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Home staging is not a fad, it’s a trend. If you want to be ahead, adopt early.

Posted  June 30, 2012  by  Melissa Marro

The key differences between a fad and a trend is staying power. Fads develop quickly and evaporate. Trends develop over time and have staying power. Here in 2012, it’s clear that home staging is now a trend, not a fad. Consumers who want to sell their home, and real estate pros who want to build […]

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Taking Home Staging to the Next Level: Lifestyle Merchandising

Posted  April 4, 2011  by  Donna Dazzo

Did you know that home staging is all about “lifestyle merchandising“? Yes, when you are selling your home, you are actually merchandising a lifestyle to potential buyers. Recently I graduated from an advanced staging course given by Matthew Finlason, host of HGTV’s “The Stagers”. It was an intense, two-day course attended by only a handful […]

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DIY (Do it Yourself) Home Staging Gets Sale

Posted  March 1, 2011  by  Donna Dazzo

You don’t have to spend a lot of money on hiring a home stager.  If you are willing to do the work a home stager recommends yourself, then a few hundred dollars investment in a home staging consultation can result in thousands of dollars of return in selling your home and/or thousands of dollars in […]

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Creating a Comfortable Conversation Area

Creating a comfortable conversation area in the living room is important so that people can face each other and can speak without raising their voices. Also, everyone should be able to comfortably reach the coffee table, or at ...
by Donna Dazzo
 

 
 
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Walls & Ceilings Overview

It is important for walls and ceilings to be clean throughout your house. Make sure cobwebs aren’t lurking in corners and no stains are visible, especially on the ceiling. Ceiling stains will make buyers wonder whether there ...
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Introduction to SELLING SMART…

The Choice…. There are many things we do on auto pilot in our life. They require no planning, strategizing or implementation with thought. These things are usually things we do often, and after repetition it comes so naturall...
by Angela Brooks
 

 

 
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Fence Overview

Carefully inspect wooden fences for dry-rot and split planks. Look at your fence as if it were a piece of furniture outside your home. If it is damaged, weatherworn or shows signs of dry-rot, it may be best to replace the entir...
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Kitchen Overview

Remove and empty garbage cans daily. Keep them out of sight and smell. Take out any garbage that has the potential to smell worse as the day progresses (e.g., tuna fish, pet food, beef, poultry, pork drippings or containers of ...
by EnergizedSeller Community
 

 



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