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Staging Your Home Checklist

Staging Your HomeRemove all clutter from the house:
  • Are countertops free and clear?
  • Have you removed unnecessary furniture throughout the house?
  • Remove the art gallery and coupon collection from the refrigerator.
Check the bathrooms:
  • Are the surfaces clean and clear?
  • Are shower curtains and doors hung properly?
  • Is the flooring clean and fresh?
  • Are towels neatly hung?
Check the walls:
  • Is paint and wallpaper fresh and clean?
  • Are the walls free from holes?
  • Are there any colors or objects on the walls that need to be removed?
Check the floors:
  • Is the carpet clean and free from stains?
  • Are hard surface floors clean and free from stains?
Check windows and window coverings:
  • Are all the windows sparkling clean?
  • Are draperies and blinds clean?
Pet check:
  • Are there any signs that this is a pet's home? Be sure to clean and remove kitty litter, pet toys and bedding.
How's the aroma?
  • Try to air out the home prior to showings.
  • If air freshener is necessary, use something subtle and apply it well before showings as a consideration to those with allergies.
Set the mood prior to showings:
  • Open draperies and blinds.
  • Turn on the radio to a classical music station and set the volume on low.
  • If you have time, cook a batch of cookies to have the warm, welcoming aroma permeating the home.

Brian specializes in home staging and knows how to make your home show its best: (928) 308-5086.
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Brian Howell
Brian Howell

Windermere Real Estate
Northern Arizona
914 E Gurley Street
Prescott, AZ 86301
Cell: (928) 308-5086

Timely Tip

Did you know that yellow flowers stimulate buying urges? After a long winter, everybody is anxious to see the first signs of spring. Yellow tulips and daffodils induce feelings of happiness and contentment. To help win over springtime homebuyers, transplant tulips and daffodils or buy flowers in containers; arrange containers in groups of three or five near your home's entrance.