I'm so glad that you got here!
If you're a first-timer, welcome!
You may want to begin this Home Staging series HERE on the 1st day.
You can declutter, clean, slipcover old furnishings, plant new flowers in the garden bed,
or any myriad of other things to make your home look nice enough to get an MLS# assigned to it,
but if your home has any of the below problems
(remember, in Day 3, I gave you my most valuable bit of staging advice?)
as known by you or found by an inspector,
it is imperative that these are mended
or any other effort you put into the house will be for naught.
The first part (and major) of your staging budget should be assigned to the following areas:
(Mac, our pre-listing inspector, discovers that our wiring is screwy.)
(This is our attic where Mac found that the flu pipe from our gas central heating unit had dislodged from its port and had been charring the inside of our attic in one spot. It would only have been a matter of time before it could catch fire. Scary!)
(The company that Mac works for is BrickKicker. I highly recommend them! And, really, they aren't paying me to say that. We will be using him again to inspect the house that we will be buying once this one sells.)
Fix the Big Things First.
Tomorrow I'll talk to you about the Small Things,
which may not be so small, after all.
Just click on the book below to be taken to Amazon to get a copy for yourself or to share.
Happy Staging! Happy Selling!