Carving Out a Condo Upgrade

A top team of selling experts sign on to take a small condo from stalled to sold.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe disheveled living room lacks a cohesive style. The paint color is dull, and the dark colors of the furniture combined with poor lighting make the room seem a bit dreary.
Lee Stevens is ready to trade in his small but comfortable condo for a bigger, newer condo across town. But after six months on the market and not even a single offer, he is ready to try anything to get him closer to a sale.

With expert staging advice from host Sabrina Soto and a realistic real estate strategy from top agent Elizabeth Dawson, Stevens' condo is sure to go from stalled to sold. First order of business: installing cabinet doors in the kitchen. A dining area also needs to be established, and the gym should be removed from the living area. Other than that, the place just needs a general decluttering.

There are bikes in the back corner where a dining table should be, and there are cabinets leaning against the wall behind them.