Provider marketplace: Case Study Staging

By the age of 14, Michael Templeman was already smitten with mid-century modern furniture. He loved the sleek elegance. The sensuous biomorphic shapes. Eames, Nelson, Noguchi, and Saarinen were more than furniture makers to him. They were designers—turning post-war materials and technologies into furniture that stacked, flexed, and folded in ways never before possible. The… Read more »

 


 

Moving Across the Country with Kids? Follow These Steps to Alleviate the Stress

Moving is stressful on everyone, whether they’re children, middle-aged adults, or seniors. But uprooting a family is especially hard on children who heavily depend on familiarity. Leaving behind the neighborhood, friends, activities, and schools is upsetting and traumatic. You can make the process of moving less painful for your children by considering the timing of… Read more »

 


 

A $35,000 Difference: Strategies for Smart Sellers

My neighbor Leslie G. and her husband Doug decided to sell their house. Nestled at the end of a cul-de-sac in Murray, their coveted lot bordered a lush green common area that led to a creek. Nice. Leslie was also a master gardener and the home featured curved brick walkways, an outdoor fountain, and easy-to-care-for… Read more »

 


 

What’s driving up Utah home prices? The answer might surprise you.

It’s often a shameful topic, but 1 in 6 (53,000) Utah homeowners is still underwater from the crash of 2008. When you’re underwater on your home, you can’t sell it without bringing money to closing. Given that 50% of middle-class Americans don’t even have an extra $400 in their bank account, many homeowners feel stuck…. Read more »

 


 

6 Biggest Home Pricing Mistakes

You’re great, smart, and people just love you. A little praise has already taken you far in life, and now it’s time to apply it in pricing your home for sale. What’s wrong with a little self-confidence when attracting a buyer, anyway? Nothing. But watch out. Here are six things that overconfident home sellers do… Read more »

 


 

Insider Secrets to Pricing Your Home for Sale

Note: This post is part of our Home Sellers’ Journey series, where we walk you through every step of selling a home . For the first post on how to get started once you’ve decided to sell, please go to Steps to Take Now to Get Your Home Ready to Sell. Now that you’ve prepped… Read more »

 


 

Got A Home for Sale? DON’T Call it Cozy!

Note: This post is part of our Home Sellers’ Journey series, where we walk you through every step of selling a home during peak season. For the first post on how to get started once you’ve decided to sell, please go to Six Steps to Take Now to Get Your Home Ready to Sell.   It… Read more »

 


 

Tips for Staging Your Home

Note: This post is part of our Home Sellers’ Journey series, where we walk you through every step of selling a home during peak season. For the first post on how to get started once you’ve decided to sell, please go to Six Steps to Take Now to Get Your Home Ready to Sell. For those… Read more »