Los Angeles Home Staging Company Launches New Information Packed Web Site

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Los Angeles home staging and interior design company, Moving Mountains Design, announces the launch of their new Los Angeles Home Staging Information web site. The site offers home staging, redesign and interior design tips and information for Los Angeles home owners, home sellers and real estate agents.

Los Angeles home staging and interior design company, Moving Mountains Design, announces the launch of their new Los Angeles Home Staging Information web site http://www.MovingMountainsDesign.com.

The web site offers Los Angeles home owners, home sellers and real estate agents home staging information and tips on preparing a home for sale, as well as information on how to choose the best home stager. In addition to home staging information and their extensive portfolio of professional photographs, the web site offers a frequently updated home staging blog with curb appeal and gardening tips, interior design information and tips, redesign tips and home furnishing sales and bargains. The blog is divided into additional categories such as vacant home staging, occupied home staging, Los Angeles home staging, Pasadena home staging, Arcadia home staging, Long Beach home staging and Arcadia home staging.

"Home staging is not just about decluttering and cleaning, although that is an important part in home sale preparation," says Michelle Minch, owner and principal designer of Moving Mountains Design. "When you put your home on the market, you are entering it in a beauty contest. The best looking homes in the best condition sell faster and for a higher price. If you don't prepare your home properly for sale, if you don't market it properly, then you are helping to sell the house down the street."

Minch is an award winning remodeler, home stager and interior designer. In addition, Minch is the Regional Vice President (California, Hawaii and Nevada) for the Real Estate Staging Association and is the Ethics Chairperson. Michelle Minch and Moving Mountains Design have been featured in the Los Angeles Times Sunday Real Estate section, The Los Angeles Times Pardon Our Dust blog, The Chicago Tribune, South China Morning Tribune (largest English language newspaper in Hong Kong), Green Builder and Sunset Magazine, among other national and international publications.

With a unique perspective of over 25 years of home staging, interior design and production design for commercials, television and feature films, Minch knows exactly what it takes to get a listing into show home condition. Staging homes in all price ranges, from one bedroom condos to multi-million dollar luxury estates, the stagers at Moving Mountains Design, can take the dingiest, most cluttered home and turn it into a desirable residence that motivates buyers to make offers. The Moving Mountains Design stagers do their job so well, that home buyers often ask if they can buy the staged home fully furnished, as it is staged. "Of course, we are happy to comply. We'll do what ever we're able to help our clients sell their home. A happy buyer with a beautifully furnished and accessorized new home is the icing on the cake!" says Minch.

Once a home is staged, Minch photographs the home and presents the homeowner and listing agent with professional quality photographs for use on the MLS, on the internet and in printed marketing materials. "Over 80% of home buyers are shopping for homes on the internet before contacting a real estate agent," says Minch. "We want to ensure that what those internet shoppers see is the most attractive and true representation possible of the home. MLS listings that don't have attractive photographs, and lots of them, are dismissed with a click of the mouse. Professional quality photography of our staging projects is a free service we provide to our home staging and real estate agent clients."

Moving Mountains Design provides home staging and interior design services in Los Angeles, Pasadena, Arcadia, San Marino, Glendale, Studio City, Sherman Oaks, Encino, and the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys.

To see examples of the Moving Mountains Design portfolio and samples of the photographs they provide, visit the portfolio page of the web site at http://movingmountainsdesign.com/portfolio/.


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