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Cindy really has an incredible list here. Agents are missing the boat if their not providing the best of what staging has to offer to their homeowners. AngelaDesignology Home Staging Spokane WA                                                                                    More and more homeow...
05/31/2010
How many times have you walked into a new home with a buyer and there is a very small or no dining room? Numerous homes being built today are forgoing the formal dining room and making that room a den. Is it a wise decision? This can mean disaster for all invested if the designer or builder is wr...
05/29/2010
How many times have you sat there in a listing presentation and thought to yourself, "Wow, do I even want to take this homeowner on?" This happens to not only real estate agents, but contractors and stagers as well. I used to think I could handle anyone, no challenge was too great. And ...
05/27/2010
Ding-Dong......grrrrrr, with teeth. Great, another cute "Killer" at the door. Dogs can create a lot of havoc when you are trying to sell a property. Here are some great tips that should help the agent and the homeowner partner up to get Fido out of the way when potential buyers are seek...
05/26/2010
1. Color:  Neutral colors are going to be best, although it does not have to be light beige. Buyers are not as afraid of color as they use to be, however you still need to chose a color that the majority of buyers are willing to live with. White walls are not going to make a homeowner a nickel.  ...
05/24/2010
Home staging should show off the great features of your listing and diminish the negative ones, not create a phony atmosphere. It's all about marketing that feeling of the good life and what is possible for the room without going overboard. A home should never look like it's been staged.2...
05/10/2010
Some staging will do more harm than good. Bad staging stops your buyer from noticing and buying your listing. Do you know the difference? No one stuffs a napkin in a wine glass in real life. No one has towels cascading out of rattan baskets in the shower. Who lives like that? Nobody, and buyers a...
05/10/2010
That sinking feeling. . . It's one of those listings you dread. The location is great, the curb appeal is there, but all of the sudden, your heart sinks... you are speechless. This place is a mess! No buyer will ever see what this house is really worth with a room like this. "This is all...
05/04/2010
No one wants to inherit chaos. We have all been in homes where the walk-in closet is no longer walk-in. We've been in homes where we had to jump over things hoping to discover a trail along the way. A buyer does not want to be on a quest to find the kitchen. We have all been in homes where th...
04/28/2010
You're heading into the break room to get a second cup of coffee and you hear, "Did you see that listing on Hillcrest Road? What a disaster!" Yep, that's your listing they're talking about. You know it's a mess, but she is an older woman who loves all her things so much,...
04/28/2010
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