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When you have a wood burning fireplace, always remove ashes that have accumulated (when their cool of course) during the winter.  During the winter try to keep the ashes out as best as possible.  Place logs on the grate if it's a working fireplace, if not you can place pillar candles in a firepl...
10/24/2010
Don't forget the bathrooms!  Exhaust fans circulate the air, thus collecting dust and usually discoloring the cover.  When you walk into a freshly painted bathroom and the exhasut fan has a layer of dust on it and is turning yellow, it doesn't make sense.  Take the cover down, clean it with blea...
10/24/2010
Custom draperies are beautiful for a home that is decorated.  But when selling, you should seek the advice of a Home Staging professional to get an unbiased opinion of whether custom treatments will be a benefit or a hindrance.  Drapes may be be so customized and distractracting that they will a...
10/24/2010
Faux Paint can really give a room alot of character, and it's great for decorating to your tastes when you were living there.  Now, that your thinking of selling your home the faux paint will need to be painted to a neutral tone.  I realize sellers are attached and love their fauxed walls and ce...
10/24/2010
All pets should be taken out of a home while your house is being shown, no if ands or buts.  Nobody likes to be met at the door by a barking dog jumping up on them.  Alot of people are intimidated or afraid of dogs.  I would also remove all caged pets, reptiles or pets in aquariums...the fish ca...
10/24/2010
When showing your home, keep the cars in the garage or parked at a neighbors or friends.  When there are several cars parked around a house it gives the impression there is not enough space in the garage for your cars.  Too many cars will detract from a homes curb appeal.  The same applies to bo...
10/24/2010
When selling your home, you need to pull out all of the stops.  If your house is on the market and it is vacant,  one little tip is to leave mini water bottles or soft drinks in the refrigerator for buyers that are coming through.  A small sign can be left on the counter  to let buyers know ther...
10/23/2010
This article "Eleven Reasons People Can't Sell Their Houses" came out October 18 from 24/7 Wall St. by Douglas A. McIntyre.  An excellent summation for home sellers.  All great points that make sense when selling a home in any market.  Obviously there are more reasons, location and price being a ...
10/19/2010
                                                                   Staging under a bathroom sink.  Not too exciting, not much going on here...and that's a good thing.  It's not cluttered, with just a few items.  Look at how much storage stace that it looks like you have. Buyer's love space, and t...
10/18/2010
  This is an ongoing series of Home Staging Tips for home owners that are selling their homes.  Most are DIY'er tips, inexpensive, and very beneficial for properly marketing your property. In the fall, take all dead foliage and summer annuals out and add new plants that like the cooler weather. ...
10/17/2010
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