Tips on Buying, Selling, Moving and More

  • Staging With What You've Got, LA Living Room Before

    The furniture in this Los Angeles living room is arranged with no focal point.    See the Image

  • Staging With What You've Got, LA Living Room After

    The client's furniture is now staged to create a conversation area and their existing accessories are placed tastefully (and sparsely) around the room. The painting brings your eye to the…   See the Image

  • Staging With What You've Got, Crowded Living Room Before

    Potential buyers might never look at the immaculate hardwood floors or the beautiful fireplace in this room because it is so cluttered and crammed with furniture.    See the Image

  • Staging With What You've Got, Crowded Living Room After

    Pinkser-Brown simply rearranged the client's furniture and removed several pieces, like the bistro set that was blocking the lovely beautiful window to the right.    See the Image

  • Staging With What You've Got, Entryway Before

    Imagine potential buyers trying to navigate this entryway. Will they even notice the stunning stained glass window?    See the Image

  • Staging With What You've Got, Entryway After

    By simply removing the clutter, this home's entryway is now ready to make a first impression on potential buyers.    See the Image

  • Staging With What You've Got, De-Personalize

    So that potential buyers could see the fireplace, the windows, French doors and white marble, the client removed all personal items as well as an unsightly sofa.    See the Image

  • Staging With What You've Got, Bedroom

    A coat of paint reveals this bedroom's stunning architectural attributes like wainscoting and the tongue and groove ceiling.     See the Image

  • L.A. Home Seller Tip: Find a Hook

    "The successful marketing plan begins with creating a visually arresting and emotional hook," says John Barrentine, CEO and Co-Founder of RED Real Estate Group at Keller Williams Larchmont. In this…   See the Image

  • L.A. Home Seller Tip: Professional Staging is a Plus

    "Professional staging is de rigueur," according to John Barrentine, CEO and Co-founder of Red Real Estate Group at Keller Williams/Larchmont. And if that's not an option for you, he says that "Clean…   See the Image