Tag: Home Staging

First Impressions: 10 seconds to Home Selling Success or Failure

First Impressions: 10 seconds to Home Selling Success or Failure

| October 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Last weekend my wife and I went to 2 open houses in Scituate. The first was a split level ranch set in a private neighborhood and the second was small 3 bedroom colonial also in private neighborhood. As we pulled up to House #1, we first noticed an overgrown front yard, then peeling paint on […]

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Overcoming Spatial Awkwardness

Overcoming Spatial Awkwardness

| June 15, 2012 | 1 Comment

I once lived in an apartment with an entertainment center that was way too big for my tiny living room. I lived in fear of it toppling over onto me while I watched My Best Friends Wedding for the ninth time. Thankfully it never did. Being a renter I didn’t have carte blanche to make […]

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Home Staging Curb Appeal

Home Staging Curb Appeal

| May 19, 2012 | 1 Comment

Taking Home Staging to the Streets Hating buzzwords doesn’t stop me from using them.  Let’s talk “curb appeal” people!  Unfortunately a buyer doesn’t start a home tour from inside your house. Their first impression of your house will be from inside their car when they either do a “drive by” or while they stare at your home […]

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Basics of Home Staging

Basics of Home Staging

| May 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

When you hear the phrase “home staging” you may envision setting up a stage on your front lawn for a production of Wicked- but in reality, it’s more complicated than that! Home staging is about more than having a clean, well-decorated home. It’s about removing YOU and your personality and presenting your home in a […]

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