There are common circumstances that most households face.
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It is important that Internet photos capture buyers’ interest since 90% of home buyers search online during their home buying process (Source: National Association of Realtors—NAR)
This family room had impressive windows overlooking a striking view and it made sense that the sectional faced that direction. However, for buyers entering the space their movement was blocked and in photos, the room looked like it was corralled and fenced.
By flipping the arrangement the space opened and was visually alluring. The MLS photos now gave a truer perspective of the room.
Staging enhances the space for favorable Internet photos.
SHIFT FROM THE
The way one lives in a home is not the way one sells a home, therefore a shift has to take place. In conjunction a balance has to be struck between living in and having it show its best…like a model home.
This busy mother, hands full with 3 little ones and husband in graduate school, didn’t know where to begin.
With guidance and room by room instructions, she was able to maintain her sanity and prepare the house for market.
An Action Plan simplifies the process by prioritizing and providing helpful strategies.
Furnishings can teach a room new tricks!
There are times when the furnishings don’t compliment the home nor “speak” to buyers. Even though buyers aren’t buying the furniture, it is like the supporting actors in a play, providing the substance, character and spirit of the home.
The front door opened to view the back of the recliner that faced the TV. Feedback on this property had been that the house felt dated.
The room was flipped and the country décor was removed. Amazingly, the art and accessories were found in a closet. The clients’ didn’t know how to integrate them so they remained hidden away.
The owners had an accepted offer within two weeks.
Furnishings can be reconfigured to portray a different style and appeal to a broad and/or targeted audience.
I am knowledgeable not only in what updates will be beneficial but a cost effective means of achieving the desired results.
This house sat on the market for several months because buyers saw only dollars signs and sledge hammers when they entered the master bath.
Without any demolition and about $1,500, the bathroom was transformed…removed wallpaper and painted walls and cabinetry, new lights, faucets, knobs and the crowning glory; resurfacing the hunter green cultured marble. (Resurfacing is a professional 3-
The next buyers to see the house, after the updates, signed a contract.
Reliable resources and trade professionals are recommended. Homeowners do not have to hunt down and hope they found dependable assistance.
"We wanted to be sure and express our thanks to you again for everything and everyone that you helped secure for us related to the repairs and upgrading. You did a fantastic job and we're sure that your "magic touch" helped sell the place. -