STAGING – Home Staging Explained

Home staging is one of the newest and fasted growing marketing tools to improve the odds of selling a home faster and for more money. There are many factors that can influence the sale of a home but growing evidence and anecdotal responses show that highlighting the best architectural features of a home works.


Often people wanting to sell their home have lived there for a very long time and have accumulated a lot of stuff. They cannot see it from the buyers’ eyes. Stagers work with or without the client to prepare the home to be attractive to the greatest number of buyers. This involves editing possessions, rearranging furniture and creating new placement for art and accessories.

Making a good first impression is critical, from improving curb appeal to providing additional “props” to round out the whole effect; often these changes have minimal costs but big rewards.

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About Organize Anything

Colette is a Gold Leaf member of the Professional Organizers in Canada (POC). Through the Canadian Redesign Association (CRDA) she has received the designation of Certified Interior Redesigner. She is also a member of the U.S. professional organizing associations National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) where she has the Golden Circle distinction and is a member of Intsitute of Challenging Disorganization (ICD) where she is the first in Canada to receive her Certified Professional Organizer –CD (Chronic Disorganization) ®, ADD and CD specialist Certificates. Among her many distinctions she has also earned Level I certificates of study in Chronic disorganization (CD), Basic Mental Health Conditions, Learning Styles and Modalities, Basic ADD Issues, Physical Conditions, Client Administration and Understanding the Needs of Elderly.

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