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  on Jun 04, 2013

Home Staging Tips for Summer, Fall. Winter, and Spring

Home Staging Tips for Summer, Fall. Winter, and Spring

Home Staging Tips

Tips on how to home stage your home based on the season.

Home Staging in Summer

• Water your lawn. A green lawn means more green for you in your pocket.
• Trim your landscape to increase curb appeal and give you more green.
• Watch your bush height. Do not let bushes the features of your home.

Home Staging in Fall

• Light a fire to set the scene of mood lighting around a cozy fire.
• Rake up your leaves and keep the outdoor greenery looking fresh and kept.

Home Staging in Winter

• Keep a clear path to your doorway and driveway. Shovel and de-ice all pathways and porches for easy viewing and navigating around.
• Do not go overboard with holiday decorations.

Home Staging in Spring

• Repair sidewalk cracks and fix any damage incurred from the winter before.
• Add some vibrant colors with plants and blossoming trees and flowers.


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