How’s Your Curb Appeal?

How’s Your Curb Appeal?

How’s Your Curb Appeal? 1. Potential home owners do what they call a “drive by.”  It’s exactly as it sounds.  They drive by the house to see if they like the external look of the house.  If they like it, they will make an appointment to see it.  If they don’t, they keep on driving.  It’s that simple.  The house may be stunning inside, but some people don’t want just a stunning house inside, most people…

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Why You Need to Stage an Empty House

Why You Need to Stage an Empty House

Why you need to stage an empty house Condos or even houses, can become empty for a variety of reasons at the time that it is being put on the market for sale.  So if the condo is empty, why bother go to all the hassle of staging it with furniture?   Why ? You ask?  Can’t people picture what it will look like with their own furniture?  Good question. 5 Reasons why you need…

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5 Ways to Make a Focal Point in a Living Room

5 Ways to Make a Focal Point in a Living Room

5 Ways to Make a Focal Point in a Living Room When you walk into a room, without thinking, your eyes automatically search for something or somewhere to land.  That “landing spot” is called the focal point.  The focal point is where your eye is drawn to and where you make your first impression of the room.  You want that impression to be a stunning statement of your living room.  Here are 5 ways use…

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10 Staging Tips to Sell Your Home Fast

10 Staging Tips to Sell Your Home Fast

10  Staging Tips to Sell Your Home Fast   1. Depersonalize. Depersonalize. Depersonalize. Buyers needs to picture themselves in your room.  80% of the buyers have difficulty visualizing themselves in rooms that smack of the owner’s personality.   Of the 20% that can visualize, they will low ball their offer for the “work” they feel they need to do.  Remove quirky decorating, family photos, trophies, degrees etc.   2. Declutter.  Declutter.  Declutter.      …

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