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Try Adding Pops of Shiny Decor in your Interiors
Shiny decor and patterned fabrics can show off your interiors in your staged home. Try adding these for buyer appeal.

Bold Colors in Small Amounts can Transform Interiors
Home staging tips inspired from designer style. See how bold colors in small amounts can transform your interiors.

Bring your Staged home Alive with Natural Textures
Natural and casual textures can highlight your staged home. Bring a casual chic appearance to your interiors with nods from the design world.

Consider Adding a Deck or Outdoor Entertaining Area
Refresh your curb appeal with fresh landscaping. Consider adding a deck or outdoor entertaining area.

Organize and Clean Your Home Throroughly
Before buyers come through your spring staged home, ensure you clean and organize it thoroughly.

Use Spring Colors Throughout your Staged Home
Breathe new life into your home with a new paint job. Use spring colors throughout your staged home.

Ask for Referrals and a Home Staging Portfolio
Tips to consider before hiring a home staging professional. Ask for their portfolio and qualifications in home staging.

Will Your Home Staging Pro Have a Clear Plan of Attack?
Ask your professional home stager about their approach. Ask questions about furniture, storage units and a plan of attack before hiring.

Make an Informed Decision After Weighing the Options
Don't let the cost of home staging sway your decision. The professional should be able to justify the costs with time saved on the market.

Choose Furniture that Compliments your Exterior Home
Choose outdoor furniture based on the type of buyers you'd like to attract. A beautiful backyard can be highlighted with the right furniture.

Quality Furniture will Withstand the Outdoor Elements
Your outdoor patio furniture shouldn't overwhelm a small patio or be too sparse for a large patio. Invest in quality pieces to withstand harsh weather

Don't Overlook Comfort when Choosing Furniture
Choose outdoor furniture based on durability as well as comfort for potential homebuyers.

Paint and Repair Windows & Doors that are Broken
Curb appeal starts at your architectural details of your home. Spruce up your exterior windows and doors with paint, molding or by repairing.

Curb Appeal can Attract or Detract Buyers Instantly
Walk around your outdoor home and examine the roof and gutters. Overall curb appeal includes your roof, landscaping, and home architectural elements.

Highlight Architectural Elements with Color
Update your exterior home and architectural elements with color. Painting is inexpensive and changes the look of your home instantly.

Your Laundry Room has Hidden Buyer Potential
Clear out the clutter and present your laundry room in a welcoming way. Many homebuyers love to see utilitarian areas staged.

A Fresh Coat of Paint Color can Help your Laundry Room
Keep your Laundry room clean when staging your home. A fresh coat of paint can make it feel bigger, brighter and more welcoming.

Let Natural and Artificial Light into your Area
Ensure your clothes are sorted, cleaned and folded before potential buyers tour your home. Let natural light into your laundry room.

Transform your Unused Attic into a Bedroom or Office
Your attic could yield you a higher return on investment. Transform your unused attic into a bedroom after a professional's inspection.

Invest in High Quality Insulation in your Attic
Ensure your attic has ample stair access and doesn't disrupt the flow of the attic space. To keep out weather changes invest in quality insulation.

Choose a Neutral Color Scheme when Decorating
Bring more natural light into your home with attic windows. Attic conversions can add square footage and can look appealing with a neutral color scheme

Determine if your Growing Family is in Need of More Space
A Larger home could be a solution to your growing family need, or could be a waste of money.

Have your Needs Changed as a Family?
More space for a larger family and more amenities like a pool could be a good or a bad reason to upsize to a larger home.

Would More Bathrooms Help your Family Lifestyle?
Upsizing your home could make your home life easier. Does your family need more bathrooms to accommodate your growing needs?

Find out if Foreclosure Homes are in the Neighborhood
Research the neighborhood before buying a home. Natural disaster prone areas as well as foreclosures can make a difference when buying.

You Love the Kitchen but What is the Value of the Home?
Before you fall in love with a home you found, ensure you ask these questions before signing on the dotted line.

Find out More About the Home's History from the Sellers
Ask important questions to home seller's and yourself before putting in an offer. Asking seller's why they are moving is important.

Your Home's Curb Appeal is Essential
Create curb appeal that catch buyers' attention before they come into your staged home.

Fix Up All Your Home 'To-Do' List Projects
Before you put your home up for sale ensure all of your 'to-do' list projects complete. Homebuyers will love a well maintained home.

