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Welcome to my blog! Now that I am retired, I don't blog as much as I used to, generally offering Home Staging advice and decorating tips when I do write. On Wednesdays I enjoy sharing a fun picture or meme using my grandchildren as my inspiration.



The biggest bang for your buck, by far, is using paint to improve your home's appearance.  Paint will make a room cleaner, fresher, brighter, and more stylish.  It gives buyers the impression that the house has been well maintained and cared for.  It makes your home more competitive with new cons...
One big mistake many sellers make is underestimating the importance of preparing their bathrooms for sale.I recently did a staging consult for a seller who responded "it's the bathroom, it's supposed to have toothbrushes in it" when I told him to remove his toothbrush from the counter. There is n...
The visual appearance of a home prompts potential buyers more than any other factor.  Once they step inside, buyers decide within the first ten seconds whether they want to buy your home.  They should be greeted with a spotless, move-in ready home, which gives the appearance of being well maintai...
Did you know that only 10% of buyers can actually visualize a room any other way than how you show it to them.It is very important, when preparing a house for sale, to clearly define the space and function of each room. Don't expect potential buyers to try and figure out how to better arrange the...
I understand that dealing with years of accumulation can be overwhelming for you.  But, think about how overwhelming it is for potential buyers to have to look past all your stuff.  You at least have a sentimental attachment to the stuff.If you want buyers to consider making your house their new ...
If you currently have your house on the market or are planning on selling your house in the near future, then this seven-part series was written for you.If you missed it, Tip #1 was Update Lighting Fixtures Tip #2  Identify Red FlagsDo you know what a "red flag" is? A signal of danger or a proble...
New Hampshire Home Stager reveals secrets to selling.  Secrets to selling your house?  Can there be any secrets left?It seems with all the home staging information out there and so many home staging shows popular on HGTV, all the secrets must be told by now. And yet...take a look through your loc...
If you need new flooring, call my Dover New Hampshire flooring specialist, TJ Sprague, for a free consult. Whether you are preparing your house for sale or improving your home for your own comfort, new flooring will make a dramatic difference. TJ Sprague is the President of Floor Coverings Intern...
 Cider Hill Farm in Amesbury, Massachusetts is my favorite farm.   We found the farm about nine years ago, by accident, and we have been picking our own fruit there ever since. We started out by making regular weekend trips in the Fall to pick apples, and then we discovered that we could pick our...
Need to unwind?  Treat yourself to a spa treatment at Eight Winds in Hampton NH.  When was the last time you felt relaxed?  With all the stresses that you face on a daily basis, you have probably noticed that your body is paying the price.  You need to rediscover relaxation and make your body's w...

Sharon Tara

Retired New Hampshire Home Stager
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Author Bio: Sharon Tara is a retired professional Home Stager who served the greater Seacoast New Hampshire area. Sharon specialized in owner-occupied home staging consults to help sellers prepare and present their home for sale.