Neutralize Your Decor to Net Offers on Home

A couple gets help neutralizing their home so they can net an offer before baby arrives.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThis living room is a great size, but the awkwardly arranged, flowery furniture is seriously cramping its style. Potential buyers want to see large, open spaces in which they can envision their family and belongings.
Tracy Beckett and Adam Steinberg have been trying to sell their townhouse for nearly five months with sparsely attended open houses and zero offers. With a second mortgage weighing them down and their first child due in a couple of months, they need to sell their townhouse and renovate at their second property before the arrival of their brand new baby boy.

They have begun to neutralize the decor, but know they need some professional help to speed up the process. They enlist host and expert home stager Sabrina Soto and top realtor Monda Webb to find out how to reel in potential buyers. The first order of business is to reduce the price by $10,000 to entice buyers to take a look. Sprucing up the curb appeal to get buyers inside and then keeping them there by updating the various rooms with simple, inexpensive fixes is sure to give this growing family a new chance at a sale.

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