Staging Homes in Seattle

Realtors Who Stage Their Own Listings Might Not Be Using Their Skills & Time Wisely

August 22, 2012

As a Seattle home stager, I like to stay informed about Seattle real estate and this means attending some open houses. I find it interesting to see how many homes for sale are staged and how these homes have been prepared for the market. I’m happy to say that I am finding more and more…

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Want to Sell Your Home for Top Dollar? Then Don’t Sabotage Your Own Success!

August 18, 2012

Recently, one of my real estate clients asked me to meet her at the townhouse of one of her clients for a pre-listing consultation.  The home owners had tried twice to sale their home previously without any success. They wanted to try again to sell their home since they had a new baby and they…

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Selling Your Home? Then It’s NOT About YOU Mr. & Mrs. Home Sellers!

August 7, 2012

Selling your home? Then it’s NOT about YOU Mr. & Mrs. Home Sellers.  It is a no-brainer that when every home seller puts his or her home on the market, they hope to sell their home for the most money in the least amount of time. We all want that. You would think that every…

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A “Hipster Vintage” Staging Design For This Seattle Mid-Century House

August 5, 2012

I just love being a home stager.  And the best part is that as a Seattle home stager, I get to design and stage so many beautiful homes. This Mid-Century house in Seattle is a good example of this. To showcase the beautiful simple lines, the big windows, and that MCM feel of the house,…

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SEVEN Reasons Why This Amazing Mid-Century House Was Not Selling

July 31, 2012

This beautiful homeowner occupied Mid-Century house in Magnolia, which is one of the most charming neighborhoods in Seattle, was for sale for almost six months. It’s actually still on the market. Except this time, this home has gone through an amazing transformation and it is ready to greet the buyers.We decided that the BEFORE &…

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Another Seattle Home Staged & SOLD In ONE Day

July 10, 2012

There are LOTS of aspects about my home staging business, that I love. But three of them stand out above all the rest. First, I get to meet some amazing people that I would not have otherwise. Second, I come across so many unusual homes and neighborhoods that I would not have seen if I…

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Professional Home Stagers Stage Houses for the Home Buyers’ & Cameras’ Eyes

July 6, 2012

Professional Home Stagers stage houses for the home buyer’s eyes and the eye’s of cameras.  The way we live in our homes and the way we show our homes when they go to market are two different concepts. When we are living in our homes, everything is about US – OUR likes and OUR comfort.…

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The Story of my Garden – A Seattle Home Stager’s Personal Journey

June 21, 2012

Our almost postage size Seattle garden is a special and personal place for me because it tells a story.  Our story. It all began in May of 2002 with the planting a cherry tree in honor of my late nephew, Zhubin, who left us much too soon.  A very special person, Jarrett, who also is…

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Are you selling a house OR a home? There is a slight difference! Part 1

May 23, 2012

Before putting your house on the market, you should be thinking about WHAT you are actually trying to sell or even more importantly, what you should be trying to sell. Are you selling a house OR a home? There is a slight, but important difference! After years of being a home stager and working with…

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Keep Oil And Vinegar For Your Salad And Not Your Hardwood Floors

October 2, 2011

This blog was inspired by an expreince that I had few months back. A home owner called and asked me to view his house, that has been rented for the past three years and now he was ready to put it on the market and wanted me to stage it. Upon our arrival, we discovered…

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