Sisters Erin and Tara are here to help with the marketing of your biggest asset-your home. Our extensive collection of furniture and decor is continually growing which allows us to stay current with changing trends while keeping a classic and inviting feel for each residence.
I told you all about HGTV’s Restored by the Fords show a while back in a post here. Brother and sister team who renovate homes in Pennsylvania. She has a sassy style and he executes her fabulous signature. Great ideas on re-purposing, refinishing, redoing, remodeling, you get the jig…Very much worth your time to watch it if you haven’t already.
Here is her Project 62 lighting line for Target. I love the look in very small doses.
This condo cannot stay on the market very long, that’s for certain. We loved the large spaces, great parking (no lie), huge views and hip building. Our client wanted it to feel bright, colorful and swank which I think we delivered.
Would you like to make as much money as possible on the sale of your home? Sellers are getting top dollar when they put some skin in the game and prepare their home for the market. These are important first steps:
#1. Put away your emotions and put on your business hat. You are now selling a product and someone else’s dream.
#2. Curb Appeal: Get your landscaping dialed in. Weeded, planted, mulched (no red bark please) and beautiful. Be honest-how does your front door look? (See #3)
#3 Paint: Out with the strong statement colors and in with the neutrals. [Check out this blog postfor in-tell on paint]
#4 Lighting: Remove fabric window coverings, valances and anything that blocks out the light. Illuminate the room with table lamps and floor lamps or better yet, a current light fixture.
#5 Reinvent rooms. Create an office in a small nook area, or a craft room in a dingy area of the basement. (See #10)
#6 Pack away belongings and de-clutter. Do not leave any closet untouched. Get a storage pod and pack pack pack. Or better yet, move out altogether.
#7 Clean. Professionally is always my vote. Cleaners see so much more than homeowners. They know the drill. Do not forget windows-inside and out.
#8 Repair as much as possible. Make a list in order of importance. Buyers want a home that has been well cared for and loved.
#9 Interview Real Estate Agents and listen to them. They are in the business of helping homeowners get top dollar and most should know how to do that.
#10 Hire a reputable staging company. Check out their current work and reviews from clients. Start with Houzz. It cost money to stage so make certain you have connected with the right staging company.