5 Easy Staging Tips

Dated: 03/15/2018

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Love this article!  It's short and sweet and makes total sense!  My only comment is when making your home smell pleasant don't over do it.  Whenever I walk in to a house that has an eye burning overwhelming scent, my first thought is..."What are they trying to cover up?"

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Sideways on purpose...kind of looks like a cool wall sconce!

Need a place for your wall sconce??

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Real Estate Agent, Stephanie Sawin, has been in the sales and hospitality industry for 13 years. She has a Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts Management along with her real estate license! What do y....

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