Services for people who are buying, selling, or simply staying put

Get it Sold

The way you live in your home and the way you market your property for sale are two very different things. According to the National Association of Realtors, 90% of buyers are shopping for their new home online. As a seller or realtor you only have a few seconds to make an impression before a buyer clicks on to the next listing. First impressions through photographs are pivotal to ensure a buyer asks their realtor to show them the property.

The purpose of home staging is to market a property to show it at its best, appeal to the largest target audience and sell for the highest price possible.

Living Room Harmony Interiors

staging your home to sellHome staging includes placement of furniture for best flow and use of each room, lightening and brightening, de-cluttering, highlighting the assets and minimizing the less attractive features, selecting appropriate paint colors and depersonalizing. In addition, as the exterior of your home is what makes the first impression home staging includes making recommendations to give your property that curb appeal necessary to draw your buyer in. Outshine your competition by staging your property and get it sold!

Services offered:

  • Walk-through with written report to allow sellers to prepare their property themselves
  • Full hands-on home staging, using Seller’s furniture and accessories
  • Full hands-on home staging with furniture rental for vacant properties

My husband and I had not seen Julie since the 2011 fall day she swooped into our home in Severna Park accompanied by our Realtor. The changes she suggested helped sell our home in ONE day, for more than we were asking, at a difficult time in the market!

Once we were in our new place, we called Julie in to provide us with help at the buyer end as well. She helped us with concepts — how is this corner of this room to be used? Where to add overhead lighting and place furniture? She helped us group pictures. And, like magic, Julie was gone, leaving us in three floors of peaceful rooms that, for people in them and people entering them, at last make sense!”

– Diana L.