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Steps To Become A Competitive Seller This Summer

May 14, 2021

Summer brings the heat, for beach trips and bathing suits, but also for home sellers.  Summer months account for 40% of annual home sales across the nation.  June consistently holding the record for most home sales in one month.  Here are suggestions to become a competitive seller during real estate’s peak housing season. Curb appeal…

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The Most Popular Interior Design Color Palettes in 2021

April 6, 2021

The previous year has been, to say the least, troublesome. We had to adapt to the fact that most of our time we’ll be spending at home. Since our personal spaces became our prime spots, we had to try our best to turn them into places where we feel pleasant. But quarantine wasn’t all that…

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Small Home Offices with Big Impacts

March 15, 2021

Multipurpose spaces are all the rage this year as many of us continue to work/live/play at home. And while some of us have expansive homes with plenty of space to separate our exercise equipment from our home office or homeschool rooms, many of us do not have that luxury. At Seattle Staged To Sell we…

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How to Make Your Home Stand Out During a Virtual Tour

January 7, 2021

Virtual tours are hardly a new trend in real estate. For years now, people have been using virtual tours as an efficient way to draw in potential buyers and promote their home. And, during those years, we’ve learned a thing or two about what works and what doesn’t. So, in this article we will take…

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6 Common Decorating Mistakes to Avoid

December 16, 2020

During the year 2020, many people started tackling different renovation and decoration projects they have been putting off for too long. Some have given their walls a fresh color, others have changed the upholstery on their furniture, and some just made a few changes here and there. However, just because winter is here does not…

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

June 2, 2020
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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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Trending Tech Upgrades For Homes

April 10, 2020

When it comes to investing money into your home, there are few ways you can go about it. You can opt for renovating a certain part of it, like your kitchen or your bathroom. Or, you can choose to refurnish your apartment, and even get a nice TV. But the one investment that is bound…

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Queen Anne Partial Stage – Success Story

January 21, 2020

This Queen Anne home and the success story of the sale is an example of how partial staging can be just as effective as a full stage. With multiple offers over asking after just six days on the market, we definitely consider this project a success story. Check out the before and afters of this…

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Interior Design Trends To Watch Out For In 2020

January 11, 2020

Interior Design predictions are a yearly announcement we look forward to, much like the Pantone color of the year. As designers, it is exciting to hear what the experts think will be in, and what will be out. This year, there are some major trend changes and we are loving them all. We’ve listed a…

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How to Fund the Home Renovation of Your Dreams

January 3, 2020

Planning an extensive home renovation to jazz up your home? Unplanned expenses add up quickly and final costs can grow quite steep. Home advisor found that in 2019, “home renovations and remodels average $46,251 with most homes falling between $18,441 and $75,542”. That price tag isn’t always an option for the everyday household to fund with cash. Here…

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