Cooking Up a Quick Home Sale

Home selling and staging pros put their heads together to cook up a quick sale for one owner.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThis spare bedroom is way too bright and cluttered to be appealing to potential home buyers.
Tiesha Cooper's dream of going to culinary school has been on hold for months because she hasn't been able to sell her house. Without the money from the home's sale, she can't afford to move to New York to pursue that dream. With the clock ticking down to the registration deadline for school, she needs some help to take her life off the back burner.

Enter the Get It Sold team. Realtor David Harbour is ready to help Cooper get this house priced to attract potential buyers. Host and staging expert Sabrina Soto sets out to turn this forgettable home into the hottest property on the block, after hearing the recommendations of crack team of real estate agents.

This blindingly bright room doesn't come close to resembling a bedroom with all the random junk scattered about. There's a chair, ironing board, end tables, mosquito netting, and is that a dolly?

When putting a house on the market, it is imperative that the rooms are set up to show a clear purpose for each, says stager Sabrina Soto. Plus, in this case, less is more when it comes to furniture. The room isn't that large, so the fewer pieces that are placed, the larger the space looks.

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