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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Staging: Getting The Most Out of Your Investment

Staging is still a relatively new animal. New enough that we still have to educate people about the advantages of using our services, but old enough that there is a developed art and science as to how to perform the job. Thankfully, we got in this staging game early. We’ve worked the kinks out and studied with the… Read More

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What Birds Can Teach You About Selling Your Home

I recently went to consult with a client about staging her home in Nashville.  It had been on the market for 4 months with only a few showings and even less interest.  She couldn’t understand why her house was not selling.  As I drove through the neighborhood I noticed some children playing an intense game… Read More

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You Wouldn’t Go To The Prom Without Taking a Shower Would You?

    As a home stager I end up in a lot of homes.  On any given day I can find myself in a cute cottage or a multi-million dollar mansion. One thing that is common among every single home I walk into, no matter the size, location, or price is the need to be clean… Read More

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Neutral Doesn’t Mean Boring Builder Beige

When selling your home it is best to neutralize the paint colors so it will appeal to as many buyers as possible. You may love purple passion walls, but most buyers looking at your house won’t. So it’s best to remove any potential objections buyers may have and say goodbye to that sweet pink, boyfriend… Read More

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