Tips for Making the Living Room Look Fantastic to Buyers

Are you looking to make your living room truly stand out to potential buyers? I understand the importance of creating a space that not only looks fantastic but also allows potential buyers to envision themselves living and relaxing in it. That's why I've compiled these staging tips to help you make the most of your living room:

1. Neutralize the palette. Consider repainting walls in shades of beige, grey, or off-white. These hues will appeal to a broader range of buyers and allow them to visualize their own décor in the space. These colours will also make the room look bigger.

2. Strategic Furniture Placement. Position furniture away from walls, if possible, to create a cozy, conversational setting. Keep pathways clear to ensure easy movement...


6 Things That Sellers Often Do Wrong When Selling Their Home

You went through all this work to put your home on the market. The photos look stunning, and you are confident about the marketing plan. However, as time goes on, you are noticing showing requests are slowing down, and your spirits are in decline.

There are a number of reasons your home may not be selling but let's look at a few things that many sellers get wrong.

1) Not accommodating showing requests

There may be a great episode of your favourite TV show on, but unfortunately, your buyer doesn't care. It seems obvious, but if you don't allow buyers through your home at a time that suits them, your home will most likely will not sell. If you truly want to sell your home then do everything you can to allow every showing request, you never know...


10 things to watch out for when staging your home for sale

Staging your home is a crucial part of selling. Potential buyers want to see a clean, bright house to envision if the house will be right for them.

While staging a home might seem like an easy job there are key factors that come into place when staging.

Some forgotten features might make potential buyers turn their heads to another property.

Below are a few examples of what not to do when staging your home:

  1. Diminishing the house’s personality. Don’t go too far with decluttering your house for staging. Add some throw pillows and plants for a pop of color to grab the buyers’ attention!
  2. Dark windows. Dirty or dark windows can reduce the amount of natural light. Give them a good scrub for optimum lighting.
  3. Unclear purpose for rooms...
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