be much easier ...
03/07/2008
De-clutter/Clean/Remove are the three most common recommendations. It is surprising how much stuff we can accumulate over time. Personal pictures and religious items should be out of site. You don't have to pack these items away you can maybe put your grandchildren's picture inside your medicine ...
03/07/2008
Pack all Collectibles. We don't want the buyer to be distracted. This is not the time to showcase your personal tastes. Buyers want to see the house, not your favorite collection. They probably won't even like all your dolls, plates, spoons, etc. and if they don't like something then you have jus...
03/07/2008
Evaluate and take action. Allow your team to do their job. That is what they do day in and day out. Put your trust in them and let them do their job. You can't think of this as your home now. Now it is a product for sale. Doll it up and deck it out making it feel welcoming and inviting to potenti...
03/07/2008
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