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2007 

The way you live in your home may not necessarily be the best way to show your house to potential buyers. Think of staging as the process of preparing your home for sale, much as you would detail a car before selling it. The following staging tips should help you prepare your home to look its bes...
10/31/2007
'Stoga Music Theatre will present Stage Door by Edna Ferber and George Kaufman beginning November 14, 2007. The production will be directed by Jennie Eisenhower, a professional actress and 1996 graduate of Conestoga High School. The story takes place in the 1930's in a New York City boarding hous...
10/31/2007
Whether you are a realtor, a home stager, a home inspector or some other professional in the real estate field, you may benefit from the Small Business Development Center of Kutztown University. It is a nonprofit organization that encourages regional economic growth by providing consulting servic...
10/26/2007
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Murray's Main Line Deli and bistro M opened earlier this month at 575 Lancaster Avenue in Berwyn (next to Yang's Market). The owners, Bob and Galye Teti previously had a Murray's in West Chester. The chef is Tim Olivett who was previously at Moshulu in Philadelphia. One side is set up as a deli/g...
10/26/2007
The annual Berwyn Halloween parade will be held Tuesday, October 30th. It will begin and end at the fire company station on Bridge Avenue. Everyone is asked to gather at 6:00 pm. The parade will begin at 6:30 pm and proceed down Bridge Avenue, escorted by a fire engine. Free food and drinks will ...
10/25/2007
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In the words of this homeowner, "I can understand why a deer head might be a staging no-no. It is clearly underdone--more is better!"   Mounted deer heads seem to be a fairly common decorating item highlighted in MLS photos. Less commonly, I see other mounted animals, fish or hides in the form of...
10/25/2007
I would propose that they are equally lazy. Many sellers do not seem willing to put the time and effort into getting their home is the best possible condition prior to listing. Sellers do not realize that most buyers expect a home that has been updated and is move in ready. There are a minority o...
10/20/2007
Handel's Ice Cream and Yogurt in Berwyn, Pennsylvania is open daily, year round. It is located at 576 West Lancaster Avenue (the corner of Route 30 & Berwyn Avenue). Handel's is a small national chain with the most locations being in Ohio. I live within walking distance to the Berwyn store, so I ...
10/17/2007
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Cabrini College in Radnor, Pennsylvania hosts professional enrichment lectures each month. The "Bagels and Business" series is held the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7:30 am. It is a one-hour lecture and discussion focusing on topics that impact small businesses. Admission is free and a light bre...
10/15/2007
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I offer a followup visit to homeowners of an occupied property as part of my staging consultation. There is no additional cost--it is included in the consultation fee. Yet, I find that many homeowners do not take advantage of the followup visit. The purpose of the followup is to "fine tune" furni...
10/15/2007
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