A picture is worth a thousand words, and if you have bad photographs of your listing, it tells a thousand bad stories. Here's one way to stand out with your property photos.
This year in home decor, green is really having its moment. Learn how to infuse more green into your listing.
By Audra Slinkey, Home Staging Resource A lot of real estate agents are looking for a good, reliable home stager that can magically transform their listings into the price point their seller is hoping to achieve. The trouble and confusion sometimes comes when the real estate professional asks a few home stagers to “bid” or […]
The following are some examples of rooms that were “styled to sell” by meeting targeted buyer’s specific needs.
Savvy real estate professionals are using many new tools to help their listings gain an advantage and sell faster--including virtual staging. View the possibilities.
Asbestos is only considered dangerous when contaminated materials have been worn down or damaged, which is a standard part of most renovation or remodeling work.
What’s your state’s favorite home accessory—centerpiece bowls, trays, throw blankets, vases, or more? Take a look at this chart from a survey conducted by Next Day Blinds to find out.
Whether you’re selling your own home or staging a home for your seller, paying attention to industry trends can go a long way toward ensuring a fast and successful sale.
The keys are in your buyer's hands! They've gone through the process ... the search, deciding, inspection, stress, closing, and finally, the elation of buying a new home. Now, they have to make it their own. Here's how.
What's your home improvement persona: The Sensible Improver, the Project Planner, the Reliable Renovator, the Visionary, or the Extrovert? View this infographic.