Staging Do's & Don'ts

Top Staging Don'ts

Preparing a home for the market entails many things. Don't get overwhelmed by the details, and begin by fixing these 7 avoidable staging blunders.

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If your house is going on the market, seriously consider every surface in your home, especially walls and floors. Think neutral. This bedroom is the opposite of neutral. When potential buyers view your home, you don't want them considering how much time and money it will take to paint over a blindingly yellow room or to replace red shag carpet.

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