Decluttering & Staging Your Home to Sell Quickly and For More Money

Decluttering & Staging Your Home to Sell Quickly and For More Money
Staging your home to attract Buyers, so they can visualize themselves in the home is the desired outcome. Often it just takes getting rid of some furniture (you're getting ready to move so why not pack up all the personal pictures and knick knacks in advance).  Clean up the yard, organize the closets, donate what you haven't worn or used in a year.  Freshen up lights, freshen up worn paint etc.  A little will go a long way to sell your home quickly and for top dollar.
  • Makes your home look clean and organized
  • Strives to make rooms look bigger
  • Makes your home feel more welcoming
  • Uses maximum space, adding functionality to each room and corner
  • Modernizes your living space through new, creative furnishings
  • Depersonalizes your home and attempts to have the buyer imagine themselves in the space

I am here to guide and help.  I am very passionate about getting homes ready to sell, and offering my clients the best opportunity to sell quickly and for top dollar.  This is what I love to do.  Give me a call and I can give you a free consulation on what it will take you to get your home ready to sell for more!


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