Who doesn’t love looking at “Before & After” photos, right?
Whether it’s that half-naked fat guy that lost 200 pounds (and now seems really tanned and to have a different haircut…), or that out-of-date living room that was transformed into a modern masterpiece, before and afters are glorious!
Wait….maybe one of the two above aren’t glorious. Vote to follow…
I should have done this interview a long time ago, but alas, here we are, January of 2021, with the Toronto real estate market on fire and staging playing a huge role: seems like the right time to me!
Ideally, I’ll do one interview blog per month in this busy spring market so the voice on Toronto Realty Blog is kept a little fresher than it is when I’m the only one talking! Then again, if you’re tired of my voice, you know there’s always a comments section below for you to create your own topics, and engage in your own banter. But I don’t need to tell you guys that…
Some of the questions that we will be answering:
In a nutshell, what is staging?
What is the difference between staging and decorating?
Why would a person stage a vacant house? Doesn’t the house look bigger when the rooms are empty?
How has the pandemic affected your staging services?
I’m planning to sell in the spring, what can I do now to get ready given the current situation?
Why do stagers always recommend we paint everything WHITE when most new owners are going to re-paint?
What does the staging process look like?
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