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24 Oct 2015

 

 

Buyers want light, bright, spacious and airy. Windows are an expensive feature  of the home. Show them off. Here's how! Washing windows will increase the light factor in a home by as much as 30 percent.  That makes a big difference. Showcase your windows with linen-type curtain panels. The symmetry of the curtain panels will highlight your windows. Window valances make a room look darker so pack them away!

 

White or off-white curtain panels look terrific and w...

25 Sep 2015

According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), yellow houses sell faster than other houses. All things being equal—two houses with the same style, condition and price and in the same neighborhood—the yellow house will sell faster. Why? Buyers are looking for a comfort zone and yellow evokes a feeling of warmth and comfort. When you buy a house it is all about emotion, and color evokes emotions. Color is very powerful!

When you put your home on the market, y...

3 Sep 2013

"The wall built around us to keep sadness out also keeps out the joy.”

John Rohn, American Business Man 1930-2009

13 Aug 2013

We just staged a Single Family New Construction with hardwood floors throughout except for the family room which will have carpet. The kitchen & bathrooms are not finished either; however, this builder knows how important staging is so and he wanted it staged asap. The family room has a tricky layout and staging the room makes it easier for the buyer to see what a beautiful room it is. Check out the windows – gorgeous! We will pull the furniture out when it’s time f...

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