Ashley Pasquale

The Components of a Real Estate Purchase Contract

September 14, 2020

Buying and selling real estate is no monkey business. It always involves serious decision making and large sums of money. That is why you want to be sure that you have the protection of the law. This goes for both sides of the selling process. Both buyers and sellers of real estate properties want to…

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3 Tips for Dealing with Home Repairs

September 7, 2020

If your kitchen pipes suddenly started leaking, would you have the resources to pay for the repairs? If not, you could be setting yourself up for some serious future stress. Emergency home repair issues can put a strain on your finances if you are not prepared for them. Before an emergency home issue trips up…

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10 Common Moving Questions During COVID-19

August 31, 2020

Moving is stressful on an average Tuesday. Mix in the coronavirus pandemic and you have a recipe for misinformation, uncertainty and anxiety. Your clients likely have a ton of questions about how to move safely, so here are answers to the top moving questions. Related to moving in general 1. Is moving an essential service…

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Buying and Selling Your Home Glossary of Terms

August 19, 2020

The world of real estate and the market itself can seem quite complicated if you are new to it. However, all of us, at some point in our lives, do get familiar with the aspects of buying and selling a home. Although there is a lot of paperwork involved and there are different procedures, once…

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Home Improvement Projects to Tackle During Coronavirus Quarantines

July 8, 2020

Spending time locked up in your home can be difficult, whether you are alone or with your family members. While you should try to relax and do the things you enjoy but don’t always have time for, you shouldn’t put everything else on hold. Setting yourself little tasks and completing small home improvement projects will…

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7 Reasons Why You Should Remodel Your Kitchen

June 17, 2020

Do you think your kitchen is too old or too small for your family? If so, maybe now is the time to remodel the heart of your home and give it some upgrades. The kitchen is one of the most vital areas of any home. It is where your family can gather and reminisce good…

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Mercer Island Nantucket Estate

June 8, 2020
Nantucket Estate

Boutique staging is so much more than just picking furniture. We design the home with the buyer in mind and it has proven to make all the difference. This lovely Mercer Island home was such a fun project for us and it sold within a few days. A gated, private paradise on one of the…

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Steps to Selling Your Home You Didn’t Know Could Be Done Virtually

June 2, 2020
selling your home virtually

Although the country is reemerging, our safety will mean doing some things virtually for a long time. The good news is we are succeeding at it, and home sales are no exception! Most, sometimes even all, parts of selling your home can happen without social contact. Since many sellers put the process on hold during…

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Windermere Luxury Estate | Home Feature

May 26, 2020
home feature | windermere luxury estate

Another successful stage at this stunning waterfront gem. The Windermere Luxury Estate was described as “Architecturally significant and magical in both setting and design.” The home was originally conceived by notable architect Gene Zema in 1967 and thoughtfully remastered by George Suyama in 2010. With views of Mount Rainier, and steps from the lake, this…

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4 Things That Define an ‘Adult’ Pantry, According to Home Stagers

May 21, 2020

We’ve been featured in another blog! Our founder, Shirin, was interviewed for this article, “4 Things That Define an ‘Adult’ Pantry, According to Home Stagers” written by Marie Cervantes. Check out what she, and several other designer had to say below! 

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