Rob and Irene Froelich love their cozy starter home, but with the addition of baby Jordan, they've outgrown the space. Host Sabrina Soto uses her staging expertise to make their tiny and cluttered home feel big and open, while real estate expert Paula Zarkowski comes up with a plan to market the home to buyers in the neighborhood.
Sue Butler's current house is too big and too costly for her, so she's selling in order to downsize. Home staging expert Sabrina Soto taked Sue's decor from dated and drab to dazzling and fab, and Martin Richardson researches the competition to make sure her asking price is set just right.
Kate and Rich Sheehey spend more money on child care than they do on their mortgage. If they can sell their Arlington, Virginia townhome and move closer to Kate's mother, they'll be able to cut costs dramatically. Host Sabrina Soto plans to remove the kid clutter and too taste-specific decor to turn their home into a place that young and stylish buyers will love.
Now that Greg and Janet Nietos' two children have graduated from college, they're ready to leave their empty nest. But before they start traveling the world, they need staging expert Sabrina Soto to transform their home's bland interior into a home that potential buyers will remember.
Sean Wieland and Chris Rybicki have put a lot of work into their Washington, D.C. rowhouse, but they've decided they want more space. They recently put their home on the market and have already bought a new home. After two months and no offers, they now face the daunting financial reality of two mortgages. Enter staging expert Sabrina Soto who clears out the clutter and personalized decor and creates an urban oasis that potential buyers can picture themselves in.
James Benton and Ann Abercrombie are attempting to sell their urban rowhouse for the second time, but the market has changed since their first try. In addition, they've managed to cram their home with even more clutter in that time. It's up to home staging expert Sabrina Soto to help make their home feel larger and more inviting to potential buyers, and realtor Kathy Fong will provide an aggressive pricing strategy.
When Ruth Brown's husband passed away, she bought a new place and put her former home on the market. After a year without a single offer, she's facing the daunting task of paying two mortgages and dipping into her retirement savings. Deciding to take a new approach, Ruth's daughter Karen and her husband Bryan enlist the help of staging expert Sabrina Soto who plans to take Ruth's dated decor into the 21st century, just in time for a new open house.
When Sandy Johnson bought her first home 23 years ago, she didn't except to stay as long as she has. Desperate for more space, she has her suburban townhouse on the market, hoping for a quick sale. However, after four months and very little buyer interest, she's ready to take a new approach. Enter staging expert Sabrina Soto with a plan to give Sandy's overly personal and dated decor a shot of style and sophistication, and realtor Brian Gessner lends his pricing expertise.
In the past two years, Miriam and Chris Winkler have had a new baby and started a new business. With start-up costs taking up much of their income, they decided to put their townhouse up for sale. However, after three months and no offers, the Winklers are convinced they need some help and enlist staging expert Sabrina Soto to add a shot of style and sophistication to their dated and drab decor.
Sid and Debbie Perkins have traveled all over the world, but after living in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. for more than 10 years, they're opting for a more laid-back lifestyle in a Tennessee farmhouse. However, after six months on the market and little buyer interest, the Perkins are ready to take a new approach to selling their house. They've enlisted the help of staging expert Sabrina Soto to add shots of style and sophistication to their home and to get buyers interested at the next open house.
Al and Denise Green have found their dream home in sunny Florida, but until they sell their current suburban home, they're not going anywhere. Willing to do whatever it takes for a quick sale, they enlist the help of staging expert Sabrina Soto who plans to add a shot of contemporary style to the Greens' floral and dated decor before a new open house.
Jody Simon's daily commute has become too much to handle, so she's trying again to sell her three bedroom urban townhouse. Staging expert Sabrina Soto helps Jody turn her home into a chic urban oasis that buyers will love and a realtor provides advice on the right price before a new open house.
Margaeux and Steve Clark are finally ready to move out of Margaeux's childhood home. To help them land a quick sale, home staging expert Sabrina Soto has a plan to remove their dated decor and showcase this great space to buyers.
Season 4 Starts Jan. 20!