May 2, 2012
Saskatoon, SK (RPRN) 05/02/12 — With the Canadian spring housing market set to soar, increasing numbers of sellers are staging their homes to entice value-conscious buyers.
Proven to help homes sell faster and for more money, home staging is the smart seller’s secret weapon. Canadian staging expert Shannon Weber and co-author Joanne Sanche make do-it-yourself home staging a whole lot easier with their new book, Consider It Sold: Home Staging Strategies for a Quick and Profitable Sale.
“In my business, I see firsthand how simple, inexpensive changes can dramatically improve a home’s look and feel, making it seem more spacious, contemporary, and inviting,” explains Weber. “Staging turns an ordinary home into the extraordinary, making it irresistible to value-conscious buyers.”
Consider It Sold helps homeowners through the entire staging process, offering hundreds of easy, economical tips. It details:
Whether homeowners choose to do everything themselves or hire help, this book gives them the tools they need to stage, market, and sell their house successfully, at a fraction of the cost of hiring a staging professional.
“Many home sellers feel overwhelmed because so many factors affecting the sale are out of their control,” explains Sanche. “Staging their properties enables them to control a crucially important selling factor: the house’s presentation.”
Consider It Sold is available in PDF, eBook, and print format and can be purchased at infineorder.ca/staging-book and from Amazon.com.
For further information contact:
Shannon Weber, IFO Press
Box 149, Site 600, RR 6 Saskatoon, SK
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