Buyers Want Homes that are "Move-In' Ready
Your move in ready home will help buyers pictures themselves in your home, right away.

Buyers are Looking for an Eco-Friendly Homes
Eco-friendly upgrades can help buyers save the Earth which saving money when buying your home.

Cork & Bamboo Flooring are Green Options for Buyers
Choose eco-friendly flooring and building materials to attract

Eco-Friendly Paints & Energy Efficient Fixtures are Ideal
When renovating your home consider energy efficient appliances, recycled materials and more to attract eco-conscious buyers.

Declutter your Bathroom When Staging
Keep your bathroom understated yet sophisticated. Declutter your bathroom for it to appear larger and inviting.

Add Visual Interest with Shine and Textures
Use light colored plumbing fixture in your bathroom. Add visual interest with shine and textures throughout the bathroom.

Use a Natural Color Palette to Add Spaciousness
Enlarge the look of your small bathroom with mirrors. Use a natural color palette to add spaciousness to your small bathroom.

Ensure your Outdoor Home Entices Buyers to See More
A neglected exterior will turn away buyers immediately. Ensure your outdoor home entices buyers to want to see more of your home.

Ensure your Exterior Paint Job Looks Fresh
An overly cluttered driveway can be an immediate turnoff to buyers. Ensure the exterior paint job of your home looks fresh and not old and peeling.

Use Exterior Colors that Blend with Neighboring Homes
Remove all yard clutter that is distracting to buyers. Use exterior colors that blend with neighboring homes

Granite Countertops unite Beauty & a High ROI
Granite countertops return the highest return on investment out of all countertop surfaces.

Quartz Countertops are Desired by Buyers Too
Consider Quartz countertops if you're looking for a non-porous countertop material. Buyers love the versatility and sellers like the ROI.

Save Money with Tile or Laminate Countertops
Tile and laminate countertops are the most cost effective for home sellers. Consider these materials when a tight budget is essential.

A Captivating Front Entry
Welcome Buyers with a Gorgeous Front Entry. A fresh doormat, new door hardware, and essential for buyers.

Look to your Outdoor Home for Instant Appeal
Curb appeal can get potential buyers inside your home this spring season.

Declutter & Remove Personal Items this Spring
Spring clean and neutralize your home before showing it to potential buyers. Ensure your personal items are removed from sight.

Add Paint, Wallpaper or Crown Molding to your Kitchen
Your kitchen walls are the easiest to change and upgrade with paint, wallpaper or crown molding.

Decide on What Additions or Removals are Needed
Decide which additions and removals would create a nicer kitchen. Cabinetry, countertops, and other kitchen details could appeal to more buyers.

Ambient, Task and Decorative Lighting Add Versatility
Kitchen lighting can bring out the character in your room. Use ambient, task and decorative lighting to add versatility.

Use Portable Organization in Bathrooms for Easy Cleanup
Declutter Bedroom Closets for Helpful Storage. Use Portable Organization in Bathrooms for Easy Cleanup.

Pack Away Belonging you Don't Need
Your staged home should still be welcoming to visitors while you live in it. Pack away belongings you don't need now.

Keep your Kitchen Show-Ready with these Tips
When showing your home while staging keep kitchen household items behind closed storage. Keep kitchen counters clear of clutter.

Clear Out Clutter from your Outdoor Home
Stage your backyard for buyer appeal by decluttering and removing lawn ornaments, tools and kids' toys.

Define your Backyard Area with Plant Beds & Landscaping
Define your backyard with landscaping plant beds to add color, textures and focal points for buyers' eyes.

Consider Adding a Covered Patio for Buyer Appeal
Choose exterior features that will add value such as a patio/deck, landscaping and architectural features.

Buyers Want to Ensure the Home Will Be Comfortable
Is your Insulation Protecting your Home Investment? Install new installation if necessary. Buyers Want to Ensure the Home Will Be Comfortable

Have a Home Inspection for your Older Home
Lead Paint & Outdated Electrical Systems Should be Considered. Have a home inspection before putting your home on the market.

Pests and Asbestos tend to Plague Older Homes
Pests and Asbestos tend to Plague Older Homes. Look to these important tips while staging your older home.

Choose the Best Types of Light for your Room's Function
Lighting can Hide Flaws and Accentuate Features. Choose the Best Types of Light for the Room's Function

Bring in More Light to Create a Welcoming Room
Add Versatility to your Lighting with Dimmer Switches. Bring in More Light to Create a Welcoming Room.

