Home Selling

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The point of virtual staging is to catch a buyer’s attention online and get them through your front door for an in-person showing. When done properly virtual staging can transform a cold, vacant condo into an inviting space that potential buyers can envision themselves living in. When done poorly virtual staging can be deceiving...we don't want this; the worst thing that you can do as a seller or listing agent is disappoint a customer when they come for a showing. Personally, I like virtual staging especially for smaller, unique or somewhat awkward spaces.

***NOTE: Virtual Staging is when a graphic designer edits photos of a home and adds to-scale furnishings to the photos. This is done to create a sense of scale and functionality to an otherwise empty

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Selling homes is a team effort. We work very closely with our clients through every step of the listing process and when everyone does their job then homes get sold. In this case we had a very specific plan as to how the home should look in person, online and in print. We worked with the seller, our photographer and design team with this plan in mind and it worked out perfectly. Within 20 hours of coming to market we had a conditional offer at 99% of our asking price and we now have a firm sale! If you are interested in working with a Real Estate Team who not only knows the market but believes each home deserves this kind of attention regardless of price point then we would love to talk with you and put our experience to work. 311 Schoooner…
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Presenting your home to the market is the crucial first step in getting your home sold. Here are a few simple steps could add thousands of dollars to your sale price.

1. Make the decision you are going to sell: This may seem obvious, but selling a home is a commitment, especially right now. Once you have committed to selling, you will do whatever it takes to keep your home in show and sell condition.

2. Have a ‘Zero Emotion’ de-cluttering party. This is when your Realtor, Home Stager or friend with a descending eye can really help you out. You have pictures, trinkets, and momentous throughout your house. Some of these things will add to the vibe of your home, others may not be so helpful. Go through your house and anything you don’t NEED; pack

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Has your home been on the market longer than expected? If so, that’s ok…a lot of homes have. There are a few things you can do to spruce up your listing, expose it to a different demographic of buyer and hopefully get an offer:

1. Get rid of winter photos:The snow is gone, the grass is green (at least it will be after the rain this week) and the flowers + trees are starting to bloom. Now is the perfect time to get the photographer back for some fresh exteriors. Many photography companies offer a seasonal update package.

2. Change up the listing description: We know that buyers look for homes in different ways; some only care about the pictures, others need to view a 3D tour before they will even step foot in a home and others study the listing

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