A listing photo is worth a thousand words

When I was younger – before the days of the Internet – I remember driving around different neighborhoods with my parents, looking for houses that had “For Sale” signs in the yard. I was in charge of keeping notes: writing down the address, phone number, asking price, and a few key details about the house… Read More

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Can a closet really help sell my home?

A few years ago, during a staging consultation, I was educating a client in Brentwood about the importance of organizing her closets, when she shared with me a very interesting story: She and her husband loved visiting Open Houses and were out on their usual Sunday adventure, when they entered the home of a family… Read More

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Selling Your Home: Getting Rid of Those Stubborn Odors

When selling your home it’s important to have a clean smelling house. Buyers are extremely sensitive to different odors when entering a home. Stubborn smells such as smoke, pets, cooking spices, and stale uncirculated air can kill a home sell instantly. I often meet with home sellers and find bowls of potpourri or plug in… Read More

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Selling Your Home: 7 Steps to a Clean & Classy Closet

You’ve de-cluttered, rearranged furniture, lightened and brightened, deep cleaned the house, and now you are ready to officially put your house on the market. Hold on one minute – you’re not as ready as you may think. One of the telling signs of a great, sellable house is actually what you don’t see. Many home… Read More

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5 Inexpensive Ways to Earn Top Dollar When Selling Your Home

The idea of selling your home can be overwhelming, especially when you wonder where in the world to begin.  We often see the flaws in our homes, because we live in them every day and have strong opinions about what’s wrong – often more than what’s right! Where to begin? We recommend that you start by looking… Read More

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