Tag: "Staging Tips"

Your Dog Stinks (and Other Things You Should Know Before You Sell Your House)

| September 23, 2018 | Comments (0)

Your Dog Stinks (and Other Things You Should Know Before You Sell Your House)                     Image via Pixabay There, we said it. Your dog smells. And not good. While you probably can’t detect his unpleasant odor, anyone not living at your house can. That includes buyers, […]

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8 Areas to Deep Clean Before Staging a Home

| July 18, 2018 | Comments (0)

8 Areas to Deep Clean Before Staging a Home If you have decided to sell your house, one crucial step in making sure that it will be out of the property market soon is to keep it clean and appealing. This way, potential buyers will be drawn to the house and take time to check […]

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How to Start Save a Dying Lawn

| July 1, 2018 | Comments (0)

How to Start Saving a Dying Lawn Are you devastated because your lawn is in a state of dying? Don’t lose all hope. There are things that can be done to revive and bring back your outdoor space’s lush, green glory. Stop putting up with a lousy-looking lawn and start nursing it back to vibrant […]

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“What Are You Paying Me For? A Four-Part Series About Price & Value”- Part 2 – The Consultation

| March 28, 2018 | Comments (0)

What Are You Paying Me For? A Four-Part Series About Price & Value – Part 2 – The Consultation By Jennie Norris, ASPM, IAHSP-Premier, President & CEO, Stagedhomes.com, IAHSP Chairwoman, Owner, Sensational Home Staging In today’s market, many people can be confused about what they are actually paying for when hiring a professional Stager.  In […]

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Why the Story of the Tortoise and the Hare Applies to Owning a Staging Business

| January 5, 2018 | Comments (0)

Why the Story of the Tortoise and the Hare Applies to Owning a Staging Business by Jennie Norris, President & CEO, Stagedhomes.com Do you remember the story about the Tortoise and the Hare?  The motto, “Slow and steady wins the race.,” was the moral of the story.  The same can be said for owning and […]

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Why “Midlife” is a Great Time to Downsize

| January 3, 2018 | Comments (0)

Image by Pixabay   Mention the term “downsizing” and most people think of seniors selling their home or a business falling on hard times. One image that almost never comes to mind is that of people in their 40s and 50s upgrading their lifestyle by moving into a smaller house. That’s a shame, because, as […]

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10 Hot Paint Colors – Will You Use these in 2018? . . . from Houzz

| December 18, 2017 | Comments (0)

What do you think about the prediction on Houzz that these 10 Paint Colors will be HOT in 2018?  Some are great for Staging and Selling, and others are definitely more for decorating a home where a owner is staying for a while. What do you think?  Post a comment and share!   Will These […]

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Why You Should Consider Getting a Loft Conversion To Increase the Value Of Your Home

| July 5, 2017 | Comments (0)

Why You Should Consider Getting a Loft Conversion To Increase the Value Of Your Home By John Miller Who doesn’t like to own a high-value property? Having a house of your own is one of the best ways to invest your money right. On top of that, one rising trend in increasing the value of […]

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Infographic on Home Prep and Staging Tips

| May 26, 2017 | Comments (0)

Check out this info-graphic on Staging . . . from ATG Stores.   Interesting statistics and suggestions for areas of improvement with the biggest bang for the buck. One word of caution, never recommend lighting candles in a home that is vacant.  The risk of fire is real, and even an occupied home should not […]

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How to Use Home Staging to Get a Better First Impression on a House

| April 10, 2017 | Comments (6)

We’ve all heard the phrase, “you only get one chance at a first impression”; a good impression at least and that’s even more important when it comes to staging a home! It’s said that it takes no more than seven seconds for someone to form a first impression and decide (based on looks) if they are or […]

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