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Home Stager - West Coast Staging
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Come on, you know they need it.   Do you have listings that are getting no action?  Have your sellers been resistant to the concept of staging?  The holiday season is the perfect time to try again.   When you consider price reductions ususally come in the 10's of thousands, a couple hundred or le...
11/24/2008
You must check this out www.lovelylisting.blogspot.com    - I thought I was a mediocre photographer, but having seen some on this site, I feel a bit better about myself.   This one is entitled "cross ventilation is so important!"   I think my favorite part is the captions they come up with for th...
09/11/2008
On a staging job where we used only what we had on site, and couldn't do any painting, we were faced witht the challenge of how to make a staggeringly vibrant ORANGE bedroom look good....... Well, it still was ORANGE - and all we had to use was an old sleeping bag and a poster we found in the tra...
09/09/2008
While on training with the CSP course, our team ran into a couple of interesting situations!  While looking for items to dress up the kitchen, we came across a huge BONG or water pipe, and found a big chunk of marijuana laying on the floor in the hall.   None of us wanted to touch or move it lest...
09/06/2008
I am so surprised and pleased with the responses to my first blogging attempt ever!   I had felt really "out of the loop" with technology that I never thought I would even figure out how to blog.   I'm glad I took the plunge and gave it a try.  (My 2 kids are so impressed!)   All the feedback I r...
09/05/2008
One of that hardest transitions a homeowner has to make is to the role of seller.   Our homes are our emotional haven, we live in them every day, which makes us "immune" to the little oddities that potential buyers DO notice. Home staging eases the burden of this transition for the seller.  Throu...
09/04/2008
Often with staging for living, the homeowner is so overwhelmed and emotionally attached to their "stuff" the task becomes too large to know where to begin. Here are some easy tips on making the separation more bearable: Make 3 piles - KEEP - DONATE - RECYCLE  - everything has to fit in one of the...
09/04/2008
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