There are seven simple steps you need follow in order to get your house ready to sell ... plan your activities, pack most of your stuff, fix things that need to be repaired, paint neutral colors, clean everything, stage the house to highlight it's features and sell the house at a realistic price.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) March 4, 2008
During the current US housing crash, design and marketing firm, DesignStyleTaste.com advise Sellers to properly prepare, or stage, their house to maximize its value when prices are plummeting and get a competitive advantage in skyrocketing resale inventories.
DesignStyleTaste.com encourages Sellers to stage their own house. Their Do-It-Yourself Home Staging Kit reveals professional 'what to do' and 'how to do it' staging secrets. The cost of their Do-It-Yourself Home Staging Kit has been reduced to $6.99 from $34.95 till March 31, 2008.
A staged house emphasizes the architecture features, reveals the size of the rooms, shows the house is in good repair and is in move-in condition. A staged house is more appealing than houses shown in 'as in' condition. By staging it themselves, Home Sellers save professional designer and stager expenses and learn how to achieve a clutter-free, calming environment for their new house.
According to Marty MacPhail of DesignStyleTaste, "There are seven simple steps you need follow in order to get your house ready to sell ... plan your activities, pack most of your stuff, fix things that need to be repaired, paint neutral colors, clean everything, stage the house to highlight it's features and sell the house at a realistic price."
"Not selling fast means added emotional and financial stress to an already stressful situation. But it doesn't have to be this way ... you can take control! You can stage your own house if you know what the right things are to do. And applying the secrets of home staging can help you sell faster and possibly avoid foreclosure," comments Bonnie Dell of DesignStyleTaste.
The Home Staging Kit can be purchased at http://www.DesignStyleTaste.com. The Kit is made up of four booklets: Booklet #1 BASICS explains the concepts and benefits of staging; Booklet #2 BEFORE & AFTER PHOTOS illustrates how staging techniques are applied in real-life situations; Booklet #3: TIPS & TECHNIQUES provides hundreds of practical, easy to implement ideas; Booklet #4: CHECKLISTS helps manage the staging project.
The Do-It-Yourself Home Staging Kit was written by Marty MacPhail and Bonnie Dell. Their design and marketing company, DesignStyleTaste.com is an extension of Millennium Dimensions Inc, which was established in 1987.
For additional information on Home Staging and the Do-It-Yourself Home Staging Kit, contact Marty MacPhail or visit http://www.DesignStyleTaste.com.