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Staging A Coup

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Katherine James of Set Sale and Go Home Staging is educating OPEN HOUSE REAL ESTATE Radio listeners on the benefits and fundamentals of home staging. In This episode Katherine will introduce the concept of when to stage your home as part of the decision to sell. Katherine will provide listeners with some rapid-fire solutions to quickly prepare any home for sale to be shown at a moments notice (which is sometimes all you have) Katherine James, of Set Sale and Go, has moved and set up her home 22 times in the last 21 years. Transforming spaces from 500 to 4000 square feet into fashionable homes on a limited budget helped her realize her talents in redesign. She knows what it takes to plan and execute a successful selling and moving house campaign. Using her own staging techniques, Katherine has sold three of her personal homes within a weekend. All sold for full list price or more, with multiple offers and astounded her Realtor. She also sold a rural property in less than a month for a significant profit, after some home staging and of course Katherine’s specialty; PAINT! Katherine was a guest speaker on both the Home Reno and Decor stages at the Designs for Living Home Show at the Hamilton Convention Centre in 2007 and 2008. Katherine has also had guest appearances on CTS’s Real Life with Sharon Caddy in the Around the House segment, sharing information and tips about home staging with the viewers. With a track record of success, you can trust Katherine to help you make your home the best it can be. Katherine's techniques and keen eye will help you sell faster and potentially for top dollar. Her tips and tricks constantly have people saying, "I never would have thought of that," and "I can't believe how great it looks." Not intented to solicit properties currently listed nor those under buyer representation. All information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.