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Staging your home for a timely sell doesn't have to be complicated or stressful, but it will take some elbow grease and time.

First, ask your Tina Fountain Realtors real estate agent for suggestions about accentuating your home's positive points. In addition to knowing the overall impression your home needs to make, your real estate agent is in a unique position to know what local home features are in highest demand and what regional tastes prevail.

Next, go through each room of your house, clearing out clutter and removing personal items. Clean your house thoroughly, including carpets, furniture and window coverings.

If you've re-purposed some of the rooms in your house, such as using a formal dining room as an office or bedroom, return the room to

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A few simple changes to your Atlanta home might just make the difference in how quickly you sell it for the price you're asking. Some of the most basic tips include removing distractions and creating harmony and balance.

When a person enters a room for the first time, he or she may either gain a pleasing sense of balance and order, or may feel something is askew. They probably won't dwell on it, and the reason they're put off may not be easy to put a finger on. In my many years as a top selling real estate agent in Atlanta I've actually seen buyers have a hard time looking beyond the distractions. As a seller it's in your best interest to do an inventory of your home with the following tips to ensure each room is well received.

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Home staging is an important step in the successful sale of your home. Sprucing up your house inside and out can pay off big dividends in your final sale price. The art of home staging is often best left to Atlanta real estate professionals, but there are a number of steps you can take to get your house market-ready as well. We have four steps to home staging to help you attract buyers and a higher price tag.atlanta luxury kitchen

First Impressions Count
Potential buyers form an opinion of your home within 30 seconds, which means curb appeal counts. Lawns should be freshly mowed, flowers tended and walkways swept. Clean your front door and touch up paint if necessary. Invest in a hanging basket or flower pot by your entrance to provide a welcoming touch.

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