Staging Helps Buyers to "See the House"

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Cape Cod and the Islands

This well-maintained ranch home in the Great Harbors waterfront community in East Falmouth, MA has good curb appeal, but the when people entered the house, their attention was drawn to the furniture and a lifetime collection of items and not the house.

We brought in Jayne Pelosi of Renaissance Interior Design to help prepare the home for sale. Jayne spent two hours rearranging furniture, packing knicknacks, and coordinating the relocation of all unneeded items to the garage for storage.

The result was house that allows visitors to see the house and not the "stuff" even though she just worked with the owner's furniture. You can take a virtual tour of the house by visiting the house's designated website www.10halfmoon.com or by just clicking on the picture.

I pay for Jayne to help the owners and me prepare their home for viewing for two hours as a part of my listing service. In some cases, the owners will pay to have her guide them through a more extensive staging process.

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Karen Rice
WEICHERT, REALTORS® Paupack Group - Hawley, PA
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It's amazing what a little bit of rearranging and getting rid of clutter can do.  Good luck with the sale!  Looks like a really nice home!

Jul 21, 2010 07:31 AM #1
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Harry F. D'Elia
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I have to admist that staging does help sell a house. Make it happen

Jul 21, 2010 07:45 AM #2
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