First Impressions DO Matter!

First Impressions DO Matter!

When you scroll through the myriad of real estate websites, there are always properties that really catch your eye. It could be the velvety green sofa or the mid-century modern teak dining room table or funky art on the wall.

It most certainly is NOT the close up of the toilet seat up or the pile of dishes next to the kitchen sink! Yes, first impressions are critical, and for real estate websites selling your home, all photographs posted online are first impressions.

That is why, before the photograher comes to your home, decluttering and staging are crucial, unless it already looks like a page from Candian House and Home magazine!

Fortunately for me, I am lucky to have a very gifted sister, Carrie McCarthy, from Carrie McCarthy Studios, who helps me with the decluttering (mostly me lifting heavy boxes!) and the exquisite staging done by her. 

We do things a little differently - we stage with the items you already have in your home, by rearranging furniture, rehanging art, changing up the books and keepsakes in your book shelves and more. All to create a peaceful elegant interior to help Buyers fall in love with your home. 

Go to my listings to see our most recent effort at 1948 Sasamat Place. The service is complimentary.


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