In honor of Mother’s Day, we're looking at how real estate pros can leverage photography and staging in helping mother's fall in love with the home of their dreams.
Submitted by the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) 1. Declutter & Clean The first step to sprucing up the outdoor living room is to clear dirt and clutter from the space. Store lawn equipment, children’s toys, and pet play things in a shed or garage. Give the entire area a good scrub down, sweeping away dust […]
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