Staging to Sell: Transforming Small and Large Properties To Sell in Today’s Market

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  1. Kathy Fuhriman

    Why didn’t you freshen up the fireplace in #2. It looks like smoke has left black soot on the masonry and in order to make this a focal point in the room should have been cleaned and/or repainted.

  2. While we didn’t want to paint the beautiful stone masonry we agree and advise our clients of any additional ‘cleaning’ to really make the home shine. Often times, they may choose to take care of some of those elements themselves, while we handle some of the larger updates and final staging / styling. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and feel free to see more of our Before & After Transformations at

  3. Interesting read, love the before and after shots. Some fantastic transformations there.

  4. I have to agree with the author about staging…it really works at all price points.

  5. I like your before and after shots, it really captures the importance of staging and professional photography. Having an agent that will take the extra steps to bring in a stager, and use professional photos is very important when selling your home

  6. Esmeralda G.

    Those cabinets in that last after image look terrible. What kind of finish is that? The bedding in the second after image looks cheap – not at all plush or comfortable. I agree that staging is important, but these images leave little to be desired.