Bring in Multiple Sources of Light for a Gorgeous Home
Vary your Lighting Types and Fixtures for a Layered Room. Bring in Multiple Sources of Light for a Gorgeous Home

Arrange Furniture to Make your Dining Room Look Larger
Create a Dining Room that Draws Buyers' Eyes. Arrange Furniture to Make your Dining Room Look Larger.

Make your Dining Room Memorable with a Focal Point
Make your Dining Room Memorable with a Focal Point

Use Paint & Colorful Stains to your Dining Room
Bring Color and Texture to your Dining Room. Use Paint & Colorful Stains to your Dining Room

Are your Kitchen & Bathroom Plumbing Pipes Safe?
Kitchen & Bathroom Plumbing Pipes Should be Protected. Clean gutter and downspouts throughout the cold season.

Inspect your Fireplace and Chimney to Prevent a Fire
Inspect your Fireplace and Chimney to Prevent a Fire. Check your lawn sprinklers and add caulk to windows and door frames to seal out air.

Maintaining your Heating System is Essential this Winter
Maintaining your Heating System is Essential this Winter. Have your system inspected for early signs of outages to prevent future problems.

Create a Fresh Bathroom that Buyers will Love
Keep daily bathroom items organized. Create a fresh bathroom experience for buyer appeal.

Remove Clutter for a Larger Feeling Bathroom
Depersonalize your bathroom for buyer appeal. Remove clutter for a larger feeling bathroom.

Organize your Bathroom for Buyers to See all the Amenities
Thoroughly clean your bathroom for a welcoming room. Organize your bathroom for buyers to see all the amenities.

Property Disclosures: What Are They and Who Needs Them?
Property disclosures can be a complicated and misunderstood aspect when selling a home. Learn what they are and if you need one.

Buyers Love to See an Organized Home Office
Buyers love to see an organized home office. Remove personal items when trying to appeal to buyers.

Rearrange Office Furniture for a Decluttered Appeal
Clean out shelving and declutter your home office before buyers arrive. Rearrange office furniture for a decluttered appeal.

Buyers Want to See your Ideal Home Office
Organize your home office by removing electronic & cable clutter for the ideal home office.

Keep your Family Lifestyle in Mind when Moving
Keep your family lifestyle in mind when moving to a new neighborhood.

Compare Traffic & Transportation Patterns
Compare Traffic & Transportation Patterns

Visit Neighborhoods in Varying Times of Day
Visit Neighborhoods in Varying Times of Day

Create a Focal Point in your Room for Buyers to See
Remove Over-Sized Furniture in All of your Rooms. Large furniture pieces consume too much space visually and physically.

Natural Light will Make your Home Feel & Look Larger
Bring in natural light to add visual space to your room. Create a home that feels expansive with different lighting sources.

Over-Sized & Unused Furniture Should be Removed
Over-sized & unused furniture should be removed and replaced with lighter colored and lighter weighted pieces.

Fresh & Neutral Colors can Make your Home Feel Larger
Use neutral colors to make your home feel larger and more inviting to potential homebuyers.

Use Pops of Color to Create a Focal Point in your Room
Fresh colors in the form of crisp neutrals or organic colors will feel welcoming to homebuyers.

Choose Colors that Compliment your Home & Design Style
Choose colors that compliment your home and design style.

Your Attic could be Hiding Valuable Square Footage
Your Attic could be Hiding Valuable Square Footage. Examine your attic space to find hidden area for buyer appeal.

Convert your Storage Attic into a Bedroom or Office
Convert your Storage Attic into a Bedroom or Office. Choose lighting that adds illumination and ambiance to your dark attic.

Soundproof & Insulate your Attic for a Comfortable Room
Soundproof & Insulate your Attic for a Comfortable Room

Sort Out the Old and Keep Clutter Away
Sort Out the Old and Keep Clutter Away. Helpful tips to get your home organized this season.

Creative Storage Units & Containers Helps Store Items
Creative Storage Units & Containers Helps Store Items. Form a routine in your home to keep clutter away all year around.

Reduce Home Clutter with Easy Organization Tips
Transform your interiors with an organized home. Whether you're selling your home or just need a more organized living environment.

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Create a Holiday Outdoor Home Buyers want to Experience
Keep outdoor decorations simple for holiday curb appeal. Buyers will love to see inside if your festive holiday home is inviting.

Keep Family Heirlooms Away to Attract Potential Buyers
Use neutral holiday decorations and a refined color palette to appeal to buyers.

