Effective Home Staging

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Are You Disregarding the Main Features of Your Home?

Here is a quick test to find out: stand at the entry of any room, as you look into the room, identify the main feature. This will be considered the selling point for your buyer. For example, if your main feature is a fireplace, declutter the mantle and arrange the furniture to incorporate the fireplace. Creating an inviting space which showcases the main feature of each room will prove the value of your home to buyers!

Tip provided by, Betsy Shellman, Coeur d’Alene Home Staging Services

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Autumn is the most beneficial time to fertilize your lawn

Grass roots begin storing the nutrients it will need to get through the winter and come up strong the next year. For best results, fertilize once in early fall and once more about 6 to 8 weeks later, around Thanksgiving. Your lawn will look great in the spring, and will be better able to resist weeds and summer stresses.

Fall can also be your most successful seeding time. In fact, over-seeding with grass seed and fertilizer in the fall can make your lawn up to 49% thicker next spring.

 

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Bookshelves Belong in an Organized Home

 

Bookshelves are for more than just books, and using them to their fullest potential will help your home get and stay organized. They come in all sizes and styles and can be used in almost any room type for the following items.

  • Board games, puzzles, and DVDs
  • Photo albums and favorite pictures
  • Small potted plants or containers with pet items like leashes and toys
  • Catchall containers for items such as vehicle keys or cell phone accessories
  • Baskets with phone books, address books, or pens and notepads
  • Decorative containers with household items such as remotes and flashlight

Even if your home is short on closet and cabinet space you can stay organized by using bookshelves as sturdy,

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