There’s a lot of weight in the value of a home based on its name. Add the word “country” or “country club” to a subdivision’s name and you may stand to increase the home’s value by up to 5% alone.
Staging is all about fully disclosing every feature of a property, not hiding it. Staging is never about fooling people.
Staging and organization pros Lorie Marrero and Ashley Whittenberger have seen how clients can quickly get overwhelmed with the selling and moving process.
Abandoned homes are blanketing neighborhoods across the country and while curb appeal for your listing matters, you also may need to take note of the curb appeal nearby.
Rugs can be a great, low-cost lifesaver when staging properties.
In recent weeks I’ve come across an increasing number of online articles discussing what’s often referred to as a new kind of Staging: Virtual staging.
Home improvement is on more home owners’ radar as the home remodeling industry recently saw its biggest gains in more than four years. Experts are pointing to the uptick as a long-awaited recovery that is finally taking shape in the home improvement industry.
Did you know the color you choose for your home can at a subconscious level psychologically affect you or others? Choosing a wall color may have just gotten a little more stressful!
From plants and area rugs to even children cribs, accessories are a great way to spruce up a home when staging it for sale.
Home owners may write off solar panels as too costly (installation can cost upwards of $15,000), but a new study suggests that installing solar panels can pay off.
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