Staging Tips for Tasteful Holiday Decor Ideas
This holiday season spread holiday cheer while your home is up for sale with tasteful decorations.

Winning over Buyers with a Staged Kids' Room could Help
Appeal to families with a staged kids' or playroom. You will be surprised how children have a big impact on the selection process.

Natural Decorations will Bring a Welcoming Appeal
Stage your major rooms such as kitchen, dining room and bedrooms with natural decorations for buyer appeal.

Use Color & Texture when Staging your Vacant Home
Stage your vacant home with these simple ideas. Adding color and key pieces of furniture will bring life to your empty home.

Homemade Cleaners That Work: Eliminate Chemicals & Save
Many of us are looking for ways to live in a more eco-friendly way. While there are many cleaners on the market that are much safer for the environment than older ones, there are ways to make you own using ingredients most people have at home. Here are just a few examples.

Neutralize your Interiors for Buyer Appeal
Each room in your home should be cleaned and neutralized for buyers to picture themselves in your home.

Neutral Colors will Open your Interiors
Homebuyers need to see themselves in your home. Remove personal items and use neutral colors for maximum buyer appeal.

Highlight the Best Parts of your Home
Accentuate the best areas of your home. Whether it is beautiful floors or gorgeous tile, highlight them when staging your home.

Staging Your Home's Entry
Your home's entry is one of the first spaces buyers see. Make sure you leave them with a positive first impression.

How to Host a Successful Garage Sale
After you've de-cluttered and organized your home, and it's all ready for listing on the market, why not take all that clutter and make some money to by items for your new home by hosting a garage sale?

Packing While De-Cluttering and Neutralizing: Tips on Packing Easily and Efficiently
One of the benefits of staging is that you get a head start on packing. These tips will keep you organized and help lower your stress level.

Home Stager Certification and Licensing
Staging is a growing profession and as of yet, there are no requirements for becoming a stager or calling yourself a stager. But remember, regardless of whether a professional needs certification, we should always interview them and do thorough research on any professional who are thinking of hiring.

Has Your Kitchen Backsplash Seen Better Days Or Is It Lacking One Altogether? Check Out These Budget Backsplash Ideas
Kitchens sell homes, so you want to make sure that yours is one buyers will love. A backsplash can be a major feature in a kitchen. You want something that works with the style of your kitchen, is durable, and will appeal to a wide range of buyers. But you also want an affordable option when you are replacing a backsplash for staging purposes.

What Do You Do When You Need to Replace Floors When Selling?Choose Products That Look Good and Won’t Blow the Budget
When staging a home, you may come across floors that need to be replaced. While you want to install something that looks good, you also don't want to spend a fortune since you will be leaving, so how do you choose? Learn the best options here.

Spring Decorating Trends: Refresh to Impress
Spring Decorating Trends: Refresh to Impress

Common Buyer Complaints and Concerns: How Can Staging Address Them?
Over the years, the same questions, complaints, and concerns are brought up by buyers. You can help to avoid many of these by addressing them with staging before the home hits the market.

All Staging is Good Staging -- Or is it?Staging Techniques that Sound Helpful But Really Aren’t
Unfortunately, not all staging is good staging. Sometimes we do things with the best of intentions, thinking it will help, but it in fact does more harm than good. Here are just a few staging ideas that sound good, but really aren't helpful and can hurt your chances for a sale.

Real Estate Terminology Demystified
Real estate terms can be confusing, and reading technical definitions can lead to more questions than answers. Here, real estate terms and concepts are explained in simple language.

Frequent Staging Questions: These Are the Questions and Concerns Stagers Hear Most Frequently
Home staging is an emerging field in real estate and has grown so much over the past several years, but it has not grown at the same rate or been accepted as much in some places. Therefore, many questions are continually asked as staging becomes prominent in certain locations across the country.

What Happens When You Need to Hire a New Agent?Take These Steps to Find a New Real Estate Agent
It doesn't matter how well you stage your home if you have an agent that is not getting the home in front of buyers. If you have reached the point when it's time to switch agents, here you'll find some helpful information, resources, and tips to make sure you don't have the same problem again.

Are You a Staging Expert?
Staging is the first step when getting ready to sell your home. How much do you already know?

Questions to Ask a New Realtor:What Should You Ask if You Need to Hire a New Agent?
It is so important to thoroughly interview several agents before you hire one to serve as your listing agent. If becomes even more important if you have decided to terminate one relationship and start a new one. Don't be afraid to ask questions -- and lots of them. Here are some you might want to ask. Choose those that match your situation.

