Welcome to my blog! I usually write about three times a week....generally offering Home Staging advice and decorating tips. I also write about local events in the Seacoast area of New Hampshire and I throw in the occasional healthy recipe.
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A Fast And Easy Way To Test Batteries Here's a quick video, originally posted by Dagny Eason of Dagny's Real Estate in Fairfield County, Ct. No battery tester needed! Just a sure fire way to know if you should throw away those batteries! I have personally tested it out and it does really wor...
Most people only sell a house once or twice in their life. Most home sellers are inexperienced and, without the right team of professionals supporting them, make many mistakes during the process.As a professional Home Stager in New Hampshire I advise sellers on preparation and presentation and h...
Wordless Wednesday - There's No Accounting For Taste
Roger Mucci's mother, Mickey, is celebrating her 94th birthday this Saturday, September 28. I've never met Mickey....I've never even met Roger in person....but I feel as though they are both part of my family.Every week Roger and I share our families via our blogs....Roger shares his stories of ...
Selling your New Hampshire house requires vision.....A BUYER'S VISION.In their search for a new home, buyers are most influenced by visual appearance. Yes, location and price are used to narrow the field, but it's what they visually see on the MLS and what they visually see at showings that dete...
Should I List My House With New Appliances or Offer An Allowance? As a New Hampshire Home Stager I've been asked this question many times. Every situation is different, but in most cases, it's best to buy new rather than offer an allowance. This is true whether you are talking appliances, floor...
Wordless Wednesday - Color My World
NH Home Staging Advice – Security Tips While Your Home Is Listed Listing your house for sale puts you in a very vulnerable position. Not everyone that enters your home can be trusted, and there will be a lot of people coming and going while your house is on the market. Janice Ankrett provide...
Wordless Wednesday - A Dirty Job, But Someone Has To Do It
My husband, Rick, just bought this little gizmo that I think is going to be very handy. It's called Chromecast. It cost $35.Chromecast sends video, or anything else on the web, to your TV from your smartphone, tablet or laptop.It's really easy to install....it plugs into the hdmi input on the ...