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Entries Tagged as 'Refrigerator Magnets'
January 15th, 2015 · 3 Comments
December 9th, 2014 · 1 Comment
Refrigerator magnets do not attract buyers.
Please clear off the refrigerator before selling.
It will make the kitchen seem less cluttered.
Refrigerator magnets are unnecessary visual distractions.
September 23rd, 2014 · 3 Comments
Maybe these Phoenix sellers have the right idea. Remove the kitchen cabinet doors so you can see what you have! Brilliant.
July 18th, 2014 · 5 Comments
Please let us tidy up this Mesa, Arizona home. We’d only need ten minutes and some empty boxes. You can time us. 1, 2, 3, go! Remove the prescription bottle. Remove everything on the kitchen counters. Remove everything off the front, side, and top of the refrigerator. And then remove all of the family photos in the next room. Done! Total cost: $0. Benefit to the seller: more buyers interested in seeing the home and higher offers.
July 7th, 2014 · 4 Comments
Too much stuff on the refrigerator. It’s visually distracting. We’ll deal with the cow collection later.
Sensory overload in this kitchen.
November 12th, 2013 · 3 Comments
Oh, good grief. Christmas was on full display back in October and earlier in this Peoria, Arizona home. All I want for Christmas are home stagers!
This is a coyote-themed room. Please notice the Wile E. Coyote doll holding a beer can and an American flag. Awesome.
Since the refrigerator doors were completely covered with stuff, the seller had to start taping things to the cabinet doors.
Paddington Bear says, “I’m suffocating from the clutter.”
Paddington, we know what you mean! We’ll be right over with boxes.
Buyers will have butterflies in their stomachs.
November 6th, 2013 · 3 Comments
Hoarding: Buried Alive TV show on TLC started its new season last Wednesday. A new episode is shown tonight (it features a very dirty kitchen and a home with a rat infestation).
This Phoenix home isn’t quite at that level, but sure to scare most buyers.
They have plenty of toilet paper in the bathroom.
The home office looks well organized.
Oh, look! Another home office!
This bedroom looks inviting. Inviting people to touch the exposed electric wiring.
Lots going on in the kitchen.
By the way, they are selling it as a short sale. I hope the bank recognizes the effort they put into getting the house ready to sell.
The back patio is a great place to entertain.
The back yard is in-tents (intense).
Tags: Staging · Kitchen · Bedroom · Clutter · Patio · Phoenix Homes · Office/Den · Dining Room · Wallpaper · Knives · Back Yard · Wood Paneling · Garbage and/or Junk · Refrigerator Magnets · Fixer-Upper · Drywall Damage
October 22nd, 2013 · 7 Comments
Refrigerator magnets. Clutter on the counter and in the sink. Oven hot pads all in a row.
October 6th, 2013 · 6 Comments
Let’s help this Lawrence, Kansas seller with staging her home. So many visual distractions.
In the kitchen, let’s remove everything on top of the cabinets, everything on the counter tops, and everything on the island. Then the refrigerator magnets and the spice rack attached to the refrigerator. And then the rooster thingy to the left of the refrigerator. And then the two plants. Plus garbage can.
Let’s concentrate on the left half of this photo. Let’s remove everything next to the kitchen island. And the garbage bags. And the towel on the oven.
Looking at the middle of the photo, let’s remove the cat, the red blanket, the magazine rack, the hand lotion, and all the stuff on the back wall.
Then let’s remove the stuffed animal in the apple bucket, the rugs, the wicker trunk and wicker pouf that serve no purpose in the middle of the room, and everything hanging on the walls. And the umbrellas too. Who needs 6 umbrellas?
For those who are obsessive-compulsive, let’s even up the bedspread. And then remove the rugs, the bucket, the Maxine doll, the shoes, the boots, the vacuum, etc.
Total cost to stage this home: $0.
October 4th, 2013 · 3 Comments
By including a photo of her Wizard of Oz magnet collection, the seller thought buyers would think she’s cool.