Has your house been on the market for a while, but it seems that there are no potential buyers who are interested? Are you ready to move but cannot find anyone to buy your house? Do you feel stuck and like you made a terrible decision when you purchased your home?
If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, then this audiobook is for you.
50 Things to Know About Home Staging, by Amanda Walton, offers an approach to being able to get people interested in your home so you can sell it quickly.
Most guides on home staging tell you to put things in storage so you can maximize your home's potential. Although there's nothing wrong with that, sometimes you might not be able to afford a storage payment and might already have the storage areas of your home full.
Based on knowledge from the world's leading experts, you can learn how to stage your home so it will sell quickly. You'll discover what to do to your home to make it more presentable and make more buyers interested.
This audiobook will help you get your home sold quickly.
By the time you finish this audiobook, you will know how you are going to stage your house so you can move to where you want to be.
So grab your copy today. You'll be glad you did.
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Not Good Advice!
Not a great read... The 'chapters' are memes. At times, the memes are too specific and the ideas are too costly for home selling. At times, they are too general. Much of the advice is misleading or can be easily misunderstood by readers.
Author needs to learn more adjectives
Authur said "great" WAY too many times. There are so many adjectives that could have been used rather than the repeated over use of the word "great".
Also the advice to remove all storage type vanities in the bathrooms and replace them with pedestal sinks is terrible advice. Pedestal sinks are not functional for real families. That might be good advice for a powder Room but not for a bathroom.
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