By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine
‘Tis the season to decorate. I was overwhelmed at the response from Styled, Staged & Sold readers who submitted ideas for tasteful holiday staging when trying to sell a home.
You can read all of the great holiday decorating tips from your peers at REALTOR® Magazine online — Add Some Holiday Charm to Your Listings.
One important item that wasn’t touched on in the article is how much religious decor should (or should not) be displayed in your holiday decorations. What do you think? Do you think it’s OK to have mini holiday displays of your sellers’ faith out when trying to sell a home? Do you really need to tell your seller that their Hanukkah menorah or nativity scene needs to be put away?
Plus, will such displays really offend a buyer — aren’t they there to view a house, after all, not evaluate the decorations?
Chime in with your thoughts and take our poll below.
Do you think it’s OK to display religious decor during the holidays when trying to sell a home?survey software