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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The most important part of real estate marketing is having great MLS photos. In an attempt to have the best possible photos, many real estate agents provide professional photography as part of their listing service.If the home is properly prepared prior to it's photo session, it is money well sp...
Wordless Wednesday - All Hail The Mighty iPad
I've had many Home Staging consults where I've had to address unpleasant odor in the laundry room.Usually full of dirty clothing, that sits behind closed doors for days, it's not surprising that these small areas develop an odor. Whether it's a musty smell coming from the washing machine or body...
It has come to my attention that something very frightening is happening here at our beloved ActiveRain....something so horrific that it strikes at the core of our being.....our very livelyhood!People are being struck down in their prime, as a fast-moving epidemic grows and consumes. Panic is so...
Wordless Wednesday - You Really Had To Be There
Wordless Wednesday - You Had To Be There
If you are preparing your New Hampshire home for sale, there is one simple step you can take that will increase it's perceived value and set it apart from the competition. It shouldn't cost you any money or take that much time.Most sellers understand the importance of cleaning and organizing eac...
Selling a home requires preparation and presentation. This is what Home Stagers do. We prepare homes for sale, creating a presentation that is not only visually appealing, but emotionally appealing. Home Stagers do more than organize, clean, and decorate....they create emotional attachment. W...
Wordless Wednesday - "My Funny Valentine"
Most homeowners have too much furniture and accessories....something in every corner and pictures hanging on every wall. Many of my NH Home Staging clients get apprehensive when I suggest removing items....concerned the room will appear "too empty". Less is More.....it doesn't matter if you ar...