Furniture Rental
Furniture can be a great solution for people who are selling vacant homes, apartment, or even seller who have already moved and still need to sell their now vacant house.

Plants Add Energy and Life to a Space:Here Are Some Ideas for Incorporating Plants When Staging
I think all homes can benefit from some greenery, whether in the form of plants or flowers. When selling a home, it's often easier to use plants, as they last longer than a cut flower arrangement. Here are just some of the many ways you can incorporate plants into your staging plan.

How Do I Make Sure I Hire a Qualified Home Stager?
When you are thinking about hiring a stager, it is crtical to make sure you are hiring one that is qualified, ethical, has the expectations you have, and has a personality that is compatible with you and your family.

Choosing Plants When Staging:Here Are Some Great Choices for Plants to Use When Staging
Plants are one of my favorite home accents, whether decorating or staging. Not only do they add life and energy to a space, some even help purify the air. They bring a bit of the outdoors inside. They are perfect to use for staging because it's hard to find someone who doesn't at least appreciate looking at plants. Here are just a few of my top picks for household plants.

Choosing Plants When Staging:Here Are Some Great Choices for Plants to Use When Staging
Plants are one of my favorite home accents, whether decorating or staging. Not only do they add life and energy to a space, some even help purify the air. They bring a bit of the outdoors inside. They are perfect to use for staging because it's hard to find someone who doesn't at least appreciate looking at plants. Here are just a few of my top picks for household plants.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Updating Kitchen Cabinets in an Inexpensive Staging Project That Yields Maximum Results
Kitchens and baths sell homes. If you can’t afford a complete kitchen upgrade, updating cabinets will give your kitchen an updated look without the cost or work of a complete renovation.

Spotlight on a Staging Professional:Learn About Stager, Designer, and Author Sabrina Soto
I didn't have enough room to list in the title all the accomplishments of Sabrina Soto. She is a talented professional in all areas related to the home. She is a home stager, designer, decorator, author, and more. Learn all about her here.

What is Home Staging? 7 Simple Steps to Staging Success
Get your home sold for the best price and in the least amount of time by staging your home before listing it. Learn how you can do it using seven simple steps.

Downplay Your Home's Imperfections: Turn Negative Aspects of a Home Into Positive Features
All our homes come with features and aspects we love and those we'd rather change. Sometimes changes are possible, but sometimes they are impossible, extremely difficult, or possible with some hard work. Here's how to handle each type of feature.

Pricing Your Home:Why is Price an Important Part of Staging a Home?
Many people don't realize just home important pricing is when selling a home, or that it is a part of staging. Staging is presenting a home in it's best possible light to sellers. An overpriced home is not being presented in the best possible way. Unfortunately, many overpriced homes are great homes that don't get seen.

How to Decide When it’s Best to Terminate Your Listing Agent:Questions to Ask to Help You Determine Whether or Not You Should Stay or Move On
Sometimes you reach a point in your relationship with your real estate agent where either you don't get along anymore, you feel like the agent is not doing his/her job because your home is still on the market, or feel the agent is not doing things you agreed to when you listed with him/her. How do you know if it's really time to fire the agent and hire someone new?

Home Staging Mistakes You Might Be Making
Home Staging Mistakes You Might Be Making: How to right the wrongs when staging your home.

Make Home Staging Easier With These Tools
Use these inexpensive, easy-to-find tools to make home staging quicker and easier.

Home Staging Hits: Increase Your Chance of Home Sale Success
Home staging is all about appealing to as many buyers as possible. These quick tips will help you do just that.

Green Staging: Stage Your Home Using Eco-Friendly Products and Processes
More and more people are trying to be more friendly to the earth, so staging your home in an eco-friendly way, or using as many green products or processes as possible, will usually be seen as a positive to buyers.

Staging When You Own Pets: How to Keep Pets and Buyers Comfortable
Selling a home can be stressful for everyone involved -- and that includes pets. While the topic is a big debate among all types of professionals in the real estate market, I believe it's possible to keep pets living in the home while it's on the market.

What is a Focal Point?Learn How to Identify or Create Focal Points for the Rooms in Your Home
Focal points are an important component of decorating and staging. They make a room feel comfortable and balanced. Learn how to identify focal points in the major rooms in your home, as well as how to either create a focal point or modify an existing one.