You only have one chance

to make a good first impression.


Your house needs to highlight its assets and show off its unique features for the all too important pictures and open house, but where to start and how to do it? 

Let's do it together. I'll come to your home. We'll talk about your 'curb appeal'. We'll walk through your entire home, going room-by-room, and put together a plan that could include removal or relocation of excessive items, furniture placement, possible paint color changes and suggestions to borrow or purchase new accessories such as towels, pillows, linens, etc. if needed. I DO believe in 'shopping' your house before suggesting to purchase any items. I understand that one of the last things you want to do while selling your house is buy anything new for it. This is what makes me, as a Home Editor, different from a Stager. I will not suggest removing all your furnishings and renting items to make it look like a magazine cover. I'll use what you have, and together, we'll make it look the best that it can! 

Still need some incentive to contact me? Here's some more...

  • Only 10% of prospective buyers can visualize a home looking different then the way it looks when they first see it and 90% of buyers start their search online.
  • '81 percent said staging helps buyers visualize the property as a future home'-Realtor.org
  • 'Properties simply look better; spend 73 percent less time on the market; typically sell for more money; end up on buyers’ “must see” lists; are viewed as “well-maintained;” and have fewer concessions requested of the seller.'-dailynews.com

I'll spend approximately two hours with you where we'll develop the 'master plan'. I'll send you a written overview of everything we discussed, providing suggestions as to where to donate, how to remove items, and where to purchase items if needed. For this service, the cost is $125 (additional travel expenses may apply). If you would like me to help with the actual implementation of the plan in any capacity including hands-on work, shopping, etc., the hourly rate is $35/hr (additional travel expenses may apply). Covering towns North and West of Boston and Southern New Hampshire, other areas may be considered.