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Home Sold 8 Days After Home Staging!

Posted December 3, 2010 by Donna Dazzo

Home staging does work! A two-bedroom apartment in New York City needed to be sold, and sold quickly, because the owners were being relocated down south.  And it happened in 8 days! But, let’s start at the  beginning of this amazing success story. The furniture in all of the rooms was not showing off each […]

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Are Home Sellers Smarter Than Real Estate Agents When It Comes to Staging?

Posted August 17, 2010 by Donna Dazzo

We have all either seen or heard of that TV show “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?” where adults try to answer questions that a fifth grader could answer.  You assume the adults would know the answers because…well they’re adults and have had more years of life and learning under their belt.  Well, often […]

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What NOT to do When Selling Your Home

Posted August 7, 2010 by Donna Dazzo

I couldn’t believe my eyes! Here was an apartment featured in the Sunday New York Times’ “On the Market in New York City” column. As I viewed the pictures of this and the other two properties online with my home staging eyes, I cringed at the thought that someone thought it was okay to photograph […]

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5 Secrets you SHOULD keep from buyers when selling your home

Posted July 2, 2012 by Karen Otto

As a Professional Home Stager, home staging consulting is something I do for clients on a regular basis.  In recent weeks I have been reminded that there really are some secrets sellers should be keeping from buyers while selling a home. And I’m not talking about the structural integrity of the home or defects my friends. Let’s make that clear from […]

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Ignore Details, Lose the Sale

Posted July 2, 2012 by Dan Eason

Why Details are Important Businesses get in trouble when they ignore small problems, according to author Michael Levine in his book, “Broken Windows, Broken Business: How the Smallest Remedies Reap the Biggest Rewards.”  Levine asserts that if a business is to succeed it has to pay attention to the smallest details or risk failure. Home […]

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