Do you live out-of-state or internationally? Maybe you’re on a restricted budget or don’t have time to meet us in person? Well, try our E-Staging a house to sell. This type of service is a way for you to take action yourself to get your home prepared for sale, of course with some expert advice directing you every step of the way. You’re about to discover the biggest reason why home staging is one of the best ways to attract potential buyers, generating more qualified offers, and sell your home fast! Many consider me one of the top home stagers in the business, and home sellers pay me top dollar just to get an hour of my time to share my secrets. Watch this new video until the end and learn how to finally leverage my new E-Staging Service to dominate your competition, get massive buyer traffic and leads to […]
Using personal photos to decorate the walls of your home are common practice in homes. But, when you’re staging a home, are those personal photos, like wedding photos a turn off for buyers? It’s a bit of a debate in the real estate industry to display or not to display that is the question… While some believe all personal photos must be removed because the idea is that you want potential buyers to visualize themselves living there. And how can they do that with your mug hanging on the wall? Others believe personal photos actually make a space feel warm, inviting, and especially makes it feel like home.the argument is that certain photos can showcase the lifestyle you can have if your buy this home. And we’ve talked about this in a past video, click here to watch. It’s funny I had this argument not to along with a friend […]
So, sellers ask me all the time what should they do with their clutter and extra items not being used when they’re staging a home? Really it depends on if it’s of use to you or your family anymore. If you can still use the items, but not during the showings then I suggest get packing. But, what if you don’t need the items anymore then I say throw a yard sale to try and make a few extra bucks because we all know someone else’s trash is another’s treasure. I was recently apart of a successful yard sale and here are a few tips to keep in mind when your ready to set up shop in your yard, becuase it’s hard work. Tip # 1: Go through your entire house a few weeks before your sale and start putting aside items you will be selling. Tip# 2: Put like […]
Fireplaces are on many buyers’ wish lists, in fact according to a National Association of Realtors 2013 Home Features Survey they found that 57-percent purchased a house with a fireplace. With so many buyers wanting this feature, you need to make sure as a seller your fireplace takes center stage in the room. Try these tips when updating your dingy fireplace when staging a home: Update Fireplace Materials Screens. If your fireplace has a brass screen modernize it! By spending $200 or so to replace the old screen with a new black or bronze version, you can instantly bring a fireplace up-to-date. Do-it-yourselfers may opt to paint the brass screen themselves using black grill or auto paint with a heat-resistant primer. Background Wall. Most fireplaces have outdated brick. If the brick matches your design aesthetic then by all means use it. But, if it’s a traditional brick in a contemporary home chances […]
home staging art: Do you have artwork around your home leaning up against the walls? Or maybe you have bare walls because you’re scared of making a mistake? Don’t leave those great pictures lurking in the corner. Follow this is a fool proof infographic (attached below) created by Shutterfly to show you what tools are needed to hang anything on any type of surface. So, what are you waiting for? Get hanging!! Make sure to post your comments and photos below of your hanging projects! I’d love to see the transformations. Happy Selling, This infographic is provided to you by Shutterfly, the leading online provider of photo books, cards and Wall Art.